Quarterly Newsletter 
July 2017
Lois Zussman Kadima Golf Classic 
Thank you to all of the sponsors, golfers, guests and donors who helped to make this year's golf outing another successful event. The funds raised support all of the enrichment programming provided through the Lois and Milton Y. Zussman Activity Center.  View our sponsors and this year's photos. 

Kadima Receives Matching Grant
Kadima is one of only 22 organizations nationally that will receive matching funds from the Breaking Barriers matching grant initiative in honor of 2016 Genesis Prize laureate Itzhak Perlman.  The initiative promotes inclusion of people with disabilities in North American Jewish life.  The $50,000 grant will match a grant awarded to Kadima by The Ravitz Foundation earlier this year.  Learn more about the Matching Grant Initiative.

THANK YOU! With your help, Kadima won the Gardner White online voting contest and will be awarded a $1,000 gift card.  We will use this money to purchase items for our homes, or to help purchase items for our clients who live on their own.  We are so appreciative to everyone who voted for Kadima and most of all helped to share Kadima's mission to the community.  Learn more about Kadima!

Kadima Employee Highlight
Meet Tiffany Lee, House Manager
Tiffany is the manager of a 24 hour-care home.  When asked what she enjoys the most about her job, Tiffany smiles and says, "I have a passion for helping others.  I feel good about helping my clients to experience as normal a life as possible.  I enjoy doing the little things that make them happy."  Tiffany has always been passionate about working with individuals with mental illness and has done so for most of her career.  "I think Kadima is one of the best companies I've worked with in this field.  I really enjoy the people I work with and I can see the potential for great growth for me and for Kadima."   Learn more about Kadima's residential services.
Gardening Day Highlights
Thank you to all of the sponsors and volunteers who came out to participate in Kadima's Gardening Day event on June 4th!  We had over 50 volunteers come out to plant trees, plants and flowers at various Kadima homes, as well as at the Henrietta and Herbert Charfoos Kadima Center in Southfield.  Learn more about Gardening Day and other volunteer opportunities.

Kadima provides comprehensive residential, therapeutic and social services to all people with mental health needs as they move forward in their lives. Inspired by Jewish values, Kadima delivers these services while providing education and outreach to the broader community to ensure positive mental health outcomes for all.