The Do It For Detroit (DIFD) Fund is the official beneficiary of Do It For Detroit 2012.
Today’s young adults are leading Detroit’s resurgence. The DI4D Fund aims to empower our next gen population and Detroit ex-pats nation-wide to find relevant and meaningful ways to transform our city.
Partnered with Repair the World -- an organization building a movement to make service a defining element of American Jewish life, learning and leadership -- the Do It For Detroit Fund 2012 provides microgrants, ranging from $500 to $3,000, for ideas and initiatives designed to create positive social change in Detroit. www.werepair.org
Additionally, funds will be given back to CommunityNEXT, a division of NEXTGen Detroit, powered by the Jewish Federation, to ensure the ability to partner and fund community service opportunities throughout the 2013-2014 programming year.
More information about the Do It Detroit Fund can be found at www.DoItForDetroit.com.
Founded in 2008, Repair the World is the authority on and advocate for volunteering and service in and by the American Jewish community. Headquartered in New York City, we connect individuals with meaningful service opportunities to help their local, national and global communities, and enable individuals and organizations to run effective programs rooted in Jewish values. www.werepair.org