“Unity” is not just a buzzword or catchphrase.

It’s something entirely attainable—even in volatile and confusing times. 


By seeking out the good—and expressing gratitude.

The most effective way to build connection is to actively acknowledge the good  in our lives and in the people we encounter each day.

Colleagues, employees, neighbors, family members, community helpers — even the cashier at the supermarket.

And if their politics, personalities, or beliefs clash with ours?

All the more reason to focus on the good they’ve done for us, or the positive qualities we can emulate.

This is why we’ve created the Book of Thanks—a complimentary gift for anyone inspired to create a better, more unified world.

Take four minutes out of each day to write down one moment of gratitude—a person or event for which you feel grateful. 

We are confident you’ll feel a powerful change in your relationships and peace of mind.

Order the free book today, and join us in choosing unity.

By choosing to see good even during tumultuous times, we rise above discord and division.

We create richer lives—and a richer world. 

A Small Piece of Heaven

performed by
the Yeshiva Beth Yehudah Boys Choir

Face the Unknown

performed by
Shulem Lemmer

Commemorative Journal

2019 Annual Dinner

2018 Annual Dinner

2017 Annual Dinner

Outstanding Leadership Awardee

Steve Steinour

Chairman, President and CEO, Huntington Bank

Dinner Chairpersons
Jim & Nancy Grosfeld

About Jim & Nancy

Honorary Chairperson

Jerry Norcia

President and CEO, DTE Energy

General Chairperson

Mark Davidoff

President and CEO, The Fisher Group

Partners in Unity

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future of Jewish Detroit


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