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Annual Gala - Meet Our Honorees

Annual Dream Maker Award Honorees
We are excited to announce Brian Hermelin as this year’s Annual Dream Maker honoree, and teachers Clara Gaba, Malka Littman, Adina Levin, Ayala Perlstein, Rivka Schuchman, and Pam Smith as the Rabbi Jacob E. Segal z”l Award honorees, for their more than 25 years each of service to Hillel. Please save the date to honor all at the 60th Anniversary Gala on Sunday, May 6, 2018, at Hillel Day School.
 





 

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  • Annual Gala

    Save the Date! Hillel Day School's 60th Anniversary Annual Gala will be Sunday, May 6, 2018. At this event we honor our Dream Maker Award honoree Brian Hermelin, and our Rabbi Jacob Segal (z'l) Award honorees, teachers Clara Gaba, Adina Levin, Malka Littman, Ayala Perlstein, Rivka Schuchman, and Pam Smith, all of whom have devoted more than 25 years of service to Hillel, as well as acknowledge our Distinguished Alumni awardees. For more information, contact Marni Cherrin at 248-539-2920 mcherrin@hillelday.org.
  • Faces of Hillel

    Black and white photos of all students will be available for purchase at the Annual Gala and are for sale afterwards in the Advancement Office. For questions, please contact Ariella Shaffren at 248-539-1307 or ashaffren@hilllelday.org.
  • Israel Independence Day Carnival & Kosher Rib Burn-Off

    Each year Hillel sponsors a carnival to commemorate Israel Independence Day. This festive FUN-raising event will be held at the school on Thursday, April 19, 2018 and includes games, prizes, food, dancing and more. Parents, students, and faculty help organize and staff the event, which has become a favorite tradition at the school.  To volunteer for the committee or to work the day of the festival, please contact Amy Schlussel at 248-539-1484 or aschlussel@hillelday.org.
  • Leadership Circle Reception

    The Leadership Circle Reception thanking those donors who support the Annual Fund with a minimum gift of $1800 will be held in the fall of 2018. For more information, contact Amy Schlussel at 248-539-1484 or aschlussel@hillelday.org.
  • Shulman Journal

    Each year, Hillel prepares the Shulman Journal to pay tribute to our Dream Maker honoree and the Rabbi Jacob Segal (z'l) honoree. The Journal is distributed at the Annual Dream Maker Gala. For more information on the Shulman Journal, including soliciting placements, volunteering for the Journal committee or the cost of placements, please contact Tina Pinter at tpinter@hilllelday.org or 248-539-1483.
  • Tributes

    Tributes or donations to Hillel Day School's General Fund or any one of its many endowment funds are a wonderful way to recognize a simha, mark a milestone, or remember a loved one. Tribute cards can be sent from the Advancement Office with a minimum donation of $10 (for a cash or check transaction) or $18 (for a charge card transaction). Please stop by the Advancement Office or go online by selecting the "Give Online" option under Support Hillel. A card will be sent to your designee informing them of your contribution to Hillel Day School in honor or memory of a loved one. A special, limited edition, hand-calligraphy certificate will be sent for donations of $100 or more.

    For more information on tributes, please contact Sharon Gatewood by phone at 248-539-1483 or via email at sgatewood@hillelday.org.

    Tree of Life "Leaves" and "Rocks" can also be purchased in honor or memory of a loved one or an event. "Leaves" may be purchased for $250 and "Rocks" for $500. Both are lasting ways to recognize milestones. 

    For more information on the Tree of Life, please contact Marni Cherrin at mcherrin@hillelday.org.

    To make a donation to Hillel online, click here.
    You may also call Marni Cherrin in the Advancement Office at 248-539-2920.
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