Norman H. Rosenfeld, beloved husband of Dulcie Rosenfeld, died after sunset on Thursday, November 13, 2014. Norman was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sibley's Shoes, founded by Norman's father, Harry, in 1920. In 1948 he married Dulcie Beth Krasnick, who survives him, after 65 years of wedded bliss. They raised four children on Steel Street north of Outer Drive and later in a home on Hamilton Road across from Palmer Park. In 1986, "Dulcie and Norm" became one of the original tenants at the Riverfront Apartments complex, where they constantly entertained family and served as hosts for numerous community causes, including Gleaners Community Food Bank. Read Obituary →
Now through November 24, The Celani Family Foundation will match every donation made to Gleaners and Capuchin Soup Kitchen - dollar-for-dollar - up to $100,000. Help Gleaners and Capuchin Soup Kitchen provide meals to hungry neighbors in Metro Detroit this holiday season! Make your gift today! →
Tune in to WJR 760-AM on Monday, November 24, 6am-9am. The Paul W. Smith Show will be broadcasting live from Gleaners.
Livingston County’s Own 93.5 WHMI is proud to team up with Gleaners to help feed Livingston County families during the holidays.
A $20 donation will feed a family of four in Livingston County for Thanksgiving. Of every dollar donated, Gleaners uses 94 cents for food and food programs.
This is Josh Allard’s second month at Gleaners. He says each day he falls for Gleaners all over again.
“I still can't stop smiling after two months. I love this place! I've competely fallen for it.”
Nora Hutter first heard about the Cooking Matters™ program at an American Culinary Federation (ACF) meeting and knew she had to get involved.
"It's extra special to be able to help with the field that I'm passionate about; to show how easy it is to cook, and that it really is not hard," says Nora.
Sherri Davis, founder and organizer of the Metro Detroit Widowed Meetup Group decided to add a charitable element to the group's ongoing dinner parties.
"We hoped to raise 500lbs [of food], but we had no idea how much we'd surpass that goal," said Sherri.
St. Joseph Family Support in Troy helps families move from crisis to stability. "Most people just need a little help for a little while and that's why we're here.
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