Being Financial Advisors is about improving the quality of people's lives. This is a passion that extends beyond what we do for our clients every day. The Rosenberg Group is committed to improving the quality of life for others in the community.
We strive to make a meaningful difference by volunteering our time, talent and resources to local charitable and public service organizations that are important to us and our clients.
The Rosenberg Group is a proud sponsor of The Jewish Community Center of Metro Detroit's Annual Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival.
The Rosenberg Group is proud to sponsor ALS of Michigan's Lou Gehrig Day at Comerica Park.
The Rosenberg Group is a proud sponsor of the Walk4Friendship and continues to grow their relationship with The Friendship Circle by Volunteering their time and treasure throughout the year. The Friendship Circle is devoted to creating friendship in the lives of individuals with special needs and those facing isolation, while providing an opportunity to become a contributing member of the community.2017 Walk4Friendship
It was an honor to present The Friendship Circle's first ever Exceptional Friendship Award at this year's Walk4Friendship. Over 4,000 people attended and more than $550,000 was raised! Congrats to the Pearlman Family for being the top fundraiser!Football and Friendship Corporate Luncheon
Pictured: Jordan Rosenberg , Bob Quinn, and Sheldon Rosenberg
Bob Quinn, General Manager for the Detroit Lions speaks to corporate sponsors of the Friendship Circle about leadership and responsibility.
Baird Gives Back Week Volunteering
It was an honor volunteering at The Friendship Circle. The children are charming, intelligent, and funny, and the smiles and laughs shared are priceless. This is truly an inspirational cause that touches our hearts.
Baird Gives Back Week is an annual event that provides associates, relatives and friends with opportunities to give back to the communities we call home. The Birmingham, Michigan branch volunteered in support of two organizations. The team worked with The Bottomless Toy Chest to gather and wrap toys, games and art projects for children with cancer in hospitals across Michigan, Ohio and Georgia. The Birmingham branch also volunteered with Forgotten Harvest, a nonprofit devoted to relieving hunger in metro-Detroit, by sorting and packaging food and supplies. Read the full article here