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Forgotten Harvest, Detroit's food rescue organization, celebrated its supporters recently and THE ROSENBERG GROUP was honored to be recognized. The 27th Annual Comedy Night highlights the hard word and success of Forgotten Harvest in feeding our communities hungry families. Headllining the evening was Jim Gaffigan, a four time Grammy nominated comedian, actor and best selling author. Gaffigan is known for his humor centering on fatherhood, he's a father of five children, and his observations on life and food.

Forgotten Harvest. formed in 1990, is based in Oak Park, Michigan, and works to fight hunger and waste. Last year, the organization rescued over 41 millions pounds of food by collecting surplus prepared and perishable food from 800 locations, including grocery stores, fruit and vegetable markets, restaurants, farmers and wholesale distributors.

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Making a difference both professionally and personally in our community is a core value to THE ROSENBERG GROUP. We're proud of our commitment to one particular organization, The Friendship Circle, in West Bloomfield, Michigan. This organization supports 3,000 individuals with special needs by providing recreational, social, education and vocational programming. That programming includes practicing skills in the "Lessons for Life" village. For the third consecutive year, our team helped students put those skills into action.  

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It's here we help kids with cognitive and physical challenges learn and practice everyday life skills such as following traffic signs while crossing the street. Students put their skills to action buying popcorn and heading to a mini movie while others travel to the salon to get their nails done. A visit to the village wouldn't be complete without a stop at the pet store to play with a snake or hold a reptile. It's all part of Baird's corporate, global initiative, Baird Gives Back. This year some 1,400 volunteers from more than 100 branches from England and Germany to California and Michigan volunteered at 128 non-profit organizations making our world a bit smaller and sweeter. 

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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.

Recently our team, three generations of the team, headed to the streets of West Bloomfield to help raise funds for The Friendship Circle. A sea of purple could be seen as the  WALK4 Friendship traveled 1.5 miles through the community raising money and awareness for this non profit organization that serves special needs children and adults. Some 4,000 walkers participated raising more than $550,000 in one day.

As corporate sponsors we presented The Exceptional Friendship Award to the Menuck Family whose team, "The bELIevers" took top fund raising honors. 

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