Globe Midwest Adjusters International recently lent its support to the Yeshiva Beth Yehudah (YBY) School System. Three members of Globe Midwest’s team – including VP and CAO Carl Gross, SVP of Business Development Stuart Dorf and Business Interruption Analyst Yossi Gottfried — attended the Yeshiva Beth Yehudah Annual Dinner which was held at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan, on Sunday, October 29.

Gross, Dorf and Gottfried joined other local industry leaders — including Lear Corporation President and CEO Matthew J. Simoncini, Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jim Hackett and US Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) – in support of the school system which has been providing quality Torah-based and secular educational programs to Michigan’s families for over 100 years.

Headquartered in Michigan, Globe Midwest has been actively involved with the Yeshiva Beth Yehudah School System for several years in both a volunteer and fundraising capacity.

“We were thrilled to attend this wonderful event on our company’s behalf and to be surrounded by our colleagues, family and friends in support of this worthwhile cause,” said Gross.

Globe Midwest is a public adjusting organization focused on the principles of maximizing and expediting its clients’ financial recovery from property insurance claims. Globe Midwest works exclusively for the property owner to ensure maximum results from first-party property insurance claims. Since opening in 1924, the firm has helped over 15,000 home and commercial policyholders in the aftermath of many of the nation’s worst natural and manmade disasters.