The Margot Coville Fund to support the Spot Program was created to honor Margot for her life-long generous support of children and families.
Margot spent a lifetime dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children and families and always did so quietly.
During the Holocaust, just a day before her 14th birthday, Margot led ten even younger children to safety across the border between France and Switzerland. After marrying, Margot spent twenty-two years as a full-time volunteer at Children’s Hospital in Detroit, three days a week, eight hours a day in the emergency room. In 1987, with her husband Warren, Margot created and volunteered with the I Have a Dream Foundation Detroit, an organization dedicated to helping children navigate their way through high school and into college. With Jewish Family Service Detroit, she and Warren created the Coville Apartments, which continues to help provide a comfortable family setting for seniors. Her lifelong dedication to helping children and families makes supporting the Spot Program a fitting tribute to Margot.