By Madison Eagle
Chabad of Southeast Morris County, based in Madison, NJ, will provide Thanksgiving dinners free of charge to individuals throughout Morris County who are alone or homebound during the holiday.
Volunteers are needed to assist in the delivery of the dinners on Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, Nov. 27, to help ensure everyone can participate in the holiday spirit.
“Due to the current economic slowdown, we are doubling our efforts to reach every homebound individual during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday,” explained Rabbi Shalom Lubin of Chabad, who is coordinating the project.
“There are many residents of our county who are all alone and unable to get out, and this project will enable them to celebrate with a full-course dinner, delivered to their door,” Lubin noted.
To volunteer for the Thanksgiving Dinners for the Homebound Project, or to make a contribution, contact Chabad of Southeast Morris County at (973) 377-0707 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chabad, located at 42 Park Ave. in Madison, is a Jewish outreach, educational and social service organization serving Madison, Florham Park, the Chathams and East Hanover.