10th annual bike ride to fight hunger
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10th annual bike ride to fight hunger

David Feuerstein and his father, Robert, at last year’s ride. David was 15 when he came up with the bike ride as a JFCS fundraiser. (Photos courtesy JFCS)
David Feuerstein and his father, Robert, at last year’s ride. David was 15 when he came up with the bike ride as a JFCS fundraiser. (Photos courtesy JFCS)

The Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey will hold its 10th annual JFCS Wheels-for-Meals Ride to Fight Hunger (there’s also the chance to bike, walk, and enjoy family fun), on Sunday, June 14. This year’s event, to be held rain or shine, has bike routes ranging from 3 to 50 miles, and there also is a 3-mile hike. The day— for the whole family — raises awareness to fight hunger in the community. It will begin and end at Temple Emanu-El in Closter, and there will be food and beverages. The annual JFCS Meals-for-Wheels Ride to Fight Hunger was founded by David Feuerstein in 2011, when he was 15.

Sponsorships are available. For more information, go to theridetofighthunger.rallybound.org.

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