In response to the pandemic, Chabad of SE Morris County will increase its efforts to provide Thanksgiving dinners free to people who are alone, homebound, and infirm in Morris County. Masked volunteers will deliver catered dinners on Thanksgiving morning, helping to share the holiday spirit with others.
“This year more than ever, there are many more residents of our community who are all alone and unable to get out, and we are committed to ensuring that every single individual is provided for,” Rabbi Shalom Lubin, the executive director of Chabad of SE Morris County, said.
The Thanksgiving Dinners for the Homebound Initiative is a project of Chabad of SE Morris County; an outreach, educational, and social service organization at 42 Park Ave. in Madison. To request a dinner for someone in need, to volunteer to deliver dinners, or to make a contribution toward the dinners, call Chabad of SE Morris County at (973) 377-0707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.