Investors Foundation gives grant to Safely@Home
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Investors Foundation gives grant to Safely@Home

Neil B. Conlan, branch manager of Investors Bank in Nutley, left, with Stacey Orden, Safely@Home’s director. (Jewish Home Family)
Neil B. Conlan, branch manager of Investors Bank in Nutley, left, with Stacey Orden, Safely@Home’s director. (Jewish Home Family)

Safely@Home received a grant from Investors Foundation to assist needy elderly with home safety modifications. Safely@Home, the volunteer home modification and subscription home maintenance division of Jewish Home at Home, recently received a $500 grant from Investors Bank. The grant will help further Safely@Home’s mission of providing home safety and peace of mind to as many of Bergen County’s frail and elderly as possible.

Safely@Home is part of the Jewish Home Family’s Jewish Home at Home suite of services for county residents who are aging in place. The services include the Gallen Center, an adult medical day program that includes meals and transportation, care management, and a home care agency called @HomeCare. Investors Bank, headquartered in Short Hills, is a full-service community bank that has been serving customers since 1926.

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