Last week, Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey thanked its volunteers, some of whom deliver Kosher Meals on Wheels or Shabbat meals to Holocaust survivors, with the gift of a JFCS fleece jacket. It’s embroidered with the word “Volunteer” along with the new JFCS logo.
In this photo, Kosher Meals on Wheels volunteer Lori Wasserman of Leonia tries on her fleece as Patrick Kidd, JFCS’ volunteer coordinator, gives one to Beth Chananie of Paramus. Ms. Chananie delivers Shabbat and KMOW meals weekly.
JFCS needs more volunteer drivers. Many of the seniors and Holocaust survivors who JFCS serves are isolated at home and cannot get food for themselves. JFCS provide them with seven frozen, nutritional meals every week, provided by a friendly volunteer.
For information on opportunities to volunteer, email Patrick Kidd at PatrickK@jfcsnnj.org or call 201-837-9090.