JFNNJ Purim bags are ready for delivery
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JFNNJ Purim bags are ready for delivery

Two M&T Bank volunteers (the company is a March Mega Food Drive sponsor), back left; stand with JFNNJ volunteer Jodi Bienenfeld of Tenafly; Shara Nadler, the manager of JFNNJ’s volunteer center; and JFNNJ volunteers Geri Cantor of Woodcliff Lake and Pam Berg of Closter. (Photos courtesy JFNNJ)
Two M&T Bank volunteers (the company is a March Mega Food Drive sponsor), back left; stand with JFNNJ volunteer Jodi Bienenfeld of Tenafly; Shara Nadler, the manager of JFNNJ’s volunteer center; and JFNNJ volunteers Geri Cantor of Woodcliff Lake and Pam Berg of Closter. (Photos courtesy JFNNJ)
Ron Rosenzweig of Wyckoff gathers bags to put in the JFCS NNJ van.

The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey and three ShopRite stores, in Englewood, Paramus, and Rochelle Park, collaborated to pack and deliver 750 mishloach manot baskets for seniors at Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey, Daughters of Miriam in Clifton, and Harmony Village at CareOne Paramus. Each basket contained 12 items that were donated by different suppliers including Kayco, Rema, David’s, and the three Shop Rites. When organizations and companies collaborate, those less fortunate benefit.

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