Moriah School lends a hand to Englewood
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Moriah School lends a hand to Englewood

Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes helps unload a delivery of 50 meals. (courtesy Moriah)
Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes helps unload a delivery of 50 meals. (courtesy Moriah)

With the help of generous donations from Moriah School families, the school has employed its caterer, Five Star Caterers, to cook and prepare meals for people in need within the greater Englewood community at the Englewood Housing Authority. The initiative allows employees who work in the school’s kitchen, who otherwise would have lost their jobs when the school closed, to continue to work.

“At this difficult time, when so many people are suffering, it has been inspiring to see how our community wants to help each other in all types of substantive ways” Rabbi Daniel Alter, Moriah’s head of school, said. “This initiative is one of the many ways that our school community is looking to help and support those in need.”

The program’s goal is to deliver 50 meals a day for the next 100 days. Moriah is working to making this goal a reality; it’s already raised more than half of the $30,000 required.

To make a donation, email Erik
Kessler at ekessler@moriahschool.org.

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