Safely@Home, formerly Bonim Builders, needs volunteers, 12 and older, on Sunday, December 13, to help move contents of tool shed from the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey in Paramus to the Jewish Home at Rockleigh.
Safely@Home, a project of the Jewish Home at Home, a member of the Jewish Home Family, uses volunteers to perform various projects, including repairs and renovations for low-income homeowners, the elderly, the disabled, and the chronically ill.
The group will meet in the back of 50 Eisenhower Drive in Paramus at 10 a.m. The day’s work will include emptying the contents of the shed, packing loose items in boxes, and loading a maintenance van with tools and supplies. Then the group will be driven to 10 Link Drive in Rockleigh, where it will unload the contents of the van and organize tools and supplies into a garage.
Teenagers from 12 to 15 must be accompanied by a participating adult; there must be one adult for each child. Cold water and kosher snacks will be provided. Bring a cardboard box and dress for a mess, with closed-toed shoes and clothing you do not mind getting dirty.
To register, email Stacey Orden at SOrden@jewishhomefamily.org, or call (201) 518-1175.