Chabad of SE Morris County will once again provided Thanksgiving dinners free of charge to individuals throughout Morris County who were alone or homebound during the holiday. The catered dinners were delivered by 25 teams of volunteers to the homes of those in need on Thanksgiving morning, thereby ensuring that everyone was able to participate in the holiday spirit.
“In the past few years during the economic slowdown, we have continued to increase our efforts to reach homebound individuals during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. There are many residents of our county who are all alone and unable to get out, and this project enabled them to celebrate with a full course dinner delivered to their door, said Rabbi Shalom Lubin, who coordinated this project.
The Thanksgiving Dinners for the Homebound project is run by Chabad of SE Morris County and received a grant from the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey.