MILLBURN, NJ — Over the past month in Millburn, as the COVID-19 pandemic has ramped up, members of the community have stepped up in a series of charitable endeavors.
Each step of the way, TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills has been there to cover it. Check out some of the ways Millburn residents have worked to shine a light into the darkness:
- The establishment of a new food pantry in town is meant to help with food insecurity in Millburn.
- Carisa Reilly and her daughters have worked to make face masks and scrub caps for healthcare workers and first responders.
- FLAG of Millburn/Short Hills has been working hard to provide for first responders, while also supporting the local business community. They recently sat down with TAPinto for an update on their work.
- Two students at Millburn High School created a digital cookbook to benefit the Community Foodbank of New Jersey.
- A pair of Millburn children worked to make snack bags for medical workers on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19.
- And Down the Block, a local charitable organization was recognized for its work in town.
If you have a story of local charity, and want to shine a light on someone's good deeds, email Managing Editor Matthew Kass at firstname.lastname@example.org.