LINDEN, NJ - Linden Public School students are caroling with a Cause, as they sing they will receive monetary donations that will help in giving gifts to students and families in the Linden Community who may have a need during this holiday season.  Linden Board Member, Anthony Wohlrab organized this event; and though his term comes to an end on December 31, he believes in his community and wanted to continue giving to those who may have a need in the community.  

Anthony Wohlrab shared that a "Giving Tree" is set up at each of the schools in Linden and on those trees are codes that allow only the staff to know which child or family is to receive the gift. There are also collection boxes at the following locations: Wells Fargo on St. Georges Avenue and Wood Avenue in Linden, Central Park in Roselle, and CEC Research in Cranford if you are interested in giving to the children and families in Linden.

Linden's High School Principal, Yelena Horre shared, "We have great children, who love to give back to their community and abroad."  " We have students, parents, and staff that are here to carol in our community."  The students, parents, staff, and Linden's Superintendent of Schools, Danny Robertozzi caroled at over 100 homes.