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BergenShulsTogether.com Provides Resources During COVID-19 Crisis

(Courtesy of BergenShulsTogether) COVID-19 has hit Bergen County especially hard. The Jewish community has been hugely impacted medically, financially and socially. Members of our community have have had so many questions since the beginning of this pandemic:

Where can I get tested for COVID?

How do I keep my kids entertained?

How do I stay calm?

How do I keep strong for my family’s sake?

I’m feeling scared: Whom can I talk to?

I am quarantined: How will I get groceries and medicine?

Is there a food pantry I can donate to?

Where can I get free food for my family?

Where can I donate money or supplies?

I lost my job: How do I apply for unemployment benefits?

Where can I find a list of Torah webinars to listen to while I am home?

Which stores are open and what are their hours?

I’m feeling anxious about finances: What are my options?

The keilim mikvah is closed: What do I do about the new utensils I just bought?

I live alone: How do I connect with others safely?

The community’s needs are constantly evolving. BergenShulsTogether.com was created to be the central hub of COVID-19 resources for the Bergen Jewish community. Developed by Shulamis Hes and Libi Michelson, and supported by Elie Y. Katz and Chopstixusa.com, the website provides information to help navigate this pandemic as well as information and resources unique to our community. As needs and circumstances change, the information will be continually updated.

Visit the site daily. Sign up for email updates. Forward the link to others. Post on social media. Help keep the site accurate and current by suggesting additional resources and providing updated information. Together we will survive COVID-19! For more information, go to https://www.bergenshulstogether.com/

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