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Hillside Police Participate in ‘March for Meals Month’ with JFS of Central NJ

In commemoration of ‘March for Meals Month,’ Hillside Police Chief Louis Panarese, Lieutenant Michael Katsoudas and Police Officer Francisco Vega, joined forces with Jewish Family Service of Central New Jersey to deliver kosher meals to the homebound residents of Hillside, New Jersey. The event was spearheaded by Jewish Family Service (JFS) Vice President, Seth Dombeck, Esq., a longtime resident of Hillside who donated $500 to the JFSCNJ Kosher Meals on Wheels program. The month of March mobilizes hundreds of local Meals on Wheels programs across the country to reach out to their communities and build the support that will sustain them all year long. JFS Executive Director, Tom Beck, was on hand to accept the donation from JFS VP Seth Dombeck, Esq.

Jewish Family Service of Central NJ, a non-sectarian health and social service agency, has been delivering Kosher Meals on Wheels to the residents in around Union County, NJ for the past 16 years. The Agency serves over 100 meals a day, five days a week to the homebound frail elderly.

Contact JFS of Central NJ at 908-352-8375 for further information about our programs, or donate online at www.jfscentralnj.org.

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