Free Thanksgiving dinners for the homebound and infirm

Free Thanksgiving dinners for the homebound and infirm

Chabad of SE Morris County will once again be providing Thanksgiving dinners at no cost to those in Morris County who are alone or homebound during the holiday. Catered dinners will be delivered by volunteers on Thanksgiving morning, helping to share the holiday spirit with others.

“We are so proud of our volunteers and supporters who have helped us grow this project exponentially over the past years. There are many residents of our community who are all alone and unable to get out, and we hope to share our gratitude by enabling everyone to celebrate this holiday, said Rabbi Shalom Lubin, Chabad of SE Morris County’s executive director.

The Thanksgiving Dinners for the Homebound Initiative is a project of Chabad of SE Morris County; an outreach, educational and social service organization in Madison.

To request a dinner for someone in need, to volunteer to help deliver dinners, or to make a contribution towards the project, call (973) 377-0707 or email

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