JFS celebrates its volunteers
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JFS celebrates its volunteers

From left, JFS volunteers Susan Adler and Marlene Karu, both of West Orange; JFS RSVP program manager Julie Cramer-Le; and JFS volunteer and award recipient Brittany Bynum and Gary Berger of Maplewood. (Photos courtesy JFS)
From left, JFS volunteers Susan Adler and Marlene Karu, both of West Orange; JFS RSVP program manager Julie Cramer-Le; and JFS volunteer and award recipient Brittany Bynum and Gary Berger of Maplewood. (Photos courtesy JFS)

In honor of Volunteer Appreciation Week, Jewish Family Service of MetroWest NJ’s Volunteer Services celebrated its volunteers. JFS staff greeted more than 60 volunteers on Sunday, May 2, at its offices in Florham Park, giving them boxed lunches, desserts, and thank you gifts. Volunteers could drive through and get a meal and a gift or park and chat with JFS staff.

JFS SHIP coordinator Brittany Bynum, , JFS volunteer Hemlata Shah of Belleville, and JFS Volunteers Services senior director Stephanie Grove

“After another year of mostly virtual or socially distanced volunteering, it was great to see everyone in person,” Stephanie Grove, JFS’ senior director of volunteer services, said. “Our volunteers do an amazing job of supporting our clients and people in need in the community. This event is one of many ways we can say thank you to them each year.”

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