New Jersey Jewish News is always here for you.
We need your support now.
Your contribution will help us bring you vital news
and frequent updates about the impact of COVID-19.
Meals-on-wheels for disabled in Union County

Meals-on-wheels for disabled in Union County

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE of Central NJ, a nonsectarian health and social service agency based in Elizabeth, has received a grant from the Union County Division on Planning to provide a meals-on-wheels home delivery service for disabled individuals who are under age 59.

To qualify, clients must be residents of Union County with an annual income not exceeding $42,000 and disabled due to an acute injury or a chronic medical or emotional illness.

The meals, which are kosher, are delivered five days a week. Participants do not need to observe kashrut.

Contact Chris Kaiser at or 908-352-8375 for information.

read more: