GREENWICH, Conn. – Middle and high school students from the JCC Greenwich Teen Action Committee helped raise more than $1,000 to benefit Supermarketing for Seniors. The program, one of the Jewish Family Services of Greenwich initiatives, provides homebound seniors with grocery shopping.
The teens raised the funds at A&P Greenwich during a National Grandparents’ Day event that raised more than $5,000 to benefit various programs.
The JCC Greenwich Teen Action Committee meets once a month during the school year, planning and organizing community service projects for teens. Next month, they plan to help feed the hungry at Masbia, a non-profit soup kitchen and food pantry in Brooklyn.
For more information about the group’s meetings and projects, email Leah@jccgreenwich.org or call (203) 552-1818.
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