The COVID-19 outbreak has been a challenging time for Montclair’s social service groups and charities, from food pantries reporting large increases in the number of clients requesting food, to agencies that serve the homeless trying to figure out how to maintain social distancing.
Montclair charities are trying to meet a rising demand for their services amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but their directors say it has been a challenge at times.
By DEBORAH ANN TRIPOLDI email@example.com The “Houses of Worship” series spotlights local religious organizations. General information about the church is below. If you have religion news you think we should […]
By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org Single digit temperatures over Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, and into Monday and Tuesday, were of great concern to area agencies that serve Montclair’s homeless […]
The Montclair Police Department is partnering with Java Love at 49 Church St. and 244 Bellevue Ave. and Starbucks of Montclair, 572 Valley Road, to conduct a warm clothing drive. […]
By LINDA MOSS and ERIN ROLL email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Montclair Township has declared a state of emergency effective 4 p.m. Thursday due to the winter storm hitting the region. The municipality […]
Kids of Bnai Keshet ushered in the first night of Passover by hosting over 30 MESH guests with a multi-course Seder meal.
The day was perfect, and everyone had a great time jamming, eating, and partying to benefit Montclair Emergency Services for the Homeless (MESH).