PHOTOS: Deloitte employees plant “Garden of Hope” at Chai Lifeline’s Art Spot

A group of Deloitte employees spent the day at Chai Lifeline New Jersey’s Art Spot location, packing arts and crafts supplies for children, planting a garden, and meeting with Chai Lifeline staff.

The initiative, coordinated by Chai Lifeline volunteers and Deloitte employees Tzippy and Tamar Newman, was part of Deloitte’s 20th Impact Day, an annual day of service to the community.

“Chai Lifeline is truly a community-based organization and we are inspired to watch members of our entire community come together in support of our children and families,” said Rabbi Sruli Fried, director of Chai Lifeline NJ/PA.


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