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Families raising Jewish children can apply for free books and CDs

Monmouth and Greater Middlesex county-area families raising Jewish children will now have more opportunities to connect with each other by participating in Jewish life, thanks to a new program reimbursing them up to $100 to create and share their own Jewish-inspired experiences with neighbors, family and friends.

The Get Together program is designed to help build social connections among families and encourage them to engage in Jewish life, programming or learning.

The Get Together program is available to members of PJ Library and PJ Our Way, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF) programs that the Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey brings to this community. With the federation’s support, PJ Library and PJ Our Way send free Jewish books and music CDs each month to more than 3,000 children in Monmouth and Middlesex counties.

Applications for Get Together will be accepted through April 30. Applications and details are available at pjllibrary.org/GetTogether2018.

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