Arm in Arm is happy to be participating and partnering with other agencies in support of Princeton’s Sukkah Village 2021. Sukkah’s are known as traditional Judaic shelters that are used to give thanks during the week-long Jewish festival of Sukkot. 11 Sukkahs have been designed by high-profile architecture and design firms and NJIT competition winners and can be found on public sites around Downtown Princeton between September 19- September 29.
This 10-day event will aide in addressing key social issues impacting New Jersey and beyond including homelessness, food insecurity, sustainability, and refugee struggles. As part of their 10 day event, Arm in Arm will be participating in a virtual panel on Food Insecurity with United Way of Greater Mercer County, Jewish Family and Children Services, Send Hunger Packing Princeton, and Trenton Area Soup Kitchen on Zoom from 12-1:30 PM. Click here for Zoom link.
Click here to find a detailed schedule of events including other panel discussions, walking tours, and family-friendly arts & crafts.