The Notable NUPES of NRWP and our Kappa League once again took to the NYC streets along with the Rockland/Orange Chapter of Jack and Jill of America by participating in the Midnight Run in Manhattan.
Midnight Run coordinates over 1,000 relief missions per year, in which volunteers from churches, synagogues, schools, and other civic groups distribute food, clothing, blankets, and personal care items to the homeless on the streets of New York City. The late-night relief efforts create a forum for trust, sharing, understanding, and affection.
Members of the NRWP Kappa League donated toiletries and other self care products that were sorted then packaged in preparation for the evening's outing. Kappa League member, Jackson Merine, said “I appreciate participating with this initiative because so many individuals are in need, for whatever reason. We don’t want to take anything for granted.”
Brothers Andre Early, Salim Holder, Frantz Merine, Steve Robinson, and Robert Rowe, along with Kappa Leaguers Cameron and Christian Brewster, Kenneth Collins and Quentin Collins, Jackson Merine, and Robert Rowe, Jr. participated with the evening’s frigid activities. ...