COVID-19 How To Help the Frontline

Our Frontline Heroes - the doctors, nurses, cops, EMS and other frontline workers battling the coronavirus - need our support.  Here are a few ways Berkeley Heights residents are working together to support them. Please get involved today!

Community Mask Factory Volunteer Group

The Community Mask Factory Volunteer Group

A growing group of community volunteers, led by local business The Tailors Wife, are working together to support the needs of our burdened health care workers. Please volunteer to help sew, donate supplies or help fund this effort.  Details are available on the group Facebook page.






Donated Masks on Frontline

Masks For Local Frontline Workers

A growing group of community volunteers, led by local business Adams Fine Clothing with the New Providence Lions Club, are sewing and donating much needed masks to local frontline workers.  Additionally, they are sourcing and donating much needed electronics such as smartphones, tablets, and baby monitors.

Here are all the different ways to support this effort.


BH Neighbors Helping Neighbors

BH Neighbors Helping Neighbors

In an effort to help people in Berkeley Heights manage during COVID-19, local volunteers set up a call center; residents can get connected to services, be assigned a check-in buddy, get info about Township & County programs, get groceries/supplies & more.  Call (908) 312-2066 or email: BHHelpingNeighbors@gmail.com

#LightUpTheLights - BH Neighbors Helping Neighbors encourages everyone to put lights in your windows, or lights outside your home (Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali - any lights!), in a sign of solidarity with our community in the fight against COVID-19.