Filling backpacks for needy children

Volunteers work at the Schechter School of Long

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Volunteers work at the Schechter School of Long Island to fill more than 3,600 backpacks with school supplies for children from needy families across Long Island, through UJA-Federation?s Supplies for Success program. Videojournalist: Brittany Wait (Aug. 15, 2012)

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