Morris County Organ Transplant Group is sponsoring a “Dine for Dollars”

A percentage of sales to patrons presenting the event flyer go to the NJ Sharing Network Foundation

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One of the many menu items at Kafe Mozart

PARSIPPANY — The members of the Morris County Organ Transplant Group are sponsoring a “Dine for Dollars” to benefit New Jersey Sharing Network on Tuesday, November 15 at Kafe Mozart, 2900 Route 10 West, Parsippany.

A percentage of sales to patrons presenting the event flyer go to the NJ Sharing Network Foundation whose mission is to increase the number of lives saved through research, donor family support, education and public awareness about the life-saving benefits of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.

To get a copy of the flyer either e-mail by clicking here, call Nick at (973) 984-6966 or click here to download. You can also visit Kafe Mozart website under “Dine for Dollars” tab at kafemozart.com. A

Kafe Mozart is open from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.  

Kafe Mozart is located in Powder Mill Plaza West, 2900 Route 10 West.  To make a reservation call (973) 998-7788.

Members in the group have had heart, lung, liver, kidney and tissue transplants while others have donated organs to save lives.

Members live in the greater Morris County area, including Parsippany, Boonton, Denville, Lake Hopatcong, Morris Township, Morristown, Rockaway and Randolph.

NJ Sharing Network encourages all communities to learn more about the life-saving benefits of organ and tissue donation. Increased awareness can be very helpful when talking with family members, friends and co-workers about the benefits of organ donation. They encourage you to learn more about organ donation and get involved with NJ Sharing Network. To learn more, click here.

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