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2010 Seeds of Hope

Our 2010 Seeds of Hope honorees bring energy, creativity to giving.

Posted August 16, 2010

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2009 Seeds of Hope (s)

When the going gets tough, New Jersey folks get going—volunteering in an impressive number of ways. Seven years ago, we created the Garden State Seeds of Hope Awards to honor the achievements of some of our state’s most dedicated volunteers. We do so with the help of a distinguished panel of judges, which this year consisted of Matthew W. Barnes of ASG Advisors, Newark; Louis Bezich of Camden County College, Blackwood; Mary G. Horn of Weichert Realtors, Morristown; and Ed Remsen of the American Heart Association, Robbinsville. The judges selected six winners from a pool of 42 exceptional nominees. We will honor the winners at a luncheon September 21 in Livingston at the Crystal Plaza, a co-sponsor of the awards along with PNC Wealth Management and Reno’s Appliance.

Click on the links below to read about our winners:

Leonard Bornstein, Maplewood
Arts Unbound

Janet and Peter Simon, New Vernon
Morristown Memorial Health Foundation; Women’s Health Philanthropy Council; William E. Simon Foundation; Hidden Pond Foundation.

Nancy Liverakos, Highland Park
Women Aware, Amandla Crossing

James Mock, Bayonne
Rebuilding Together Jersey City

Susan Rose, Cherry Hill
Lauren Rose Albert Foundation

Mary Kotzas, Toms River
The Resale Shop


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