Each month, New Jersey Monthly’s Giving Back page features photos taken at various charitable events across the Garden State. The following snapshots were featured in the April Hiking and Biking issue.
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1. Supporting Programs for Children and Adults with Autism
Eden Autism’s 29th annual Eden Dreams Gala raised $225,000 to benefit Eden’s programs for children and adults with autism. Enjoying the gala were, from left, Peter Bell, Eden’s president and CEO; Carl Ross, Eden adult-program participant; Melinda Gorny McAleer, Eden’s chief development officer; and Scott Kent, Wawa Foundation area manager.
2. Scholarships for Ocean County College Freshmen
Jon H. Larson, center, president of Ocean County College, happily accepts a $50,000 check from Christopher D. Maher, left, and John R. Garbarino of the OceanFirst Foundation of Toms River. The grant will fund $1,000 scholarships for 50 full-time freshmen from high schools in Ocean and Monmouth counties.
3. Recognizing an Outstanding Physician
Dr. Frank Vosos, left, was the recipient of the Physician Leadership Award at Monmouth Medical Center Foundation’s (MMCF) 44th annual Crystal Ball Gala. Celebrating with him, from left, were Tara Kelly of MMCF, Amy Mansue of RWJBarnabas Health, and Bill Arnold, president of Monmouth Medical Center.
4. Raising Funds for the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation
The Gym in Englewood and Montvale raised $10,000 in support of the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation. Marking the occasion were, from left, front row: Reggie Pettway, Lisa Bruchalski, Hayley Dinerman and Nurit Chasman; back row: Shantel Ellis, Mike Fasulo, Michael Feeks and Jeff Rivers.
5. Toys for Tots
New Jersey Applebee’s locations donated $113,000 to the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) to benefit its Toys for Tots program. From left, Christopher Lopa, Kevin Coughlin and John Antosiewicz, all of Applebee’s, present a check to Staff Sergeant Ramon Perez, USMC.
6. Eco-Friendly Water Bottle Filling Station Unveiling
Students from Warren Hills High School collaborated with ShopRite of Washington Township to raise money for an eco-friendly water-bottle filling station at the school. Attending the unveiling were, from left, Principal Christopher Kavak, Amanda Brown, Gery A. McKelvey, Kim Eilenberger, Carly Sopko of ShopRite, Jesse Oneil and Superintendent Earl Clymer.
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