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Posted by OneChange | August 16, 2010
The motto of Two Kids Foundation, a charity based in Whippany, New Jersey, is “Together we can cross the finish line,” and the foundation is racing to on behalf of a most worthy cause: children suffering from life-threatening illnesses.
Posted by OneChange | August 14, 2010
The Family Fun Day event on August 6 in Orange, New Jersey, brought township residents--including the mayor--to Central Playground for a perfect summer evening. The multicultural event featured something for everyone, including a basketball competition, a deejay spinning R&B music, and free blood pressure screenings and other simple medical tests.
Posted by OneChange | August 13, 2010
The Hightstown Blitz on August 7 in Hightstown, New Jersey, was nothing less than remarkable. A small but energetic group of volunteers fanned out through the borough to educate their friends and neighbors about the energy savings offered by compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs as well as the energy efficiency programs
Posted August 12, 2010 by OneChange
On behalf of the Hazlet Environmental Commission (HEC), I’m writing to thank the residents of Hazlet who participated in Project Porchlight on June 19, 2010.
Posted by OneChange | August 12, 2010
Eric J. Fuchs-Stengel lives in Mahwah, New Jersey, but he’s not spending much time at home this summer.
Eric, 18, is serving as a summer intern with the Rockland County AmeriCorps community service program
Posted by OneChange | August 11, 2010
The Morristown Neighborhood House (MNH) was founded in 1898 as a settlement house that helped Italian immigrants become acclimated to life in Morristown, New Jersey. More than a century later, MNH continues to provide invaluable services to immigrants in the Morristown area
Posted by OneChange | August 10, 2010
The annual African Diaspora Festival in Newark, New Jersey, helps affirm the legacy of the Diaspora by increasing the quality of relationships and dialogue between the communities. This year’s festival, held on August 8 at Lincoln Park, included people of African descent from Africa, the Americas, the Caribbean Islands, and beyond.
Posted by OneChange | August 9, 2010
Project Porchight’s Lawrence Blitz on August 3 in Lawrence, New Jersey, was a real community event.
A group of 20 volunteers—families with children as well as individuals—gathered at the Liberty Green Clubhouse for training before fanning out throughout the township