July 27, 2014 at 10:43 PM
Alejandro loves the pizza at Imagine!
The pizza is one of our favorite things, too.
We serve about 4,500 slices of pizza a year at Imagine!
Did you know that at every night of support, Imagine
provides a full pizza dinner for all Imagine participants?
This means families don’t have to stress about putting a meal on the table and it gives families a chance to catch their breath and transition from their day into their support groups. The kids tell us they love the pizza because they get to see all~ of their Imagine friends in one place.
Pizza Pals: Slices of Support is our brand new monthly giving club designed to allow friends of Imagine to provide dinner for Imagine participants through a recurring donation of their choice in $10 increments. For example, $10 provides (1) pizza for a night of support each month and $100 provides a complete pizza dinner for 60 participants. 173 children and adults from 41 NJ towns currently participate every two weeks at Imagine.
To become a Pizza Pal, visit: IMAGINE DONATE and select or write in your level and remember to check “make my gift recurring on a monthly basis.” Each Pizza Pal will receive a membership card and note created by an Imagine participant. Your membership is 100% tax-deductible and will be billed automatically each month.
NOTE: You can also donate a pizza pie every time you place a take out order at Ferraro's. Just click Imagine Donation from the Take Out Menu.
Mary Robinson, is the Founder and Executive Director of Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss in Westfield, NJ and the Founder and former Executive Director of Good Grief located in Morristown, NJ. Working and volunteering in the field of grief support since 1997, Ms. Robinson’s commitment is to ensure grieving children’s resiliency, emotional health and well-being. Mary has a BA in English and an MA in Applied Psychoanalysis, and holds a Certificate in Thanatology and is a certified Disaster Response Crisis Counselor. She is a member of the Association of Death Education and Counseling and the National Alliance for Grieving Children
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