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The Madison Area YMCA Awarded New Jersey Smart Workplaces Silver Level Certificate

TransOptions President John F Ciaffone; Madison Area Y Human Resources Director Kathleen Martini; Madison Area Y Comm. Engagement Manager Gwen Riddick and TransOptions Board Chairman Robert Altieri Credits: Madison Area YMCA

MADISON, NJ – Madison Area YMCA was presented on Sept. 28 with a New Jersey Smart Workplaces silver level certificate by the Transportation Management Association Council of New Jersey at the TransOptions annual recognition breakfast.

The award recognizes the “outstanding” achievements of organizations that offer programs to provide and promote commuting alternatives for employees as a way to improve air quality and reduce traffic.

A cause-driven, charitable organization, the Madison Area YMCA believes everyone—regardless of age, income or background—should have the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. For more information about financial assistance or to make a donation, please call 973-822-YMCA (9622) or visit

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