Giving Back

April 28, 2020

METUCHEN, NJ – Saint Joseph High School’s Campus Ministry team is hosting a COVID-$19K fundraiser to raise money for the men and women on the front lines at JFK Medical Center.  The students of the Campus Ministry team have set a goal of $19,000 to be used by the JFK Foundation for Personal ...

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CLARK, NJ - In an effort to support Clark's First Responders, the Deutscher Club of Clark is planning a drive-thru donation collection point in the Club's parking lot at 787 Featherbed Lane, Clark, NJ, this Friday and Saturday, April 3 and 4, 2020. Items such as Lysol Spray, Lysol liquid, Hand ...

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CLARK, NJ – Preschoolers at Zion Lutheran have been busy this month collecting baby items for those in need. According to Head Teacher Maria Styler the students have been learning about compassion, giving to other children in need and the importance of helping those that are less fortunate.   ...

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GARWOOD, NJ – When most kids think about preparations for Halloween, they think costume, loot bags, candy and spooky fun.   When second-grader Ryan Benoit was getting ready for this year’s festivities he was thinking, saplings, soil, pots and climate.    Hence Benoit’s decision to give out baby ...

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CLARK, NJ - Not long before he died in August, long-time resident Joseph Sbarro was recognized for his 56 years as a member of the Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad.   During his time with the squad, Sbarro served as Captain, Chaplain and Trustee. Having been a medic in the US Navy, Sbarro’s decision ...

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CLARK, NJ - Each and every day, over 815 million people go hungry somewhere around the world. According to the United Nations, this means that 1 in 10 individuals suffer from chronic hunger. One small local church is working to reduce that number. For the fourth year in a row, Osceola Presbyterian ...

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CLARK, NJ – There is still time to team up with Duck Donuts in Clark this month to give the gift of support to a child undergoing cancer treatment.   Throughout the month of September  Duck Donuts has been collecting donations for Gabe’s Chemo Duck Program. As a thank you for contributing a ...

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CLARK, NJ - Giving the gift of comfort and support to children undergoing cancer treatment starts with a visit to Duck Donuts during the month of September.   Duck Donuts has teamed up with Gabe’s Chemo Duck Program this month to provide “huggable hope to children undergoing cancer treatment in our ...

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TRENTON, NJ - In May of 2019, the State of New Jersey held the Jefferson Awards Ceremony for Public Service at the Trenton War Memorial.  Clark resident, Ed Dubroski, was the proud recipient of the New Jersey State Governor’s Jefferson Award for Leadership and Innovation. He received this award for ...

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METUCHEN, NJ - Students from Saint Joseph High School hosted the 6th Annual Brothers of the Sacred Heart High School Mission Experience  recently. The tradition started in 2014, bringing students and teachers from various Brothers of the Sacred Heart Catholic Schools together each summer in service ...

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CLARK, NJ - Josephine Burkhardt daughter was diagnosed with a rare endocrine disorder called Cushings Disease. During her family’s journey, Burkhardt says they met many amazing people who suffer from the same disease. One of those people is Sarah Kennedy, who is about to undergo a surgery that ...

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METUCHEN, NJ - The 24th Annual Brother Bernardine, S.C. Golf Classic held on June 25, 2019 raised more that $70,000 for Need-Based Financial Assistance for Saint Joseph High School students whose families could not otherwise afford to send their son to Saint Joseph’s. The Class of 2019 won the ...

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CLARK, NJ - Kumpf Middle School student and cancer survivor Jillian Olear is raising money for her team "Jillian's Million Reasons " in Saturday's Valerie Fund Walk and 5K. In March 2018, Jillian was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma after going to the doctor for what she thought was something ...

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