EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Halos For Angels and 127 Project have come together for the Home Run 5K on September 7, in Central Park of Morris County. 

Exactly one year to the day after undergoing a double mastectomy during her fight against breast cancer, Florham Park resident Karen Casolaro launched a nonprofit organization as her way of “giving back” to the community that saw her through to remission. Halos for Angels, Inc. (HFA), which began on January 7, 2010, is dedicated to providing support to families facing hardship or tragedy, just as Casolaro faced with her diagnosis only two years earlier.

Nine years later, HFA boasts over 100 volunteers or “angels,” as president and founder Casolaro calls them, who are on board with the mission, as well as over 100 recipients of the relief, comfort and support which it provides. 

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Inspired by the legacy of his father's excellence in craft an unmovable faith, Michael Vinci founded 127 Project. Vinci states, " the bible says "to take care of widows an orphans. This is the foundation of the mission of 127 Project." 

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