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Century Church Leads Effort To Inspire Hospitalized Children

Century Church, South Plainfield, welcomes individuals, companies , organizations and churches to make it a community effort to inspire hospitalized children this February.

Make good on your new year's resolution to get more involved in the community this year!  Century Church, South Plainfield, invites you to participate in the Love For Kids project, collecting wish list items for the children at Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital, New Brunswick.  The church's first outreach of the year comes as a result of a 7 year old member's desire to do something for children with health challenges.

Donations can be dropped off now through February 12, 2017 at the church Sundays 12-2:30 pm or other arrangements can be made.  Financial contributions can be made by clicking the green "Give Now" button on Century Church homepage or through the Givelify App. Select the amount, then choose "Love For Kids".  All donations are tax deductible and will be distributed to the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital.

Last year, Century Church had a successful Love Kits outreach for the homeless, providing over 220 kits with hygiene and warm clothes items to local shelters.  

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Let's make Love for Kids a joint community effort to give hope and inspiration to children who need it.

Contact: Pastor Joy Fields
Church: Century Church, 201 Hamilton Boulevard, South Plainfield (First Baptist Church of South Plainfield)
Tel: 908.912.6106
Givelify: Century Church, South Plainfield

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