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Hackensack-based Diabetes Foundation to Hold Volunteer Training Class for New ‘Resource Coach’ Program this Friday; Supports Diabetics with Resources Year-Round

September 12, 2018

HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The Hackensack-based Diabetes Foundation, which does great work year-round to help individuals dealing with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes obtain the financial and educational assistance needed to manage their diagnoses, is launching a new program for dedicated volunteers who want to serve as Diabetes Resource Coaches. The new program will match diabetics with qualified ...

Third Year of Eli’s Challenge Sees Giants Quarterback Match $200,000 in Grassroots Fundraising to Support Tackle Kids Cancer

This week, Tackle Kids Cancer and New York Giants Quarterback Eli Manning proudly announced the kick-off of this year’s Eli’s Challenge. In its initial launch three years ago, Super Bowl MVP Manning generously matched grassroots donations to Tackle Kids Cancer, up to $100,000. Last year, Manning matched $150,000 in donations. This year, Manning announced he will match donations up to ...

Paramus Rotary to host annual Comedy Night

PARAMUS NJ - On Friday September 21st the Paramus Rotary will be hosting their annual Comedy Night at the Woman's Club of Paramus located at W65 Ridgewood Ave Paramus NJ. Doors are scheduled to open at 7:00 PM and tickets are $40.00. The night will include 3 headlining comedians, dessert, coffee & tea. This event is BYOB and will hosted by "Danny C" and features comedians Eric ...

September is an INCREDIBLE Time to Sign up for a Library Card

PARAMUS, NJ -- September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month and local libraries are reminding everyone that this month is an incredible time to get one. The American Library Association (ALA) wants library members to feel like superheroes so Disney Pixar's superhero family, the Incredibles, will team up with the ALA to promote the value of a library card. As honorary ...

Nick Sauter, former Passaic Valley High School Athletic Director, Is In Need of A Kidney Transplant

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Local resident Nick Sauter has been a pillar of the community for countless years and has touched the lives of so many as a former vice principal, athletic director, teacher, football and track coach at Passaic Valley High School.

As an active member of St. Agnes Episcopal Church in Little Falls, he's been a member of the vestry, and was involved with the church's ...

From Homeless to Community Advocate, Paul Nickels is Driven to Help People in Need

HACKENSACK, NJ -- Paul Nickels was down on his luck about eight years ago and found himself homeless in Bergen County.

Adding to an already tough situation, finding the assistance and resources he needed to get back on his feet wasn’t easy. Nickels collected as much information as he could and instead of just focusing on himself, decided the make good use of his research.

Now, nearly ...

The Forum School Announces New Behavior Specialist to Help Students with Autism

Waldwick, NJ –The Forum School has announced the recent addition of Kristen Goodman-McCloskey, BCBA as the school’s board certified behavior analyst.

As a BCBA, Krissy joins The Forum School staff with the gold standard in professional credentials in the field of autism. The board certified behavior analyst is a graduate-level certification in applied behavior analysis, and a ...

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