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Murphy Pushes Vote-by-mail Election as President Declines To Help Postal Service

August 15, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – The Nov. 3 general election will be held overwhelmingly via a vote-by-mail model as per an executive order forthcoming from Gov. Phil Murphy, who says this is the safest way to ensure the voting process during the COVID-19 pandemic.

All registered New Jersey voters will receive prepaid return postage vote-by-mail ballots during the first week of October. The ballots may be ...

Thousands of New Jerseyans Refusing to Cooperate with Contact Tracers

TRENTON, NJ – About 1 in 5 New Jersey residents don’t take the call when contacted by one of the state’s COVID-19 contact tracers.

And about half of those who do answer refuse to cooperate.

That was the disturbing news delivered by an obviously chafed Gov. Phil Murphy at his COVID-19 briefing Friday.

Murphy and State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli have continually ...

Annual 9/11 Tribute In Light Canceled, Citing COVID Concerns

NEW YORK, NY - "Tribute in Light", the powerful perennial memorial to those lost in the attacks of September 11, 2001, will not take place this year due to apparent concerns for health amid the COVID-19 crisis.

First presented six months after the attacks, the glowing towers of light have become iconic symbols and solemn reminders—not only of the unspeakable tragedy of that day ...

West Paterson Fire Department Begins Annual Fundraising Campaign

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - This week, residents received a donation letter from the West Paterson Volunteer Fire Department.

COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the operations of the WPFD. Their ongoing fundraising efforts, which support the operation of the three firehouses in town, has essentially been eliminated.

Typically, members would be out collecting door to door but due to COVID, that ...

Woodland Park Library Reopens With Limited Public Access

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Alfred Baumann Public Library is building is open with limited access. The Library is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

The building is closed Monday through Friday between 2 and 3 p.m. for extra sanitization. Additionally, the Department of Public ...

Thousands of New Jerseyans Refusing to Cooperate with Contact Tracers

August 15, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – About 1 in 5 New Jersey residents don’t take the call when contacted by one of the state’s COVID-19 contact tracers.

And about half of those who do answer refuse to cooperate.

That was the disturbing news delivered by an obviously chafed Gov. Phil Murphy at his COVID-19 briefing Friday.

Murphy and State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli have continually ...

$1.1 million Grant Will Support Rutgers-Newark Students in Addiction Recovery

NEWARK, NJ — Returning Rutgers-Newark students in recovery for drug and alcohol addiction can spend less time worrying about bills and more time focusing on their sobriety thanks to a grant from the New Jersey Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the university announced Wednesday. 

The $1.1 million recovery housing grant will offset the costs of housing, books, ...

New COVID-19 Front Line? Educators, Health Experts Say It Will Be Schools

New Jersey lacks adequate guidance for reopening schools in the fall, say those charged with making it happen 

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While families, policy experts and public officials nationwide wrestle ...

Murphy Pushes Vote-by-mail Election as President Declines To Help Postal Service

August 15, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – The Nov. 3 general election will be held overwhelmingly via a vote-by-mail model as per an executive order forthcoming from Gov. Phil Murphy, who says this is the safest way to ensure the voting process during the COVID-19 pandemic.

All registered New Jersey voters will receive prepaid return postage vote-by-mail ballots during the first week of October. The ballots may be ...

Thousands of New Jerseyans Refusing to Cooperate with Contact Tracers

TRENTON, NJ – About 1 in 5 New Jersey residents don’t take the call when contacted by one of the state’s COVID-19 contact tracers.

And about half of those who do answer refuse to cooperate.

That was the disturbing news delivered by an obviously chafed Gov. Phil Murphy at his COVID-19 briefing Friday.

Murphy and State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli have continually ...

NJ Assemblyman Calls for Direct Funding to New Jersey Families for Child Care and Tutoring 

TRENTON - When the COVID-19 pandemic rocked New Jersey in mid-March and sent home 1.4 million school children for the rest of the 2019-20 school year, parents were scrambling to provide at-home child care and academic instruction as the economy collapsed.

With Wednesday’s announcement from Gov. Phil Murphy allowing school districts unable to provide a safe learning environment to ...

NJ Assemblyman Calls for Direct Funding to New Jersey Families for Child Care and Tutoring 

August 13, 2020

TRENTON - When the COVID-19 pandemic rocked New Jersey in mid-March and sent home 1.4 million school children for the rest of the 2019-20 school year, parents were scrambling to provide at-home child care and academic instruction as the economy collapsed.

With Wednesday’s announcement from Gov. Phil Murphy allowing school districts unable to provide a safe learning environment to ...

Murphy: New Jersey Schools Can Reopen for In-Person Learning in the Fall

Schools must certify to the DOE that they are able to meet health and safety standards

"We know the first day of school is not going to be like any other." -- Gov. Phil Murphy

TRENTON -- At his COVID press briefing today, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that he would sign an Executive Order officially clearing both our public and nonpublic pre-K through 12 schools and our ...

Teachers, Principals, and Administrators Call for Statewide Remote Learning to Start the School Year

TRENTON, NJ -- The leaders of the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA), the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association (NJPSA), and the New Jersey Association of School Administrators are calling on Gov. Murphy and the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) to direct all public schools to open remotely this fall.

This united front now puts pressure on the governor ...

Annual 9/11 Tribute In Light Canceled, Citing COVID Concerns

August 15, 2020

NEW YORK, NY - "Tribute in Light", the powerful perennial memorial to those lost in the attacks of September 11, 2001, will not take place this year due to apparent concerns for health amid the COVID-19 crisis.

First presented six months after the attacks, the glowing towers of light have become iconic symbols and solemn reminders—not only of the unspeakable tragedy of that day ...

NJ Artist's Design Entry Selected for Rockefeller Center Flag Project

RED BANK, NJ: One of the most difficult careers is that of being an artist.   

Artists must constantly design and promote their own material, which can become quite strenuous because of all the competition they face.

Being a successful artist has nothing to do with luck, they have to be prepared for opportunities when they come their way.

Red Bank artist Jordan Grace Robinson ...

As People Look to Fill Their Time During COVID, Audiobooks Boom, Says Author

FANWOOD, NJ -- When was the last time someone read you a story?

If it hasn't been since kindergarten, it might be time to rediscover this simple pleasure being enjoyed by people around the world in growing numbers. Having someone read to you is totally acceptable for adults... and its happening more and more frequently. 

"Audiobooks require only that you listen ...

West Paterson Fire Department Begins Annual Fundraising Campaign

August 14, 2020

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - This week, residents received a donation letter from the West Paterson Volunteer Fire Department.

COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the operations of the WPFD. Their ongoing fundraising efforts, which support the operation of the three firehouses in town, has essentially been eliminated.

Typically, members would be out collecting door to door but due to COVID, that ...

Hackensack Detectives I.D., Arrest Woman Who Assaulted a Liver Transplant Patient Inside Staples

HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Nearly one week after city police sought the public’s help in identifying a woman who viciously shoved a 54-year-old woman inside a Staples who previously underwent liver transplant surgery and asked the assailant to wear her facial mask properly, police have made an arrest.

On Tuesday, City Detectives arrested Terri Thomas, a 25-year-old Hackensack resident, and ...

Rutgers Football Season Canceled; Big Ten Doesn't Rule Out Spring Seasons

August 12, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Rutgers football team was thrown for a sack Tuesday when the Big Ten Conference announced the postponement of the 2020-21 fall sports season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The conference did not rule out the possibility of moving fall sports to the spring, and said that decisions regarding winter and spring sports will also continue to be evaluated. 

Big ...

Reports: Rutgers Football Team Sidelined After Big Ten Votes to Cancel Season

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The return of Coach Greg Schiano to the sidelines will have to wait after the Big Ten voted Sunday to cancel the fall sports season.

The schools voted 12-2 to call off the fall sports season in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to several published reports.

A spokesman in the Rutgers athletics department said he was aware of the reports, but said ...

Rutgers Fall Football Schedule Released Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – We now know that the Rutgers football team is scheduled to begin its season on Sept. 5, by hosting Nebraska. Whether the Scarlet Knights are able to play that game might be another question.

According to the schedule released by the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday morning, Rutgers will then play at Ohio State and Maryland and then host Michigan and Penn State before ...

Annual 9/11 Tribute In Light Canceled, Citing COVID Concerns

August 15, 2020

NEW YORK, NY - "Tribute in Light", the powerful perennial memorial to those lost in the attacks of September 11, 2001, will not take place this year due to apparent concerns for health amid the COVID-19 crisis.

First presented six months after the attacks, the glowing towers of light have become iconic symbols and solemn reminders—not only of the unspeakable tragedy of that day ...

Murphy: 33 States and Territories Remain on Quarantine List

TRENTON, NJ -- New Jersey has updated its list of 33 states and territories -- near and far -- from which people should self-quarantine for 14 days after visiting. The states include populous states such as Texas, Florida and California, as well as remote locations including Montana, Idaho,and Puerto Rico. Nearby New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Delaware and Pennsylvania ...

Jetty helps Chowderfest launch Online Shop for Official 2020 Merchandise

LITTLE EGG HARBOR, NJ - The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce has partnered with local business Jetty Inc, to provide tasters and enthusiasts an opportunity to pre order Official Chowderwear Aug 4 through September 15. For the first time in the 32 year history, Chowderfest Merchandise will be available entirely online with a limited time E Commerce site powered by Jetty Inc. There is ...

A Closer Look at Matt Nichter, Livingston’s Fox-Fighting Hero

August 10, 2020

LIVINGSTON, NJ — A 20-year-old Livingston resident is becoming a recognized face throughout the tri-state area after he saved 8-year-old Dylan Dratch from an attacking fox that could have caused much worse damage had he not interfered.

While walking with a friend near a shed on Springbrook Road on July 29, Dratch was met with a fox that refused to detach from her shins and ...

Eisai Pharmaceuticals to Occupy Iconic Tower at On3, Prism's Next-Generation Life-Science and Lifestyle Campus in Nutley

August 11, 2020

NUTLEY, NJ - Eisai, an oncology and neurology-focused pharmaceutical company, is the latest firm to call Prism's On3 campus home. The Japanese firm will occupy the iconic 15-story International style tower that anchors the life-science campus straddling the border of the Township of Nutley and City of Clifton.

Presently based in Woodcliff Lake NJ, the company ...

COVID-19 Pop-Up Shop Opens in Short Hills Mall, Selling Pandemic Supplies

SHORT HILLS, NJ — In the lower level of the Short Hills Mall, a new pop up store is selling masks, hand sanitizer and other essential sanitary gear in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

But as store owner Eric Markowitz said, he hopes that his store will not have to be around for much longer, as his closure would mean that the pandemic is finally under control. In the meantime, ...

A $50M Fix for NJ’s Overworked Unemployment System Underway

Lawmakers clear bill that would use federal coronavirus relief funding to improve outdated technology

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

A $50 million share of New Jersey’s federal coronavirus-relief funding would ...

Woodland Park Farmer's Market A Great Success

August 14, 2020

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Borough of Woodland Park has been running a weekly Farmers Market that will be running every Saturday until Oct. 24. The market is held in the parking lot at 1225 McBride Ave. and runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Attendance has been growing each week due to quality of products and advertising, organizers say. Many vendors have been selling out of products ...

Wegmans Recalls Select Oranges, Lemons and Other In-Store Items Due to Possible Health Risk

Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. is recalling its four-pound bag of Valencia Oranges, two-pound bag of lemons, bulk lemons, and a variety of in-store produced seafood and restaurant foods items, announced the company in a press release.

The items are being recalled because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and ...

Munchie Monday; Try Making Macculloch Hall's Lemon Cake

Louisa Macculloch (1785-1863) resided in Morristown from 1810 until her death in 1863. She was active in her church and led several charities in the Morristown community. While we have very few letters written by her, her cookbook does provide a glimpse into her home on Macculloch Avenue. This week we share one of her several cake recipes, a lemon cake recipe, to enjoy with your family!

A ...

PSE&G Work Continues on Taylor Lane and Casson Lane in Woodland Park

August 10, 2020

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - PSE&G has announced that over the next two weeks work crews will be replacing gas services on Rifle Camp Road, Casson Lane, and Taylor Lane.

This work, which requires limited digging up of roads because of its proximity to homeowners’ property lines, is part of the utility’s town-wide project to make gas delivery to local homes and businesses safer, cleaner ...

Support Native Bees and Enjoy the Many Benefits

Pollinators are responsible for about 75% of the food we eat. The European honeybee is the most well known but our native bees are also critically important.

We can help our native bees and gardens by reducing or eliminating the use of pesticides and providing shelter as well as food and water.

About 70% of our native bees are ground nesting. Reduce the risk of conflicts with ...

It's The Great Pumpkin, Milltown

MILLTOWN, NJ - Linus, Snoopy and Sally don't have any farther than Milltown to look for the sincerest pumpkin patch in the Garden State. A growing pumpkin patch on the front lawn of Heath and Cassie Doherty's Crestwood Drive home is fast becoming the neighborhood hot spot. The Milltown couple has lived in the borough for a little over a year with their dog Fiona. Last Halloween, squirrels ...

House of Horrors: Over 60 small dogs rescued from nightmare conditions in NJ. You can help!

July 23, 2020

MIDDLETOWN, NJ: It was a described as a nightmare in the Belford section of Middletown last week as over 60 small dogs were rescued from absolutely horrific conditions. The rescue occurred after a call was received on the Monmouth County SPCA cruelty hotline, according to a representative: "The call came in from a person who turned out to be a family member of the ...

Murphy Pushes Vote-by-mail Election as President Declines To Help Postal Service

August 15, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – The Nov. 3 general election will be held overwhelmingly via a vote-by-mail model as per an executive order forthcoming from Gov. Phil Murphy, who says this is the safest way to ensure the voting process during the COVID-19 pandemic.

All registered New Jersey voters will receive prepaid return postage vote-by-mail ballots during the first week of October. The ballots may be ...

DEVCO To Be Designated Developer of Cancer Hospital, School in New Brunswick

August 12, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The New Brunswick Development Corporation is in line to be designated as the developer for the state's first free-standing cancer hospital.

DEVCO, a private nonprofit urban real estate development company, is also slated to be named the developer for a new school and a parking deck that will also be part of the project at the Middlesex County Improvement Authority's ...

Eisai Pharmaceuticals to Occupy Iconic Tower at On3, Prism's Next-Generation Life-Science and Lifestyle Campus in Nutley

NUTLEY, NJ - Eisai, an oncology and neurology-focused pharmaceutical company, is the latest firm to call Prism's On3 campus home. The Japanese firm will occupy the iconic 15-story International style tower that anchors the life-science campus straddling the border of the Township of Nutley and City of Clifton.

Presently based in Woodcliff Lake NJ, the company ...

Landlords Fear Coronavirus Relief for Renters Will Hurt Them

New Jersey lawmakers want to give renters up to 30 months to repay back rent

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

New Jersey’s landlords say they are already seeing sharply lower rental income because of an executive ...

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PSE&G Work Continues on Taylor Lane and Casson Lane in Woodland Park

August 10, 2020

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - PSE&G has announced that over the next two weeks work crews will be replacing gas services on Rifle Camp Road, Casson Lane, and Taylor Lane.

This work, which requires limited digging up of roads because of its proximity to homeowners’ property lines, is part of the utility’s town-wide project to make gas delivery to local homes and businesses safer, cleaner ...

Tropical Storm Headed to NJ: Prepare for Strong Winds, Rain

LITTLE FALLS, NJ — The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm warning for the region. The warning issued at 5:20 a.m. Monday says that winds could reach 58 to 73 mph on Tuesday.

Impacts could include damage to roofing and siding along with porches, awning and carports, according to the Weather Service. Trees may be snapped or uprooted, and some roads may become ...

The Beat Goes On

"In matters of the heart it is always better to want something you don't have than to have something you don't want."
~ Patti LaBelle

Something Old

Breaking up is hard to do. Especially wearing a mask. Especially from six feet away.

My daughter, after weathering separation from her first real love while away at school, discovered that their virtual relationship apart ...

Open for Business

When everything “opened up” this summer I didn’t think it would include my mouth.

But I probably should have perceived that at some point during this pandemic I would have to visit the dentist.

Over the past six months I have gotten used to moving previously outsourced services in-house. For instance, while everyone was letting their Covid freak flag fly, I mastered the ...

NJ Comedian John Poveromo Stars in Duppet, a Short Film About Depression

August 13, 2020

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Brian Brodeur, TAPintoTV’s Executive Producer, recently spoke with Comedian and Writer John Poveromo, about his latest project, a short film he co-wrote and stars in called Duppet. 

Poveromo and Brodeur spoke via video conference from East Main Media’s studio in Little Falls, NJ, which has been reconfigured to accommodate remote interviews due to the ...

To Mask or Not to Mask: NJ Psychologist on Why People Choose Sides During Stressful Times

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Clinical Psychologist Dr. Meryl Dorf joined TAPintoTV’s Executive Producer Brian Brodeur to discuss why some people are not wearing masks, despite evidence showing that it is in the public good. 

Dr. Dorf joined Brodeur at East Main Media Studios’ facility in Little Falls, NJ, after being featured several times on TAPintoTV via Zoom. East Main’s ...

Op-Ed: Calling on Assembly Speaker Coughlin to Help Head off COVID-Related Evictions

July 27, 2020

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin has the chance to be a leader in the fight for economic justice in New Jersey.

The speaker must post a bill designed to prevent a wave of pandemic-related ...

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New Jersey Date Night: Make it a Breakfast Date, Al Fresco

August 11, 2020

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

Some think it’s the most important meal of the day and others say it’s reserved for champions. When it comes to breakfast, it doesn’t take a titleholder to know it’s a tasty way to start your day, and your date! A little flirtation over a short stack and a little wink with a ...

NJ Home Bakers One Step Closer to Earning a Profit

New Jersey is the only state where you can’t have a home-baked foods business. But that may be about to change.

The state Senate recently passed a bill that would allow entrepreneurs in the Garden State to make and sell baked goods out of their homes that do not require refrigeration or additional cooking after they are baked.

Sen. Kip Bateman (R-16th), who sponsored the bill, said it ...

Paterson Public Schools to Stay Closed Until at Least November 1

August 13, 2020

PATERSON, NJ - Paterson’s public schools will stay closed until at least November 1 following a unanimous vote by the Paterson Board of Education Wednesday.

The action came just hours after Governor Phil Murphy spoke extensively to the issue of school reopenings and remote learning, and in the midst of an extensive campaign by the Paterson Education Association (PEA) sharing their ...

Following Trump Move to Cut Response Time Paterson, Passaic County Officials Continue Push for Complete Count

PATERSON, NJ – After the U.S. Census Bureau announced plans to end its count a month earlier than expected, local and county officials are making a push to ensure the area’s hard-to-reach groups are represented.

The count will now end on Sept. 30 and the bureau will end all surveying efforts, including door-knocking and collecting responses over the phone, online and by mail, ...

Passaic County Awarded $7.5M from NJDOT for Infrastructure Improvements

PATERSON, NJ – More than $7.5 million is heading to Passaic County for infrastructure improvements at the local level, county officials announced Tuesday. The funding from the state's Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) will be used to create improvement projects in 2021 that will maintain roads, bridges and other transportation related work under county ...

GOP Loses Effort to Halt Murphy's $9.9 Billion Borrowing Plan

August 13, 2020

TRENTON, NJ - The New Jersey Supreme Court Wednesday rejected state Republicans' effort to halt Gov. Phil Murphy's plan to borrow upwards of $9.9 billion by selling long-term bonds to replace lost tax revenues blamed on the coronavirus pandemic.

Murphy's intention is to balance the state's 2020-21 budget - as required by the state Constitution - with.funds raised by the ...

Surprising Ways Newarkers Fought Against Nazism During WWII

NEWARK, NJ — The new ordinance outlawing white supremacist activity in Newark, signed into law in June, may be the product of contemporary events, but it’s hardly the first time the city has postured itself as an arbiter of justice. 

According to Warren Glover, author of “Nazis in Newark,” Nazi sympathizers in New Jersey’s largest city were an invasive ...

Shakespeare Theatre Scores with 'Crazy Love'

Florham Park, NJ - It’s such a treat to see a live performance in these difficult times. But leave iit to Shakespeare Theatre’s fearless director, Bonnie Monte, to deliver a delightful and provocative evening of Moliere and Edna St. Vincent Millay.

The setting is the outside lawn at the Thomas H. Kean Theatre Factory in Florham Park. Located on Vreeland Road, the landscape of ...

The Source by James Michener

Retro Review

The Source by James Michener, 1965. 

 

It is nearly impossible to describe the scope of The Source, a remarkable historical novel by James Michener. Nearly 1000 pages long, the rich details about the evolution of humanity, from the days of the cave dwellings till the modern era, Michener regales us with details of the many civilizations that have dwelled in the ...

If It Bleeds by Stephen King

If It Bleeds by Stephen King (Scribner, 2019)

Stephen King’s fiction is alluring to his “Dear Readers” because King reveals much of his personal memories in his writing; childhood mischief, favorite comic books, and authors he considers worthwhile reading. King presents nightmares any author might encounter with a disturbed fan when he decides to off a favorite character ...

How Will You Remember 2020? Tips to Rewrite the Narrative

Yesterday, as I was driving in my car, my mind started to wander, as it usually does, and I pictured a day in the future when I will be sitting with my grandchild reminiscing about the pandemic of 2020. As I envisioned that encounter, my mind immediately shifted to my grandmother, who for most of my life, brought every conversation back to her experience during the Great Depression.

When ...

What Makes You Happy? Four Ways to Raise Your Happiness Set Point

Just about everyone wants to be happy. Aristotle said, “Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” If happiness is something we strive so hard to attain, and if it is truly the end all and be all of life, then why does it elude so many?

There is a pervasive myth that we can be happy when we achieve (fill in the blank).

Webinar: Exclusive Opportunity to Own and Operate Your Own TAPinto Site

August 14, 2020

Are you thinking about starting TAPinto in your community?  Write your next chapter with TAPinto.   Join us for an informational webinar about starting and owning your own local news site with TAPinto.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at noon  Register here.

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NJ Sharing Network Launches Campaign to Encourage Organ and Tissue Donation in Multicultural Communities

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ —  NJ Sharing Network, the nonprofit, federally designated organ procurement organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, has kicked off 2020 #DonationNeedsDiversity, an initiative to empower multicultural communities to become more involved in saving and healing lives through organ and tissue donation.

Celebrated in August, ...