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Former NY Giant Charles Way, Wife Tahesha join Komen North Jersey to Fight Breast Cancer; Way Joins 2017 'Pink Tie Guys' Class

September 21, 2016

WAYNE, N.J. - Susan G. Komen North Jersey recently announced that former New York Giants player Charles Way has committed to being a 2017 Pink Tie Guy.

The Susan G. Komen North Jersey Pink Tie Guys are partners in the Komen promise to save lives and end breast cancer forever. This exclusive group of gentleman are advocates of Komen North Jersey by helping to raise funds and spread the ...

Hospital President Lieber Invites Community to 'Bike MS: Country Challenge' Sept. 17 & 18

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Team Atlantic Health System, for the tenth consecutive year, will be participating in the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society’s Bike MS: Country Challenge. The 2016 event will take place September 17 and 18. 

This year, Team Atlantic Health System will be recognized for raising more than $150,000 for the MS Society, which will support ...

Oasis and Garden State Woman Education Foundation to Host “2nd Annual Leadership and Success Summit” for Passaic County Teen Girls

PATERSON, N.J. - Paterson will be the home this Saturday to the 2nd Annual Leadership and Success Summit for high school girls, according organizations involved in the event.

The program will begin with keynote speaker state Assemblywoman Shavonda Sumter (D-35) who will share her personal story and thoughts on leadership, said a statement from the Garden State Woman Education Foundation and ...

Golf Event Raises $7K for Boys and Girls Club

PATERSON, NJ - The Boys and Girls Club of Paterson and Passaic was one of the recipients of money raised recently when the North Jersey Federal Credit Union Foundation hosted its 7th Annual “Above and Beyond Golf Classic.”

More than 80 golfers and sponsors enjoyed a beautiful day of golf at the Picatinny Golf Club at Picatinny Arsenal. The event also featured a breakfast, gift bags ...

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Non-Profit Seeks Donations to Keep Children from Deportation to Crime Ridden Homelands

September 15, 2016

While American mothers are busy getting their children ready for school, buying supplies and new clothes, and maybe even choosing a new school, mothers like Joanna Rodriguez were making the difficult decision to leave their Central American homes for the sake of their children. The small neighborhoods within Joanna’s hometown near the capital of El Salvador were long overpowered by gang ...

'How do you hold your dad in your life?' she asked

“I feel my dad’s presence next to me at the kitchen table.” Elizabeth, age 10

I first began working in the field of children’s grief support in 1997 as a volunteer for the Rainbows program in Montclair. I’ll never forget a little girl named Elizabeth who was 10 years old when she came to Rainbows. Her father had died suddenly of a heart attack.