THE PLAINFIELD FOUNDATION, A TAX-EXEMPT CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION, SEEKS A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE TO FILL A VACANCY ON ITS DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. THIS IS A VOLUNTEER POSITION FOR SOMEONE WHO RESIDES IN PLAINFIELD OR NORTH PLAINFIELD, IS FAMILIAR WITH OTHER PLAINFIELD AREA NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, AND HAS SERVED ON THE BOARD OF AT LEAST ONE CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION. PLEASE SEND LETTERS OF INTEREST, ALONG WITH RESUMES, FOR RECEIPT BY NOVEMBER 30, 2017, TO: KRISTEN TICE, 400 SOMERSET STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ 08901.
The Plainfield Foundation is Seeking Qualified Candidate for Distribution Committee
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By UNITED WAY OF GREATER UNION COUNTYNovember 19, 2017
UNION COUNTY, NJ – On Tuesday, November 28, 2017, United Way of Greater Union County will participate in #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that follows Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, encouraging generosity and philanthropy around the world.
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By CAMONovember 18, 2017
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Homefirst Raises $35K at Annual Evening of Thanks; Recognizes 2 Teens, 2 Organizations for Exemplary Service
By TAPINTO PLAINFIELD STAFFNovember 18, 2017
PLAINFIELD, NJ – Homefirst Interfaith Housing & Family Services, Inc. raised more than $35,000 at its Evening of Thanks awards dinner last week at Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains. At the dinner, two local teenagers received the Homefirst Hero Award and two organizations were recognized as leaders in the fight to end homelessness in Union County.
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By SUSAN RASHNovember 18, 2017
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. - Alternatives Inc., a non-profit human services provider for people and families with special needs, announced it has opened two new group homes in Ocean County with plans for six more in Ocean, Hunterdon and Somerset counties. The agency also debuted its redesigned website and a video that reinforces the theme “One Community” to highlight its successes and ...
By CHRISTOPHER REARDONNovember 17, 2017
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By PRESS RELEASE, OFFICE OF CONGRESSWOMAN BONNIE WATSON COLEMANNovember 16, 2017
WASHINGTON D.C. – At a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, U.S. Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman questioned Rebeckah Adcock, senior advisor at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, on her refusal to provide the committee with the identities of the members on the agency’s Regulatory Reform Task Force. At the hearing, Adcock recalled the list had been sent by ...
By RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP POLICENovember 16, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- On November 13, 2017, patrols responded to High Grade Beverage, 86 Canfield Ave, for a report of a male who was electrocuted. The victim, Sean King, 55 from Stanhope NJ was on a scissor lift and had been replacing an emergency light. Initial reports indicated that there were still live wires on the victim.
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