RED BANK, NJ: Terence Jones, a former member of the Red Bank Boys & Girls Clubs of Monmouth County, made a generous financial gift to the non-profit organization that serves the needs of children in difficult circumstances.

Jones, owner of the successful clothing brand Camp Couture XIX, stopped by the club located on Drs. James Parker Blvd., wanting to give back to the organization that impacted him so much as a child.

“This is all full circle for me, growing up in Red Bank and going to the Boys & Girls Club after school every day,” said Jones, who presented the Club with a $700 check on Monday.  “I’m grateful I am able to contribute to the positive uplifting activities for the youth in the community I’m from.”

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The Red Bank Unit opened its doors in 2009 and serves over 165 registered members.  A second location is in Asbury Park and both clubs are open every weekday from 8:00am to 6:00pm, providing nutritious meals, remote education assistance, life-skills classes, college and career prep, mentorship, and more. 

“Your mind expands when you give, your heart expands when you share, and your soul expands when you are charitable.”  Matshona Dhliwayo

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