Don't miss the Shirley Mae Run/Michael J Walk Every May on at the Atlantic City Boardwalk outside the Tropicana. The Shirley Mae Breast Cancer Assistance Fund benefits breast cancer patients in southeastern New Jersey.
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Atlantic and Cape May Counties and its trained volunteers speak on behalf of abused and neglected children in the foster care system and are dedicated to ensuring these children are placed in safe permanent homes as quickly as possible. For more information on volunteering or donating, log onto www.atlanticcapecasa.org.
Don't miss The Press of Atlantic City's MEN R COOKIN', presented by 100.7 WZXL on at the Pool at Harrahs on 2/28. See local celebrities, business owners and dignitaries cook up their favorite dishes as you taste test them. Purchase tickets prior to or at the door. The Mission of the Boys and Girls Club is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Anyone between the ages of 6 and 18 who is in the first through 12th grade can join the club for only $10 per year. Stop by the Club and meet the staff. Call (609) 347-2697. Don't miss Chef Joe and Scott from 100.7 WZXL at this year's event, collaborating with the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College!
The Toys for Kids Program collects toys throughout the year and distributes to children in Atlantic County, especially around the holidays. If you'd like to help support the cause, log onto ToysforKidsProgram.org for more information or purchase a page(s) in the 2013 Toys for Kids Holiday Coloring/Activity book. Contact Greg DePiano at 609-226-1560 for more info!
The Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation is named for cancer survivor and professional surfer Dean Randazzo. It was created 10 years ago when Randazzo was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph nodes. Since successfully battling the disease three times, Dean continues his competitive professional surfing career, proudly representing the Garden State all over the world. This foundation raises money for cancer research and awareness and assists individuals SOUTH JERSEY battling cancer both financially and emotionally. To date, they have donated over $100,000.00 to worthy beneficiaries who fit these criteria. "Surf for a Cause" is held every September. It includes a amateur and professional surf contest, a four person team co-ed volleyball tournament, 5K Beach Run, 1 Mile Beach Walk and lots of other fun at the beach.
Join us Thursday, 12/12 for a night of drinks, fun, and charity at Atlantic City's hottest spots! Travel on a jitney through Atlantic city and get a taste of the different restaurants involved in this year's event. Advanced tickets are $30 and $35 the day of100% percent of the proceeds will go to the St. Jude Children's Hospital. Registration begins at 6pm at The Melting Pot - 2112 Atlantic Avenue Must be 21 years or older to participate. Vailid ID required.St. Jude's mission is to find a cure and prevent pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment.See you there!
Along with orgainizing Somers Point Bayfest every April, each year, the Bayfest Committee uses proceeds from the event to fund special projects for the residents of Somers Point. Recent contributions include the installation of new playground equipment at the public beach, and the installation of beautiful banners adorning Historic Bay Avenue. Improvements to Bud Kern Field, donations the Mainland Region High School Commutation Arts Department, just to name a few. To become a volunteer at this year's event, send an email with contact information to email@example.com
Come eat and drink while you help your fellow community members as they fight Parkinson's disease! On December 8th from 1-4pm at the Knights of Columbus on St. Louis Ave. in Egg Harbor City, your $25 ticket will include food, refreshments, raffles, chinese auctions and more! Tickets are $30 at the door. So what are you waiting for? Contact Melinda Seda at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets. Must be 21+ to drink!
United Way of Atlantic County serves the needs of the local community, by targeting core areas of need and mobilizing resources. United Way serves as a catalyst for community advancement by connecting a diverse set of individuals, institutions and organizations to research, identify and implement problem-solving initiatives within the local community. United Way facilitates these activities and objectives by providing financial support through various fund raising efforts and grant opportunities. All proceeds from Tropicana's Taste of the Quarter event Sept. 8 benefit the United Way of Atlantic County.
If you can hold a tight line, the LIBT wants you -- whether you are an angler, boat owner, volunteer or sponsor. The Ladies Invitational Bluefish Tournament raises money for the AtlantiCare Mobile Mammography Unit. In 2013 the date is JUNE 8th!!!. Call Kim Kirk at (609) 412-0641 or Cathy Stanley at (610) 212-1687or e-mail email@example.com.
The Hansen House mission is to treat, in a residential setting, those who suffer from alcoholism and/or drug addiction by providing counseling, discussion groups, job placement, living skills, 12-step meetings and other assistance designed to guide residents to recovery. Serenity House for Women and The Randy Scarborough House for Men are transitional sober-living homes in South Jersey. Residents live in a supportive, drug-and-alcohol-free environment while learning how to become responsible members of the community in order to live full and happy lives in recovery.
Upgrade your career while serving your country in the Air Force Reserve. For information, call (800) 257-1212 or visit www.afreserve.com.