Dear Friend On behalf of NJ Sharing Network, I would like to thank you for your generous contribution of $200.00 in memory of Jessica Scott...
Dear Supporter Happy Tails Animal Rescue is pleased to be planning our annual Bingo - Tricky Tray event on Friday April 7, 2017 and we hope you can help make it a great success. We are an all volunteer group committed to saving pets in need and fundraisers like this help us continue our mission of rescue. Happy Tails is always grateful for any donation and all your gifts are tax deductible. All our donors will be recognized at our event and on our website. Donations can be sent to: HTAR 174 Midwood Rd - Paramus NJ 07552 or call us at 201 723 8842 to arrange pick up. Thanks for your support! - Noreen!
We would like to thank you for your generous donation to our Tricky Tray Fundraiser held on Friday, September 23rd. Thanks to businesses like yours, our fundraiser was a great success! All proceeds from the event went directly to the West Paterson Fire Department Equipment Fund. This fund will be used to purchase essential equipment not possible through our normal operating budget. Thank you again for your continued support, Sincerely Jim Frain Firefighter and Treasurer Chairman
This Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation is Presented to Gun For Hire For Outstanding Generosity to the Little Falls Cert Program
http://www.northjersey.com/community-news/woodland-park-to-collect-water-bottles-to-aid-in-louisiana-flood-relief-1.1652087 WOODLAND PARK - Help will be on the way from Woodland Park to those in Louisiana who were recently struck by major flooding. Borough Mayor Keith Kazmark and the Woodland Park Council have teamed up with Anthony Colandro, owner of North Jersey Gun for Hire, and Fernando Rodrigues from TMX Logistics to deliver cases of water to the flood victims in Baton Rouge. The water bottle collection drive will take place Tuesday Sept. 6 through Friday, Sept. 9, from 4 to 8 p.m., at the West Paterson Boys & Girls Club, 8 Memorial Drive, Woodland Park. TMX Logistics will then transport the water to Louisiana once the drive has concluded. "We wanted to step up and do what we can for other people," said Borough Councilman Vincent DeCesare. DeCesare thought of the idea along with Borough Councilwoman Tracy Kallert. He called an American Red Cross in Louisiana and coordinated the event. "It's just a case of water, but in Louisiana it means so much to them right now," said Kallert. The water bottle collection drive is one of many initiatives being done throughout the United States to help those who were negatively-impacted by floodwaters that ravaged through southern Louisiana during mid-August. USA Today reported that the flooding killed 13 people and has damaged tens of thousands of homes and businesses. As a result, thousands of individuals need temporary housing. The Red Cross reported on its website, www.redcross.org, that as of Aug. 29 more than 2,900 Americans are volunteering to help with the Red Cross's disaster response effort in Louisiana, including volunteers from all 50 states. "Without volunteers there is no Red Cross," said Brad Kieserman, Red Cross vice president of disaster operations and logistics, [...]
Dear Anthony Colandro, The Woodland Park Municipal Alliance Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse could not thank you enough for your more than generous donation of $750 for National Night Our. The funds we received from you and various other donators helped make this night a success for out residents and community members. This night that you helped make possible will make Woodland Park a better place to live and conduct business! Our events have had an all-around true Community Feeling. People receiving anti-drug/alcohol education and being able to socialize with their neighbors makes for a "we're all in this together" type of attitude. Without your generosity, we would not be able to provide our residents the enjoyment and education they deserve. It is only with the support of donations like the one you made that we can continue to provide wonderful events for the residents of Woodland Park. Thank you, Dina Bargirl, President and Michele Bolen, Coordinator Woodland Park Municipal Alliance
Dear Kenny, and Friends at Gun for Hire, We are pleased to report that the New Jersey 99s, Inc. 2016 Poker Run on May 14th was a great success, wit over 50 airplanes flying to the five participating airports, and more than 100 poker hands being played. The success of our Poker Run greatly depends on the cooperation, time, effort, and donations of many people and organizations. We especially thank you for your generous donation of a Mega Starter Kit. It was a prize everyone was vying for. Our annual Poker Run has traditionally been our greatest source of revenue, which we channel into sponsoring aviation scholarships, safety and educational seminars, and air markings. Since 196, when we first started our scholarship program we have distributed over $70,000 to 40 recipients. A number of these individuals have gone on to become certified flight instructors, commercial airline pilots, and corporate/charter pilots. We hope you will continue to support our fund raising events in the future so that we can steadily grow our scholarship fund, as well as sponsor other worthwhile aviation activities i the communities we serve. Thank you again for your help in making the Poker Run a success. Sincerely, Cathy Vajtay Poker Run Committee
Mr. Colandro On behalf of Troop 114, I would like to extend our thanks to you in letting our troop learn about gun safety and have the experience of firing such weapons. I would especially like to thank you for welcoming the troop into your range and family. You notably took time out of your evening to greet us in the classroom. The troop was enthusiastic after their experience. Thank you, Alexander T. Metclaf Patrol Leader BSA Troop 114
Dear Business Owner Thank you for your donation to the Academy's Tricky Tray. Your generosity helps the Academy maintain its dynamic school spirit and tradition of excellence. Your contribution plays a vital role in preserving Lacordaires small class size, warm nurturing environment, dedicated faculty and outstanding academic opportunities for students. Sincerely, Laura Cobb & Lisa Molle' Padilla Advancement Office