Sunday, November 29, 2015

Blue claws charities hands out grants

 After getting a sweet heart deal from Lakewood taxpayers, BC charities handed out grants to 34 Community Partner organizations in Monmouth & Ocean Counties.  Here is a list.. are any from Lakewood??

The following non-profit organizations received a cash grant from BlueClaws Charities (alphabetical order): A Future With Hope, A Piece of the Puzzle, ALS Association, American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County, Caregiver Volunteers, Central Jersey Blood Center, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation, David's Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation, Dottie's House, Easter Seals New Jersey, Exit 82 Theatre Company, Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, Go 4 The Goal, Interfaith Neighbors, LADACIN Network, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski Memorial Fund, NJ Tears, Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity, Ocean County Shriners Club, Ocean County YMCA, Ocean Partnership for Children, Ocean's Harbor House, Opportunity Knocks, POAC, Raising Hope for Others, St. Vincent DePaul Society of Ocean County, The Ashley Lauren Foundation, The First Tee of Monmouth & Ocean Counties, The Salvation Army of Ocean County, Tom Giannattasio Jr. Memorial Fund, United Way of Monmouth County, United Way of Ocean County.


The "Tickets for Kids Program," another BlueClaws Charities initiative, donates over 2,000 tickets to under-served youths in Lakewood and elsewhere in Ocean County.

4 comments:

  1. When will our Leaders and wise men who control the town ,come Clean as in Truth and the Torah way with this glaring giveaway to the Blue Claws as our taxes are Skyrocketing. We're a Torah town, A great Chilul Hashem

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  2. How about some grant money for me whose ridiculous property taxes are paying for this scam OOPS! I mean stadium.

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  3. If the local heimishe people don't buy tickets, you can't expect them to donate to local mosdot.

    Don't worry, they pay off those that arrange for them the tax credits in other ways.

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    1. The heimishe will be thrown out of school if they go to the game. But the stadium deal was approved by heimishe.

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