Thanksgiving drive at Hoboken Terminal: Customers can donate non-perishable food items at several train stations from Nov. 17 to Nov. 19
‘FUNdraiser’ from Hoboken Charter: benefiting H20 for Life on Saturday, Nov. 21 from noon to 2 p.m. at St. Matt’s Parish Hall
Theatre Mixer: Hudson County Theatre Alliance is hosting the “Fall into the Arts” reception at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 16, at the Stevens Institute of Technology
Sky Club Fitness & Spa Begins Food Drive: collecting packaged food items for the New Jersey FoodBank from Nov. 15-Nov. 24, 125 Marshall Street, Hoboken
Used Crayon drive at Primetime Learning Center, from Nov 16th to Dec 23rd. All crayons collected & melted down and made into crazy colors for return back to the school.
Thanksgiving drive at Hoboken Terminal
N J Transit and the Community Food Bank of New Jersey are collecting food donations this Thanksgiving for those in need. Customers can donate non-perishable food items at several train stations from Nov. 17 to Nov. 19.
Collection bins will be available at the following locations: Atlantic City Rail Terminal, Cranford Station, Denville Station, Egg Harbor City Station, Hoboken Terminal, Millburn Station, Morristown Station, Mountain Lakes Station, Summit Station, Wayne/Route 23 Transit Center, and Westfield Station.
They are most in need of canned fish/meat, powdered milk and infant formulas, boxed meals, canned packaged meals, peanut butter (in plastic jars only), and canned vegetables/fruits.
For more information on how to donate, visit www.njfoodbank.org.
‘FUNdraiser’ from Hoboken Charter
The Hoboken Charter School is sponsoring Water Wings, a “FUNdraiser” benefiting H20 for Life on Saturday, Nov. 21 from noon to 2 p.m. at St. Matt’s Parish Hall, Eighth and Washington streets.
All are invited to join in for an afternoon of fun, games, art exhibits, and live music, including ducks, darts, and dashikis in a carnival atmosphere.
Home baked goods by HCS families will be available along with raffles for artworks by established New Jersey artists Deb Mell, Chuck Miley, and SK Duff among others.
Admission is free, but the “FUNdraiser” will provide a basic plumbing system for Butanda School, Uganda, bringing clean, safe water to the kids of Africa.
The Hudson County Theatre Alliance is hosting the “Fall into the Arts” reception at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 16, at the Stevens Institute of Technology. The event is at the Wesley J. Howe Center in the Bissinger Room, fourth floor.
“Fall into the Arts” is designed as a mixer and business card exchange for members of the arts and theater communities to come together, encouraging collaborations and development of performing arts programs in Hudson County. The 10 member theaters of the HCTA will be represented, along with various other arts and support organizations in Hudson County. Participants are encouraged to bring business cards to exchange along with materials to share about organizations and programs.
For more information, please contact email@example.com or call (201) 216-5111.
Sky Club Fitness & Spa Begins Food Drive
The Sky Club is collecting packaged food items for the New Jersey FoodBank from Nov. 15-Nov. 24. Typical food items to donate include cereal, soup, canned fruit and vegetables, sauce, pasta beans, rice, cake mix, crackers, juice, and instant potatoes.
Sky Club members will receive one free day of membership for each food item they bring. Non-members will receive a free day pass for each food item they contribute.
For more information about the food drive or the Sky Club, call 201-222-2582 or stop by at 125 Marshall Street in Hoboken.