NJ Employees Charitable Campaign co-chairs Commissioner Richard Hammer from the NJ Department of Transportation and President Harvey Kesselman of Stockton University announced the statewide campaign raised over $700,700 at the annual recognition ceremony held on March 31st at Mercer County Community
2015 Campaign Chair David Hespe, Commissioner of Education recognized employees at the event along with Campaign Manager Susan O’Brien and Steering Committee representative Jamie DePasquale from Community Health Charities. State and local employees raised thousands of dollars through the NJ
Choosing to Make a Difference By Rochelle Hendricks Secretary of Higher Education Each year, during this season of giving, we have the chance to help people who are in need, who can benefit from our kindness and generosity. Year after year, our higher education institutions play an important
Way to go, Stockton community! Monday’s “Just Desserts” celebration in support of Stockton’s New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign was a great success! Thanks to the delicious cakes, pies, sticky buns, and cupcakes from local bakeries, we gathered $562 in donations that will be forwarded to the
The New Jersey Department of Transportation wants to express its appreciation to the numerous charities that participated in our New Jersey Employee Charitable Campaign Fair which was held on November 17, 2015. As a result of their support and participation, the day was a success. Also, the NJDOT
Mayor Eric Jackson, officially kicked-off the City of Trenton’s NJ Employees Charitable Campaign on October 30th. NJECC Steering Committee representative Paula Aldarelli/Executive Director of EarthShare NJ and charity representatives J Steinhauer/Development and Community Relations
NJ Employee Charitable Campaign CSC Co-Chairs Bev Hamilton and Carol Goodman got things off to a solid start October 16, hosting a mini-fair in the Commission’s hearing room. Reps from participating charities Choice One, ALS, Community Health Charities, Womanspace, EarthShare NJ/Environmental Fund,
The NJ Department of Agriculture held kickoff events at three office locations in Ewing and Trenton look at more info. Gloria Shutz and Charlotte Cooper of the Human Resources Office really worked hard to get the word out about the campaign and they are to be commended for their efforts!
The New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign had a table at The College of New Jersey’s Annual Benefits Fair on October 14, 2015 try this site. Coordinator Erika Worthy was present to answer any questions the employees had about the NJECC.