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April 10, 2013

Hoboken’s 3rd Annual Rockin 4 Autism Awareness Concert, Saturday, April 27 2-6pm

HOPES CAP, Inc. and the Association for Science in Autism Treatment present the third annualRockin 4 Autism Awareness Concert on Saturday, April 27 2-6pm. Read below for details…

Hoboken’s 3rd Annual Rock’n 4 Autism Awareness Concert, Saturday, April 27

Rockin fpr Autism Logo Hoboken 4-27-2013When: Saturday afternoon, April 27, 2013, 2pm-6pm
Where: The HOPES Auditorium
Address: 301 Garden Street Hoboken, New Jersey 07030

Purchase tickets at: http://www.tinyurl.com/R4AA2013tickets.

HOPES CAP, Inc. and the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT)  are excited to be co-hosting the 3rd Annual Rock’n 4 Autism Awareness Concert on Saturday, April 27, 2013. Over 100 businesses supported the cause last year and almost $20,000 was raised.

This indoor/outdoor event will be held at HOPES’ Auditorium at 301 Garden Street in Hoboken and will include a variety of entertainment and family-friendly activities (in case of inclement weather, all activities will be held indoors).  It will be a wonderful fun-filled afternoon for everyone.

  • Attendees will enjoy two sets of Hoboken’s very own Fuzzy Lemons, a popular and family-friendly rock band.
  • There wil be a special welcome by Mayor Dawn Zimmer.
  • Cindy Vero from KTU radio will serve as a special host for the event. The event will be featured on KTU Cares on Sunday, April 14th and available thereafter as a podcast.
  • This event will also include child-centered activities including face painting, games, and activities. There will be some children’s performances.
  • This event promotes autism awareness and education about best practices in autism treatment. Resource tables, staffed by knowledgeable parents and professionals from ASAT, HOPES CAP Inc., and the Hoboken Special Needs Parent Group will provide information and take-away materials for those interested.

There are over one million people living with autism in the United States (Current CDC estimates suggest that 1 in 88 children have autism). Each year, countless Hudson County families spend thousands of dollars on unproven treatments for their children with autism. ASAT’s mission is to disseminate accurate information about autism treatments so that all families are able to identify and choose effective, scientifically-validated interventions. HOPES CAP, Inc. is also committed to ensuring that parents access accurate information to help their children realize their full potential. Both organizations believe strongly that children with autism deserve nothing less!

For more details about Rock’n 4 Autism Awareness please visit the R4AA Facebook page. For more information about HOPES CAP Inc., please visit the HOPES website and HOPES Facebook page.  For more information about ASAT, please visit the ASAT website and ASAT Facebook page.

Tickets for this fun-filled event can be purchased here (donations can be made on this website as well). Check out  the R4AA online auction with  almost 50 amazing items to bid upon.  If you are a business and would like to sponsor this event or if you would like to volunteer, please contact Lori Renshw at lrenshaw@hopes.org or David Celiberti at dceliberti@asatonline.org

Additional Links:  Auction Page and Facebook Page

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May 15, 2012

Turning Point Cares for Kids- Brunch Fundraiser Saturday May 19th from 8am to 3pm

Turning Point is putting on a Fundraiser this Saturday to help benefit Hudson County CASA which supports children in foster care. Read below for details.

Turning Point Cares for Kids- Brunch Fundraiser Saturday May 19th from 8am to 3pm

Turning Point CASA Brunch May 19th 2012
Help support children in foster care while having brunch on the waterfront in Hoboken. Turning Point in Hoboken is running a special event for Hudson County CASA this Saturday, May 19th from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Come and enjoy brunch on Saturday. While you are there, make a $20 donation to CASA and receive a gift certificate for two entrees to be used at a later date. If you are unable to come on Saturday, you can stop by on Friday and support CASA that day. Turning Point offers delicious breakfast specials including Marsala Eggs Benedict and Belgian Waffles, and a selection of soups, salads and sandwiches to enjoy at lunchtime. Visit the website to learn more!  Link: Turning Point

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April 17, 2012

Hoboken Relay for Life Presents the 7th Annual Bachelor and Bachelorette Auction at Texas Arizona April 18th 7pm

Relay For Life Hoboken Texas Arizona Batchelor and Batchelorette AuctionHoboken Relay for Life which raises money to fight cancer is putting on the Annual Bachelor and Bachelorette Auction at Texas Arizona April 18th 7pm. Doors open at 7pm and the Auction begins at 8pm. Pre-sale tickets are $5 and you can email rflhoboken@gmail.com to get them in advance or $10 at the door. They will have drink specials as well. Texas Arizona is located near the PATH Station at 76 River Street. For more information on Hoboken Relay for Life go to http://www.RelayForLife.org/HobokenNJ. This event is always well attended so if you don’t make your reservations today make sure you get there early tomorrow.

Proceeds from the event go towards the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Hoboken.  There are over 30 bachelors and bachelorettes getting auctioned off, including Hoboken’s own Robin, so get excited for a great night!  Happy Hour specials will be extended for the event as well.

The Relay For Life of Hoboken will be celebrating it’s 10th Year on Saturday, May 19th at Pier A Park from 11 am – 11pm.  Their 2012 goal is $200,000, which will bring their 10 year total to over $1,000,000 towards the American Cancer Society’s mission of eliminating cancer and saving lives through research, education, advocacy and patient services.

Best of luck to organizers to raise money for cancer.

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April 14, 2012

14th Annual Jersey Cares Day Saturday, May 5, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m in Jersey City

Filed under: Charity,fundraiser,Jersey Cares,jersey City — Tags: , , , — TheBoken @ 9:55 AM

Below is an event to consider for a good cause in neighboring Jersey City coming up on May 5th…

Jersey Cares Day 5-5-2012

On Saturday, May 5th during the 14th Annual Jersey Cares Day, 2,500 volunteers from all over New Jersey will unite for the common goal of revitalizing and transforming Newark, Jersey City, Edison, Pottersville, the Township of Morris and Trenton. For the past thirteen years, thousands of volunteers have traveled to schools, parks and nonprofit organizations to paint classroom murals, plant community gardens, organize libraries, landscape and remove trash in parks, and paint games on school parking lots.

Jersey Cares Day also supports critical year round programs. Jersey Cares Day volunteers raise pledges from their friends and families for the hours they serve. This money ensures that Jersey Cares will continue to offer meaningful volunteer opportunities and community services.

Volunteers will be revitalizing the Gladys Cannon Nunery School, P.S. 29 in Jersey City by painting inspirational murals throughout the building and painting new hopscotch boards, other line games, as well as a world map. These changes will create an invigorating learning environment for students, strengthen community involvement and build the foundation for future volunteerism.

14th Annual Jersey Cares Day

When: Saturday, May 5, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m
Where: Gladys Cannon Nunery School, P.S. 29
Address: 123 Claremont Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07035

About Jersey Cares:

Jersey Cares is a dynamic nonprofit organization that meets community needs by making volunteering in New Jersey easy and meaningful. Jersey Cares works directly with local nonprofit organizations and schools, identifying their needs and training volunteer leaders to manage projects that address them. Jersey Cares volunteers have provided thousands of hours of service to communities, including: mentoring troubled teens, reaching out to isolated seniors, working with the mentally and physically challenged, restoring the environment and assisting children with their schoolwork. Jersey Cares offers meaningful volunteer opportunities that showcase the rewards of civic engagement and address some of our communities’ most serious needs. For more information, please visit www.jerseycares.org.

About the Gladys C. Nunery School, P.S. 29:

The mission of Gladys C. Nunery School is to ensure a world-class education for all students and to pursue excellence in academic knowledge, skills, and behavior, resulting in measured improvement against local and statewide standards. The school holds 492 students in grades Pre-K through 5. Over 80% of the student body qualifies for free or reduced lunch.

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April 4, 2012

Please help the Hoboken Food Pantry – From the folks at United Hoboken Synagogue

The folks at USH (United Hoboken Synagogue) want your help to replenish the Hoboken Food Pantry.  Here is their note below….

As you know, every year at this time USH collects hametz from us as we clean out our kitchens and pantries. We ask you to bring the hametz to the synagogue; we give it to the Hoboken Food Pantry.

This year, we are asking you to do a little bit more. The picture below was taken last week at the pantry. You can see that the cupboards are bare! The only food April Harris, the Director, has is those little piles of jars of peanut butter and cans.

We ask that you buy a few extra items for the pantry, and bring it with your hametz (or just bring those extra items) to the synagogue. We will bring it to the Food Pantry for our neighbors in need.

Specifically, these are the items needed:

-Shalom and hag sameach

United Synagogue of Hoboken

115 Park Avenue, Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 659-4000
(201) 659-2614 (fax)
office@HobokenSynagogue.org
http://www.hobokensynagogue.org

Or if you prefer to give directly to the Hoboken Shelter here is their information:

The Hoboken Shelter

300 Bloomfield Street Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 656-5069
www.hobokenshelter.org

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March 19, 2012

Via Mode of Hoboken Accepting Shoe Donations for Soles 4 Souls Program

Via Mode Hoboken

Via Mode located at 404 Washington Street in Hoboken has a drop box for the organization Soles 4 Souls  www.GiveShoes.org where residents are encouraged to drop off their new shoes so that the over 300 million children around the world that don’t have footwear can finally get themselves a pair of shoes. What a nice idea. Hoboken is one charitable place at times with fundraisers for many worthy causes.

 

Soles for Souls at Via Mode Hoboken

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March 13, 2012

The York Street Project March Madness Happy Hour At The Shannon March 16 7-10pm

The York Street Project March Madness Happy Hour

The Shannon March 16th 7-10pm

York Street Project March Madness Happy Hour - The Shannon March 16th 7-10pm

Joanne Kramer, a long time Hoboken resident is hosting a fundraiser for the York Street Project in Jersey City. This is a wonderful local non-profit armed with the mission to end the cycle of poverty. The York Street Project helps women by providing shelter, education and childcare. Here is there website, which really layouts what they offer the community. Link:  http://www.yorkstreetproject.org/

 The event will be held at the Shannon on Friday, March 16th. The event has been given the whole back room, which houses 26 HD TVs & a 106″ HD projection screen. No 1st round March Madness games will be missed! A $40 per paid ticket ($45 at the door) will get donors an open bar from 7-10pm; a taste of the best Italian delis in Hoboken; and a chance to win this year’s 50-50.

About The York Street Project

The mission of York Street Project is to weave innovative programs that shelter, feed, educate and promote the healing and independence of persons in need, especially women and their children.

This mission is acted out in four interrelated and coordinated yet separate programs:

The Nurturing PlaceWhere Learning & Nurturing Go Hand in Hand
Childhood development for homeless and low-income children aged four months to six years whose mothers reside in

St. Joseph’s Home or attend Kenmare High School. Here they can overcome damage to their minds, bodies, and spirits from the effects of poverty, poor nutrition and dysfunctional family situations.

St. Joseph’s HomeAn Oasis from a Life of Poverty and Despair
Provides a homeless woman and her child(ren) with 18 months of supportive, communal living as she works to improve her life and attain permanent, affordable housing. More than just a shelter,

St. Joseph’s provides its families with ongoing social services from a team of professionals that include counseling, crisis intervention, family therapy, health education, parenting, and family budgeting.

Kenmare High SchoolAn Education for a Lifetime
A fully accredited alternative high school providing women aged 17-35 who dropped out of the public or private school system with a second chance to earn a diploma. Additionally, we furnish the counseling, social services, and childcare support at our onsite center, The Nurturing Place.

St. Mary’s Residence - A Place to Call Home
Safe, affordable housing for single working women with limited incomes. The Residence provides affordable housing, meals, and communal living services for each woman, allowing her to concentrate on improving her language and job skills for a better future.

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March 6, 2012

Grand Opening for San Giuseppe Restaurant and Benefit March 18th 1-5pm

Filed under: Charity,fundraiser,Hoboken,Italian,Restaurants — Tags: , , , , — TheBoken @ 10:00 AM

Grand Opening for San Giuseppe Restaurant

Coal Fired Pizza & Cucina

1st Annual  Hoboken Spring Féte March 18th 1-5pm

Benefiting In Jesus’ Name Charities

Enjoy a sampling of some of their finest signature pasta dishes, coal fired pizza and wings.

Hosted by Maria& Joseph ( owners )

San-Guiseppe-Hoboken-Pizza-ExteriorSan Giuseppe is having their grand opening even though they have been in business since the fall of 2011. There is a $10 cover and all will proceeds go towards In Jesus’ Name Charities. San Giuseppe located in the Peachtree Commons Mall next to the Clearview Cinema at 1320 Adams Street.  There is free parking available and it is cash only. Normally they are a BYOB establishment but request no BYOB for this event on Sunday.

Free Parking Monopoly HobokenEvent: Grand Opening for San Giuseppe Restaurant

Address: 1320 Adams Street Hoboken, NJ 07030

Phone: 201-942-9200

Date: March 18, 2012

Time: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Cover: $10.00 per person

Bonus: Free Parking!

 

 

San-Guiseppe-Hoboken-Pizeria-Interior

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February 23, 2012

Party With Purpose Winter Benefit Tonight at Chandelier Room in Hoboken 7-10pm

Reminder: the Party With Purpose Winter Fundraiser is tonight at the Chandelier Room in Hoboken’s W Hotel. Festivities start at 7pm.

Party With Purpose Presents 3rd Annual Winter Benefit at

The Chandelier Room in the W Hoboken February 23, 2012

Proceeds Will Benefit Local Hoboken Charities and Recent Victims of the 3rd Street Fire

Party With Purpose Winter Benefit 2-23-2012WHO:

  • Not-for-profit organization Party With Purpose (PWP).
  • Eric Kelly, 4-time National Amateur Boxing champion.
  • Skeery Jones, Elvis Duran & the Z100 Morning Show.
  • Jennifer Iserloh, The Skinny Chef.
  • John Bell, Author, Radio Talk Show Host.
  • Adam Poch, CBS’ Big Brother 13.
  • Tom Murro, Celebrity Magnet.

WHAT:

  • PWP is partnering with the W Hoboken and The Chandelier Room to celebrate 9 years of giving back while honoring the recipients of donations in 2011.
  • Most recently, PWP has dedicated a portion of proceeds will go towards those displaced by the 3rd Street fire in Hoboken.
  • Join PWP for an evening of delicious food prepared by the award-winning Zylo Steakhouse, sponsored drinks, auction items and special guests.
  • Live entertainment featuring Burlesque Bikini Bootcamp.
  • Music will be provided by the talented DJ B.Mills.
  • Over 200 attendees enjoying entertainment in The Chandelier Room highlighted by the spectacular New York City backdrop.
  • Party goers bidding on top items at the silent auction.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

  • 7:00pm – 10:00pm – Cocktail Reception.
  • 8:00 – 8:30pm – Burlesque Bikini Bootcamp.

WHERE:

W Hoboken in The Chandelier Room

225 River Street Hoboken, NJ 07030

About Party With Purpose:

Party With Purpose Inc., (PWP) is a 501 (c)(3), charity run entirely by volunteers who produce unique, exciting fundraisers and donate the proceeds to charities in the local community. Since its founding by Scott Delea in 2002, PWP has donated over $350,000 to organizations such as the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hudson County, Jubilee Center, PAL, and Jeremy’s Heroes. Fundraising events include the Annual PWP Hoboken 5K and Kids Events, which take place along the majestic Hoboken waterfront. Party With Purpose’s motto is “Work hard, Play hard, Give Hard.” For more information, visit www.partywithpurpose.org

ABOUT EMM GROUP:

Eugene Remm and Mark Birnbaum along with business entrepreneur Michael Hirtenstein founded EMM Group in 2006 and have since built it into one of New York’s most successful and multi-faceted hospitality management companies. The company is currently ranked #62 in the food and beverage category on the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies. Within the company framework exist several divisions devoted to restaurant and nightlife operations, marketing and event production, promotions and lifestyle management. Within its first four years, EMM Group opened the doors to four venues: Tenjune, The Chandelier Room at the W Hoboken, SL and Abe & Arthur’s. In the summer and fall of 2011 they added SL East, the Hamptons outpost of its Meatpacking flagship nightclub and two new restaurant venues: Lexington Brass and CATCH. Lexington Brass is a New-American bistro in the lobby level of a luxury Hyatt in midtown Manhattan. CATCH is a seafood concept helmed by Top Chef Season 3 Winner, Hung Huynh, in the Meatpacking District. In addition to their venues, they also purchased the EMM Group Estate, a privately owned property in Sag Harbour for private events, and launched Four Hundred, a members-only lifestyle management service.

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Update on Helping 300 Washington Street Fire Victims and Organizational Meeting Tonight at the Village Pourhouse 7-8:30pm

300 Washington Street Living Room

Rory Chadwick is try to help organize relief efforts for the fire victims of 300 Washington Street fire in Hoboken that happened last Sunday.  The photo above is actually from the living room of Tiffany S. after the fire and as you can see she and Fred lost everything. They couple currently have a place to stay but others are still looking and it has been reported that 9 people did not have insurance. Here is Rory’s note below…

“Hi everyone

I received several emails the last 2 days from both the displaced and Christopher Burk of RELB Property Management LLC. which is the management for 300 Washington Street.  Approximately 12 laptop computers are needed desperately at this time according to emails I have received.  In addition digital cameras, sundries such as tooth paste, colognes and perfumes, soap, shampoos, etc. are needed.  In addition several of the displaced residents need a place to stay locally and if anyone has a room for rent in their home or has an apartment vacant that those displaced can use free of charge for a month or 2 that would be great.

Tonight at the Village Pourhouse from 7pm-8:30pm we are holding a volunteers needed meeting.  Community residents can attend and learn how to be involved both short term and long term in assisting with ongoing efforts to help those displaced.

If you could all share this on your respected forums, sites, blogs and publications I believe it would be greatly appreciated by those affected by the tragic fire. 

For those that want to donate and can not attend the event  March 2nd can visit hobokenrotary.org, on the home page is a link to donate online.  For those that want to volunteers and can not attend tonight’s meeting can email helpinghoboken@gmail.com.

Thanks everyone!

- Rory Cadwick”

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