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A Great New Jersey Tradition Continues To Help Homeless Youth
SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — On August 24th one of the longest ongoing charity events to help the homeless youth of New Jersey will take place at Spring Lake Golf Club at The Joseph C. Nugent 37th Annual Covenant House Golf Outing in Spring Lake Heights.Read More
Join us on Thursday, July 23 from 1:00 to 1:30 PM for a webinar to learn more about Human Trafficking and Covenant House's response, with Jayne Bigelsen, Director Anti-Human Trafficking Initiatives, Covenant House New York and Janette Scrozzo, Development Director and Human Trafficking Liaison, Covenant House New Jersey, and Tina Kelley, former New York Times reporter, and co-author of Almost Home: Helping Kids Move from Homelessness to Hope.
The Joseph C. Nugent 37th Annual Covenant House Golf Outing and Cocktail Reception is coming up on August 24, 2015 at the Spring Lake Golf Club in Spring Lake Heights. Learn about the event here!Read More
On March 29, 85 women took the streets here in New York to show homeless young people they aren't alone. They met our residents, and learned about the joys and fears of teenagers and young adults who are finding their way in the world. They shared laughter and a few tears. And together, they raised more than $439,000 to continue the life-changing work of Covenant House. Enjoy some pictures from this amazing night!Read More
Join us on May 14 at NJPAC in Newark for Covenant House New Jersey’s signature event, “A Night of Broadway Stars”. Hosted by renowned composer/lyricist Neil Berg, it is a magical evening showcasing top Broadway performers singing their signature songs with special performances by our own Covenant House kids. We are proud this year to be honoring Nancy King, Founder of Nancy's Place, and Edith Coogan, Mary Orrico and Carol Williams for their incredible contributions at Raphael's Life House.Read More
We are so grateful to Bob Kulp, the President of the Exchange Club of Ocean City, shown here presenting Brian Nelson and Jen Williams with a $2,000 donation to help provide child care and bus tickets for our homeless mothers in Atlantic City who are job searching in the community. Part of a Civic group?