News & Events

Sleep Out: Young Professional Edition

Young Professionals from Across New Jersey Slept on the Streets of Newark for Homeless Youth

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1,000 Bombas Socks

Thanks to our long time friends, the New York Red Bulls, and our new friends at Bombas, we received and will distribute 1,000 Bombas socks to homeless youth here in NJ.  Those socks will go to youth at our various sites across NJ, as well as to youth still on the streets who our Outreach teams contact in their extraordinary efforts to serve homeless youth and make them aware of how Covenant House can help them.

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Executive Director Jim White is one of eight finalists in the running for the Cornerstones Award

The award winner will be selected by a public internet vote, so please go to the Cornerstones website and vote for Jim!

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Art Gallery Fundraiser for Raphael's Life House

On April 1st, Simple Gallery & Boutique in Cranford is hosting a benefit event for our mom's and babies program at Raphael's Life House!

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Asbury Park Approves For A New Residential Building

Covenant House and Interfaith received the approval for a Rights of Passage residential building!

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SUNY Oneonta Alumni Slept Out!

Gerard Watson Slept Out on November 18, 2016 to support the Covenant House New Jersey's Rights of Passage Program. 

“I sleep on the streets so children don’t have to,” Gerard A. Watson...

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New York Giant Trevin Wade & Strikes4Kids To Hold Benefit for Homeless Youth in New Jersey

On Monday December 19th from 6-8:30 pm at Stryxe in Madison, N.J., New York Giant Trevin Wade and some of his Giant teammates will take time out from their playoff push to host a bowling event to raise funds and awareness for the homeless youth living at Covenant House in New Jersey.
Trevin is teaming up with Strikes4Kids, an organization that has partnered with over 125 NFL players to enrich the lives of children across the U.S.  This event will mark the launch of the Trevin Wade Foundation which will raise funds to provide essential support to young people in need.

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