It’s take your child to work day every day at the Campbell Soup Company, which celebrated the grand opening of their new child care facility at its world headquarters in Camden.
The program also allows inmates to learn valuable skills as they prepare to re-enter society, and provides veterans with service dogs to help with PTSD, anxiety and more.
In 1856, 96 students were enrolled in the first class, which was Kindergarten through eighth grade.
The city’s firefighting history is on display in a historic building which for a short time served as a firehouse in the 1880s.
Lakehouse Music Academy was founded in 2011 by locals determined to preserve music history in Asbury Park.
The first African-American CEO of Girl Scouts Heart of NJ discusses new organizational direction and goals.
The Trenton-based nonprofit offers adolescents an after school destination that teaches circus, culinary and life skills.
The Ernst Badian Collection gives insight to Roman history, as well as the evolution of currency.
Ringside Rescue empowers and educates kids and teens through mixed martial arts and boxing.
Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey is an interfaith nonprofit dedicated to providing assistance to the elderly, veterans and caregivers.
Emily Whitley, a graduate student at The College of New Jersey teams up with the Camden County Library System to offer noise-cancelling headphones for children living with Sensory Sensitivities.
Garden State's only Royal Governor’s Mansion is still standing in Perth Amboy.
New Jersey Red Cross volunteers work to fulfill the organization's goal of reducing fire-related deaths and injuries by 25 percent.
Mount Holly county officials and Breaking Grounds worked together to provide special needs children with an early Easter tradition.
Different versions of Irish soda bread was on display for Belmar's first Irish Soda Bread Throwdown.