IN NEW JERSEY
IN NEW JERSEY
Members participated in the “Mother’s Street” cleanup movement, cleaning up various NJ parks and streets. Meanwhile, the campaign took place in 175 countries and 6,000 regions simultaneously.
Volunteers of the Churches of God in New Jersey hosted a disaster relief drive in response to Hurricane Maria effects in Puerto Rico.
An international food festival brought people together to enjoy food that was authentically prepared from 18 different countries.
Volunteers from the Church of God in Bogota cleaned up firework debris at Veterans Memorial Park after an Independence Day fireworks show.
About 100 volunteers from the Church of God in Ridgewood, Passaic and Mountainside went to Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park to carry out a cleanup in honor of the city of Paterson’s 225th anniversary.
Volunteers went to the North Brunswick Senior Citizen Center to revamp the restrooms. They gave the restrooms a fresh coat of paint and upgraded the décor.
The Bergen County Cleanup Campaign kicked off with 110 Church of God volunteers from Bogota, Passaic and Ridgewood, who cleaned the Riverfront Plaza and Johnson and Foschini parks.
The Church of God in Ridgewood invited family and friends to enjoy BBQ-style food, a simulated art exhibit, and a video presentation about volunteerism.
After winter storm Stella covered Bogota in snow, Church of God volunteers cleaned off snow from porches, cars and driveways for more than a dozen homes of senior citizens in the community.
Members collected 3,100 pairs of socks to be donated to the Socks for Soldiers Drive in Passaic County. The mayor of Hawthorne presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the Church for its superb contributions.