Over 50 ASEZ WAO volunteers held a park cleanup at Garret Mountain Reservation in Woodland Park, NJ. The reservation is on First Watchung Mountain and was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1967. Garret Mountain is Passaic County’s central recreational area. It’s known for providing the community with beautiful grass fields, several miles of trails, […]
The Elmwood Park community is home to thousands of people, but the streets have become polluted. ASEZ WAO volunteers vowed to help brighten the community by collecting trash. So, on Sunday, May 1, around 45 ASEZ WAO volunteers came together for a street cleanup in Elmwood Park, NJ. Councilwoman Lorraine Pellegrine and Police Chief Michael […]
On April 18, 2021, about 40 ASEZ student volunteers held a cleanup an Earth Day cleanup in Elmwood Park, New Jersey. Students from Passaic County Community College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Bergen Community College, Rutgers University, William Patterson University and Mount Clair University came together for the cause. ASEZ partnered with Elmwood Park’s Mayor and Council […]
On Sunday, November 8, about 30 volunteers from ASEZ partnered with the Borough of Elmwood Park for a second leaf cleanup. Students cleaned up leaves from around their neighbors’ homes. In addition, they worked with Councilwoman Lorraine Pellegrine to make the event a success. Student Volunteers Help Their Neighbors Clean Their Yards Some older adults […]
The Church of God in Ridgewood participated in the 2018 Mega Blood Drive, collecting 163 pints of blood!
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.
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.
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.