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Sprucing Up Westampton’s Freedom Village

Employee volunteers from TD Bank joined the New Jersey Tree Foundation to plant 37 trees and 21 shrubs at Freedom Village in Westampton on Wednesday.TD Tree Days is a community-based program that nurtures and expands urban forests and green spaces in low- to moderate-income neighborhoods. Since 2010, more than 285,000 trees and shrubs have been planted. Freedom Village is an affordable housing complex with units for residents with disabilities. Volunteers planted Linden, Dogwood, Black Gum and Hornbeam trees throughout the complex.

http://www.burlingtoncountytimes.com/photogallery/PA/20171012/NEWS/310129972/PH/1?rssfeed=true

 

Dream Come True for Family Devastated by Superstorm Sandy

Toms River, NJ –  On October 29, 2012, rain pounded on the apartment in Toms River where Angela Mills and her 21-year-old son Matthew lived; winds whipped and howled. But at some point, Superstorm Sandy seemed to die down, and Angela and her son still had electricity. They thought the worst was behind them, that they’d been lucky.

http://www.renewjerseystronger.org/dream-come-true-for-family-devastated-by-superstorm-sandy/

PCIL provides living plans for disabled adults

Like most college graduates, Steve Gruzlovic wanted out of his parents’ house.  Gruzlovic, a 28-year-old Hamilton native, has cerebral palsy. After graduating from Edinboro University, he couldn’t leave his house without physical help. Most days, he was confined to a reclining chair.

https://communitynews.org/2017/12/26/pcil-provides-living-plans-disabled-adults/