Amboy Bank donates $3,500 to AECDC

Joseph Mullane, Vice President and Kathy Roman, New Brunswick Branch Manager, present $3,500 to Deborah Cherniss, President, and Matt Feldman, Vice President, of the AECDC.  Amboy Bank is an annual contributor and supporter of the AECDC's programs to help low-income families in Middlesex County.

 

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B'nai Mitzvah Diaper Drive

square diapersDana and Steven Schrager's family has made diaper drives a new family tradition: Their Thanksgiving and Passover guests are asked to bring them to dinner, and her two children, Payton & Eli, shared their commitment by asking guests to bring disposable diapers to their B'nai Mitzvot celebration

Read more: B'nai Mitzvah Diaper Drive

AECDC diaper bank assists families in need

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By Lauren Wanko

Correspondent

This mom of two needs diapers for her children and on this day she’s getting them for free.

“It just provides that little gap in between transitioning through certain financial issues,” said client Tiyonia.

Read more: AECDC diaper bank assists families in need

Adopt a Mom Campaign Featured on Local Radio Station

On May 8, the radio station New Jersey 101.5 interviewed AECDC President Deborah Cherniss.  Deborah explained how the AECDC is meeting a critical need by distributing disposable diapers to economically-distressed families in the New Brunswick area. She described how the AECDC operates and promoted its Adopt a Mom donation campaign.
 
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You can read the a summary of the interview here: http://nj1015.com/diaper-drive-highlights-middlesex-groups-mothers-day-outreach/.  For your convenience, the text of this article is copied below.
 
Diaper drive highlights Middlesex group’s Mother’s Day outreach
By Patrick Lavery May 8, 2017 5:00 AM
New Jersey 101.5 – Proud to be New Jersey – New Jersey News Radio
 
NEW BRUNSWICK — Many young families in New Jersey can be categorized as being in “temporary distress” — they have perhaps one child, but the mother is unable to return to work or either she, the child’s father, or both have lost their jobs.

In advance of Mother’s Day, that’s where a Central Jersey group is coming in to lend a helping hand.
 
The New Brunswick-based Anshe Emeth Community Development Corporation is the only diaper bank in the Middlesex County area, and the organization provides not only those disposable diapers to struggling families, but also baby wipes, formula and clothes whenever possible.
 

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By Lauren Wanko

Correspondent

This mom of two needs diapers for her children and on this day she’s getting them for free.

“It just provides that little gap in between transitioning through certain financial issues,” said client Tiyonia.

Read more ...

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AECDC provides free Baby Formula, Equipment and Diapers, plus wipes, clothing and other items that are crucial to keeping babies and young children healthy and growing! AECDC is the only diaper bank in Central NJ, and is affiliated with the National Diaper Bank Network.

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H.E.L.P.

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AECDC loans medical equipment at no charge such as shower seats, walkers and wheelchairs.  Without assistance, our elderly and disabled are often isolated and unable to sustain a healthy quality of life.

H.E.L.P.

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