Aetna, the insurance company with an office at 3 Independence Way, has given Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton $23,000 to fund its Shapedown program. Shapedown is a free, 10-week program offered four times a year for young people between the ages of 8-18, in an effort to quash childhood obesity.
McGraw-Hill Federal Credit Union has raised $1,386.43 for the Children’s Miracle Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving children’s lives by raising funds for children’s hospitals.
The employees of Fox Rothschild’s Lenox Drive office recently purchased gifts for 50 children served by the Children’s Home Society of New Jersey. The gifts include coats, gloves, hats, pajamas, books, and toys.
The Trenton Titans recently donated 400 teddy bears to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton to help lift spirits over the holidays.
As part of a planned renovation, Nassau Inn recently donated 50 rooms worth of gently used furniture to HomeFront. Bohrens Moving and Storage supplied the trucks and manpower for the move.
Mercadien, an accounting firm based on Quakerbridge Road in Hamilton, raised $700 during its recent Toys for Tots campaign. The money went toward the purchase of more toys.