Call for Entries

Corporate Angels

Donations Please

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Author: Melinda Sherwood. Published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on January

19, 2000. All rights reserved.

Volunteer Training

Marge Smith, former executive director of the

YWCA of Princeton and a consultant to nonprofits for 20 years, is

leading a group of volunteers staging an evening workshop,

"Community

Works: Workshops for Volunteer Development," on Thursday, January

27, from 5 to 9:15 p.m. at the Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson

School. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Princeton, it costs $22 including

a box supper. Networking begins the evening and, some say, is one

of the most valuable sessions.

After listening to the keynote speech, participants can attend two

workshops. The choices include using the Internet for your non-profit

organization, managing conflict, asking for money, public speaking,

building an active board, fundraising, accessing foundations and

corporations

for funding, nuts and bolts of a press release, marketing your image,

motivating volunteers, and collaborative projects. Those who register

early get first priority on their choices. Call 609-924-8652 for a

registration form.

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Call for Entries

The New Jersey Apartment Association is accepting nominations for

its Seventh Annual Garden State "Visions of Excellence"

awards,

which recognize outstanding individuals, properties, and services

throughout the state. Categories included Regional Manager of the

Year, Property Manager of the Year, as well as Best Website, Marketing

Plan, and Property Renovation. Submissions are due by February 23.

Management companies must pay a $100 fee for the first entry, $50

for each additional entry. Call 732-247-6661 or visit

http://www.njaa.com.

Entries for the Governor’s Volunteer Awards, which recognize

the admirable volunteer accomplishments of a group or individual,

are being accepted. Volunteer service in the following categories

is recognized: arts, seniors, youth, education, the environment,

health,

human needs, long term service, and mobilization of volunteers. The

deadline is February 18. To receive a nomination packet, call

609-984-3470.

The Business Marketing Association of New Jersey invites

companies,

agencies and individuals to submit their best work for the 2000 Impact

Awards. Creative work may be submitted from numerous categories,

including

print advertising, public relations, direct mail, brochures, annual

reports, audio-visual presentations, broadcast advertising and

computer-based

interactive media. All work must have been produced and used during

1999. Entries must be postmarked February 4. Call 732-417-5601 for

an application.

Working women who need training or retraining can apply for

a Career Development award from the Business & Professional Women

(BPW) of Hightstown/East Windsor. The awards are given to women 25

years of age or older who are continuing or returning to school —

a college or vocational training program. Apply by February 28. Call

609-448-5599 for an application.

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Corporate Angels

KPMG LLP, the accounting, tax and consulting firm with

an office at 989 Lenox Drive, made a generous donation to the Trenton

Area Soup Kitchen, which provides meals to the inner city resident

of Trenton. Call 609-695-5456.

The Hyde and Watson Foundation gave the Mapleton

road-based

Regional Planning Partnership $5,000 to buy a computer projector so

that it can demonstrate its new computer model for master plan

decisions.

Still needed is a laptop computer to complete the setup. The

Partnership

has just analyzed the regions zoning and discovered that most of the

zoning in the three-county area needs to change.

Rider University’s Fine Arts Theater now has a name — the

Yvonne Alexander Spitznagel Theater, thanks to a $250,000 gift from

John Spitznagel and his children, Yvonne and John Jr. Spitznagel

recently retired as president and CEO of Roberts Pharmaceutical, a

16-year-old biotech company with 130 employees based in Eatontown.

He is a Rider journalism graduate (Class of 1963) as was his late

wife (Class of 1964), and both were editors of the student newspaper

and wrote theater reviews. The gift will pay for a modern light board

and sound system, new seating and carpeting, enhanced stage curtains,

and a remodeled lobby.

Neighborhood Housing Services of Trenton just received a $20,000

grant from the Fannie Mae Foundation, a private foundation that

supports national and local nonprofits committed to providing decent

and affordable housing. Call 609-392-5494.

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra is calling U.S. Trust

Company

its corporate philanthropist of the year. U.S. Trust, a wealth

management

company that is responsible for more than $3 billion in assets, has

underwritten NJSO’s Amadeus circle for the past few years. Call

609-734-7755.

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Donations Please

West Windsor-Plainsboro High School is seeking donations for its

post-prom

event, a party to help keep students off the road and in a safe

environment

after the prom. Last year’s party cost over $20,000. To make a

tax-deductible

donation, call 609-799-4071.


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