The Livingston Township Council issued a proclamation declaring November 27th to be “Giving Tuesday” in Livingston and encouraging “all citizens to join together to give back to the community in any way that is personally meaningful.” Giving Tuesday is celebrated every year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and is intended as a counterweight to the consumerism of Black Friday. The day celebrates giving back and helping others.
The proclamation was proposed by Livingston-based Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey (CPNJ), which operates two special needs schools, three group homes and its administrative headquarters in town. CPNJ is supported by more than 850 volunteers each year. “Livingston residents have been so wonderfully supportive of our programs,” said Amy Fagan, the agency’s Coordinator of Volunteers. “This is a great time of year to think about getting involved and giving some of your time to help others and we’re very grateful to the members of the Council for their leadership on this important issue.”
To volunteer any time, please contact Amy Fagan at (973) 821-8115 or at email@example.com.
Caption: Members of the Township Council present CPNJ’s Coordinator of Volunteers, Amy Fagan, with the proclamation for Giving Tuesday. Pictured: Amy Fagan and Horizon Elementary School students Tina and Mike with (from left to right) Council Member Rudy Fernandez, Mayor Shawn Klein, Council Member Alfred Anthony, Council Member Micheal Silverman, and Deputy Mayor Edward Meinhardt
On Tuesday, over 100 volunteers helped students at our CPNJ Horizon Elementary and Horizon High School go Trunk – or – treating. Volunteers decorated their cars and handed out candy to all the students at Horizon! Everyone had a wonderful time and we would like to extend a huge thank you to all the volunteers for giving our students a wonderful #Halloween!