Caring for Our Communities
Date: December 6, 2021
FBINewarkCAAA, in partnership with Embrace Relief, provided much needed cleaning supplies, electric blankets, space heaters, holiday ornaments, face masks, hand sanitizer and baby wipes to the residents of Manville, NJ.
In September 2021, Hurricane Ida ravaged this community, leaving many of its residents without a place to live. For those that were fortunate to have their homes still standing, flood waters left their homes in dire need of clean up. Thanks to the generosity of our corporate sponsors, individual donors and FBINewarkCAAA members, we helped brighten the lives of many people.
A special thank you to Raritan Central Railway and Lakeland Bank for their ongoing support.
Pictured below are FBINewarkCAAA members Anthony Bavaro, Osman Dulgeroglu ( CEO, Embrace Relief ), Jessica Nichols, Manville PTA Relief Fund, Ron Regen, Board Member, Priti Pandya- Patel, Board Member, Mayor of Manville, Richard Onderko, Edie Peters Liguori, President, John Ercan Tozan, Vice President and Hassan AbuBakr, Board Member.
Qurban Meat Donation with FBINewarkCAAA
Venue: Whitesboro Elementary School
Collaborative Parties: Coalition for Safety Cape May
A donation of 100lbs of ground beef was donated with Embrace Relief to help those in need. Edith Jones and daughter Frances Jones accepted on behalf of The Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro Foodbank.
FBINewarkCAAA Helping New Jersey Fight COVID-19
May 6, 2020 – FBI Newark CAAA donates PPE to St. Joseph’s Home for the Elderly
On behalf of the FBI Newark CAAA, Chapter Secretary Dr. Dora Kontogiannis presented personal protective equipment (PPE) to St. Joseph’s Little Sisters of the Poor in Totowa, New Jersey.
Mother Superior Mary Thomas accepted the donations of face masks and disposable gloves for the home of the elderly.
Our organization provided 100 Masks and 200 Gloves that were donated to the Cape May County Prosecutors Office Hope One Project. These donations will be packaged with items to be given to Operations Helping Hands. Operations Helping Hands will supply packages to those in drug recovery programs and those who are homeless and suffering with addiction in Cape May County.
Here we provided 100 Masks and 200 Gloves that were donated to the Pleasantville, NJ Police Department. They will supply care packages to the homeless living on the streets of Pleasantville, NJ and those in the public who do not have masks.
FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association Conference, San Antonio, Texas
The national conference for the FBINCAAA was held in San Antonio, Texas, on September 5-8, 2018.
The following board members from the FBI Newark CAAA attended the conference: Edie Peters Liguori, Joe Anderson, and John E. Tozan.
Highlights of the conference included keynote speakers, awards program, presentations, face to face chapter meetings, videos, social networking opportunities, and entertainment.