CUNJ Introduces Foundation to the Community

Posted by Marissa Anema Wednesday, August 21, 2013 11:27:00 AM

EWING, N.J. – Credit Union of New Jersey (CUNJ) held a wine reception Tuesday evening at its headquarters in Ewing, N.J. to introduce the community to its newly formed nonprofit charitable foundation. 

CUNJ president/CEO and CUNJ Foundation Chairman Andy Jaeger introduces the newly formed foundation to the community representatives in attendance.

During the reception, which offered up delicious wine samplings and hors d’oeuvres, CUNJ Foundation Coordinator Sarah Twiggs introduced CUNJ president/CEO Andy Jaeger. Jaeger, the CUNJ Foundation Chairman, introduced the CUNJ Foundation and its mission as well as some of the organizations and initiatives it will support. He also introduced his fellow foundation board members: Robert Vuocolo, Treasurer; Patti Fisk, Secretary; Jaime Gangone; Robin Hickey; Soma Sarkar; and Martin Sofronski.

 

Left: Ewing Township Mayor Bert Steinmann speaks highly of CUNJ’s presence in the community. Right: DeWayne Tolbert, Board President of Anchor House, a major beneficiary of the CUNJ Foundation.   

Ewing Township Mayor Bert Steinmann was in attendance and said a few words about how businesses such as CUNJ that are in touch with the community they serve are good for the growth and prosperity of Ewing Township. 

One major beneficiary of the CUNJ Foundation is Anchor House, a multi-service 501(c)3 agency for runaway, homeless, abused, and at-risk youth and their families. DeWayne Tolbert, Anchor House Board President, thanked CUNJ and its newly founded foundation for their support of its many initiatives for at-risk youth. Anchor House is the sole beneficiary of the foundation’s First Annul 5K Walk/Run on Saturday October 12th.

Lending its support to the CUNJ Foundation, Mid Jersey Chamber of Commerce was represented at the event by Marketing Manager Orsola Anderson.

For more information on the CUNJ Foundation as well as its First Annul 5K Walk/Run in support of Anchor House, visit www.cunjfoundation.org.

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