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Somerset Hills Learning Institute

Princeton Day School

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Monmouth University

We would like to thank you and your organization for supporting the Monmouth University Kislak Real Estate Institute Leadership Excellence Award Dinner honoring Jan Kokes, President, The Kokes Oraganization and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, State of New Jersey. Your generous donation helped ensure the success of this event. The proceeds support the Real Estate Institute, which serves to bring the real estate community together with its allied industries and professions through executive and credit bearing education programs. On behalf of the Kislak Real Estate Institute, our honorees and students, we at Monmouth University thank you for your continued support.

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Thank you again for the generous donation for the Febus family’s home. I visited with them yesterday and they couldn’t be more excited…

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Veterans of Foreign Wars

Thanks you for your ongoing commitment to the VFW, and for the veterans, service members and families we serve. I tried calling you today to personally thank you, but was unsuccessful in reaching you…

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Somerset Hills Learning Institute 2015

So many thanks for your continued commitment to improving the lives of children with autism through your very generous support of Somerset Hills Learning Institute. Kitchen Expo’s sense of responsibility to its community is not often seen and it is truly inspiring…

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The Kokes Organization

The fifteenth annual Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey golf outing, held on Monday, May 11th, was a great day! Although the skies decided to open up during registartion, we enjoyed warm and dry weather for golf, as well as the company of wonderful supporters of Caregivers…

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Robin Hood Foundation

Hurricane Sandy did the unimaginable. It left hundreds of thousands of individuals desperate for help. As our neighbors were hurting, you came to their rescue, helping so many quickly get the support they needed. Thank you for caring…

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Gottesman RTW Academy

Thank you so much for providing the beautiful new kitchen cabinets and countertops for the Gottesman RTW Academy, at your cost. Your generosity allows us, as a private, non-profit institution, to continue to provide quality programs and materials for our students. We truly appreciate your kindness. The kitchen looks terrific!
– Director, Gottesman RTW Academy

Spina Bifida Association of the Tri-State Region

On behalf of the Spina Bifida Association of the Tri-State Region, the board and staff, I would like to thank you for helping make our Stroll ‘n Roll for Spina Bifida a success this year.

This year, we raised a net total of over $18,500 with the help of you, our Premier sponsor, and also the walkers, wheelers, and participants who brought pledge money. These funds will enable us to continue providing much needed support and services to those living with spina bifida. We also reached another goal by having more families participate than ever before!

It was truly a pleasure working with you. Thank you again for your support and we look forward to working with you, our newest community neighbor, for our future events!

– Jane Horowitz, Executive Director, Spina Bifida Association of the Tri-State Region

Lynn Crest School

Once again, I would like to thank you for first, considering my entry in the “Scary Kitchen Contest”; second, choosing Lynn Crest School as one of the recipients of your generosity; and finally, following through on your commitment with the donation and installation of the cabinets and countertop. Everything went so smoothly, from my initial conversation with Andrea Gustafson to the quality installation; it was clear we were working with professionals. Your top rate company was the catalyst for a chain of kindness throughout our community (we received other donations from local businesses and many volunteers offered their help). This enabled us to transform our teachers’ kitchen/lounge into a very inviting room where our teachers can enjoy their break and where our Girl Scouts can learn and grow. The change has spread a contagious smile throughout the faculty and staff at Lynn Crest School. We are very proud of our new kitchen and we are very grateful to Kitchen Expo for the donation.
– Lynn Crest School Brownie Troop leader

The Center for Great Expectations

All of us at the Center for Great Expectations wish you a very blessed Christmas. We are so grateful for your donation of the lovely cabinets and installation that are coming to our kitchen. We have been working very hard to shape up the residence since last May. Your donation of cabinets will complete our efforts and we are very appreciative.

Be assured of my prayers for you, your family and all who have been so helpful and generous at Kitchen Expo. I have shared our “Scary” kitchen story with so many people and they are quite impressed that you have responded with such generosity.
– Sister Sheila Murray, Director of Program Outreach, The Center for Great Expectations

White Pine Twig Gourmet Chefs

On behalf of the White Pine Twig of the Community Medical Center Auxiliary, we would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for your participation in our 36th Annual Home Tour, now known as our Gourmet Chefs in Designer Kitchen Tour, by so graciously sponsoring one of our homes. By your participation in this fundraiser, you and the members of our Auxiliary are making a difference in the lives of our neighbors. Again, our sincere thanks to you.
– Co-chairpersons, White Pine Twig Gourmet Chefs in Designer Kitchen Tour

OGCC/Rhonda’s Club

Thank you very much for your generous contribution of $2,500 to OGCC/Rhonda’s Club at our fundraiser on the birthday of one of our beloved founders, Rhonda Oziel. What a wonderful event it was! Not only did we celebrate Rhonda’s spirit, we honored all of our sisters who valiantly brave the challenges and struggles of these debilitating diseases.

Your contribution honors one of our sisters and helps us with top researchers, clinicians, and survivors to share the latest information about new treatment options and scientific findings with local women with the disease.

Thank you once again. Your support helps the OGCC/Rhonda’s Club to undertake these activities that positively change the shape of these awful diseases. We are grateful for your support and expression of hope for the future. We have notified the Oziel family of your generous gift.
– Chair and Vice Chair, OGCC/Rhonda’s Club

Tri-County Care Management Organization

The installation of the cabinets and countertop, which you so graciously donated to our organization, was recently completed. They look absolutely wonderful. Both Dr. Horowitz and myself would like to thank you for your generous gift. Your donation allows us to stretch our budgeted funds and extend our care efforts to the children and families we serve. Again, thanks so much.
-Patrick C. Vitale, Chief Financial Officer and Dr. Richard C. Horowitz, Executive Director, Tri-County Care Management Organization

Somerset Hills Learning Institute

On behalf of the children at the Somerset Hills Learning Institute, I am writing to thank you for your total pledge of $30,000 to our Building Campaign. Our new permanent home will enable us to continue to fulfill our mission: to graduate students, whether to public school or the workplace, as independent, productive citizens.

As you know, a non-profit school for children with autism needs a remarkably wide and caring community to help our children she the symptoms of autism and become skillful social people. Your generosity will help build classrooms where students will learn to speak, indoor and outdoor recreation areas where they will learn to play, and areas to teach daily living skills where they will learn to become independent. Thank you for making all this and so much more possible. The Board of trustees and I appreciate your leadership and the role you have played in our future.
– Executive Director, Somerset Hills Learning Institute

Humanity Newark Women Build II

On behalf of Habitat for Humanity Newark and the Women Build, thank you for your very generous donation to our Harvest for the Home gala. Donations such as yours are what keep the spirit of Habitat alive – inspiring everyone involved in the project. We are so pleased that Women Build was chosen for your gift. The initiative has been so successful that we are hoping to celebrate the dedication of our house in December, allowing our family to spend the holidays in their new home.
– Co-chairs Habitat for Humanity Newark Women Build II

Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center

On behalf of all our children and clinical staff at Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center, my heartfelt gratitude for your generous contribution of $500 in response to Sal Calcagno’s special event on August 12th. We are so deeply grateful to Sal – a very dedicated member of our Board of Trustees – for introducing the work we do to his many friends and colleagues.

We all greatly value this gift to help us improve the lives of the exceptional children in our care. This contribution enables us to further develop the best possible environment for seriously disabled children who, because of their complex medical conditions, spend most of their childhood years at our center. Once again, thank you and good wishes.
– Patricia Tursi, Executive Director, Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center

Kitchen Expo Contributes to Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort

While KitchenEXPO has helped thousands of satisfied customers renovate their kitchens, it is important to note that is has also been and continues to be an active participant in the community. Most recently, KitchenEXPO has committed a portion of sales proceeds to be earmarked to benefit those that need it most in the aftermath of the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy. Unfortunately, this help cannot wait until losses are tallied, insurance claims filed, or for newly realized homeless to find adequate shelter for their families.

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Kitchen Expo Helps Wounded Soldier

United States Military personnel put their lives on the line every day and Kitchen Expo salutes their sacrifice and bravery. As part of our ongoing support, Kitchen Expo has donated bathroom and laundry room cabinets to help Monroe Township resident, Marine Lance Corporal Colin Pascik, who was wounded in Afghanistan in 2010. Pascik, a two-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps, was wounded by an improvised explosive device. His injuries resulted in the amputation of both legs, one below the knee and one above the knee. During his recovery and rehabilitation at Walter Reed Army Hospital, Colin’s spirits have been unbelievably high and his positive attitude has been an example to all who meet him. Kitchen Expo is proud to support Colin’s efforts to return to a normal life and acknowledges all the men and women – here and abroad – who are serving in the United States Military.

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Kitchen Expo Supports Red Cross

Dear Brian, Thank you! Just look at some of the incredible things you helped accomplish in 2012: 110,000 emergency shelter stays provided for those facing large-scale disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires; 400,000 services connecting military members overseas with their loved ones back home; 9.3 million blood products collected across the country by people like you; 4 million people trained in life-saving CPR and emergency response skills, and more

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Kitchen Expo Donates $5,000 to the Spina Bifida Association of the Tri-State Region

The second annual Stroll ‘n Roll for Spina Bifida took place May 15 at the Spruce Run Recreation Area in Clinton. The event was open to all walkers and wheelers – a community event for the entire family. Funds raised from this 2-mile walk and wheel event go to providing services for children, adults and families living with spina bifida, and to educate the public on the prevention of spina bifida. A $17,500 net profit was collected from sponsors, and the 150 participants who registered and raised pledges.

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