The water safety program provides education and flotation devices for children who are at risk for drowning. Our Injury Prevention staff educates – both in-person and on a virtual platform – state police, boaters and summer camp personnel on the importance of personal flotation devices for saving lives.
The Need: $23,000
Child Passenger Safety Technicians Training Program
Four college students will take a 10-week training program to become Child Passenger Safety Technicians and conduct injury prevention programs for children and adults throughout Morris, Warren, and Sussex counties.
The Need: $25,000
If you have any questions, or if you would like to support a funding need, please contact Susan Johns, foundation officer, at 973-593-2413.
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That’s the number of NJ kids diagnosed with autism. The good news? Our donor-funded expansion of the Child Development and Autism Center has resulted in earlier intervention. Wait times dropped from 6 months to a matter of weeks for new autism evaluations of kids 5 and younger.
“It wasn’t a good prognosis. It was either going to turn out very bad, or very good. It turned out very good, but he was hanging on a thread for a while.”
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