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Organized Effort to Clean the Bayshore Post-Sandy [AUDIO]

When the lights and power came back on after the superstorm, residents of the Bayshore Region saw almost unfathomable destruction first-hand.

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Friends Helping Friends Holds Fifth Annual Fundraiser [AUDIO]

Ocean County-based Friends Helping Friends of New Jersey is gearing up to hold their 5th Annual Golf Outing and Dinner Gift Auction Gala Event.

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The charity launched five years ago to help friends battling cancer ease the financial burden of their mounting medical bills. After seeing the success

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Charity Races Honor Autumn Pasquale [AUDIO]

A pair of races being held this month are paying tribute to the memory of Autumn Pasquale, who was tragically murdered in October 2012.

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Marine Mammal Stranding Center Faces Budget Concerns [AUDIO]

The Brigantine-based Marine Mammal Stranding Center is dealing with financial hurdles after an unusually busy summer.

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Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive Officer of Barnabas Health, (third from right) announced the system-wide expansion of the Matthew J. Morahan III Health Assessment Center for Athletes (MJM) offering cardiac screenings, baseline concussion testing and education for youth athletes.  Gathered with Mr. Ostrowsky are: (l to r) David Diehl, NY Giants; Diana Toto, Coordinator of MJM Center; Senator M. Teresa Ruiz; Marc Goldberg, parent and Livingston resident; Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs; Assemblyman Thomas Giblin; and Dr. Jim Stefankiewicz, Superintendent of Red Bank Regional Schools.
Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive Officer of Barnabas Health, (third from right) announced the system-wide expansion of the Matthew J. Morahan III Health Assessment Center for Athletes (MJM) offering cardiac screenings, baseline concussion testing and education for youth athletes. Gathered with Mr. Ostrowsky are: (l to r) David Diehl, NY Giants; Diana Toto, Coordinator of MJM Center; Senator M. Teresa Ruiz; Marc Goldberg, parent and Livingston resident; Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs; Assemblyman Thomas Giblin; and Dr. Jim Stefankiewicz, Superintendent of Red Bank Regional Schools.
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Barnabas Health Expands Program for Young Athletes [AUDIO]

Continuing their efforts to raise awareness on cardiac issues and concussions in young athletes, Barnabas Health announced last week the statewide expansion of the Matthew J. Morahan III Health Assessment Center for Athletes.

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Cycling Event Benefits Multiple Sclerosis Support Services [AUDIO]

More than 7,000 cyclists are expected for the annual Bike MS: City to Shore Ride, which gets underway next weekend in Cherry Hill.

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Asbury Park Restaurant Partners with Sandy Charity [AUDIO]

Asbury Park restauranteur Marilyn Schlossbach is partnering with post-Sandy charity, Table Talk, to help with the storm healing.

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“Lisa’s Light Foundation” Pushes for Domestic Violence Awareness [AUDIO]

An Ocean County charity is honoring a friend and family member, who's life was tragically cut short following a vicious cycle of domestic violence.

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Grant Address Post-Sandy Mental Health Issues [AUDIO]

As part of their $5 million pledge to the Sandy recovery, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently donated a $735,780 grant to provide funding to cover gaps in mental health services for storm survivors.

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Jackson Charity Remembers Ryan Mogila [AUDIO]

Following Jackson native Ryan Mogila's untimely death last March, a group of friends and family launched the RJM Sports Group in his honor.

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