CDP was proud to run the NFL Alumni's Optimal Bowl at Giants Stadium. The Optimal Bowl is a fun filled event for adults and kids. The event included teams playing touch football with the NFL Alumni as coaches.
CDP has partnered with award-winning BBQ chain Red White and Que Smokehouse to serve Veterans. The "Buy a Veteran a Meal" program was inspired by a shared vision to honor our military veterans. In-store, the restaurant offers "Vet Meal" gift cards that our customers can buy and then donate towards feeding
Our Women & Wildlife Awards recognized outstanding women for their achievements in protecting New Jersey's endangered and threatened wildlife in four categories - Leadership, Inspiration, and Education and Service. The event, featuring keynote speaker former Governor Tom Kean, continues Conserve Wildlife's twelve-year tradition of honoring women for their success in protecting, managing, restoring,
The Sisterhood of Empowerment, led by Pat Brown, administers aid to the homeless and less fortunate by coordinating volunteer efforts and donations for the greater good. For the holiday season, they’ve put together a “Rep Your City” drive along with co-sponsors Assemblyman Jamel C. Holley (D-20th Legislative District) and Councilwoman Andrea Staten (Roselle) to create
Many thanks to Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini, former WBA lightweight titleholder, for joining us at a fundraiser at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark, NJ.
Observed annually on November 11, Veterans Day is an important holiday that honors military veterans who served our country. Coinciding with other holidays such as Armistice Day and Remembrance Day that mark the anniversary of end of World War I, the first Armistice Day was observed in 1919. President Woodrow
CDP was proud to sponsor a women's conference held by Discover a New Future. The donation made by CDP covered the Speakers' Honorium.
CDP sponsored an event for Veterans after the GySgt John Basilone parade in Bradley Gardens, NJ. We were honored to be in the presence of two WWII Iwo Jima survivors, Angelo Ciotta and Larry Pinto.
CDP donated two buses to Urban Promise, an organization devoted to equip Camden's children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth, and Christian leadership. Founded in a dusty church basement nearly thirty years ago, Urban Promise got its start originally as a summer camp but has since grown
The Sisterhood of Empowerment was on hand this past Easter to ensure a joyous holiday was shared with homeless families in shelters. Thanks to generous donations and kind volunteers, 160 baskets were assembled and distributed to Elizabeth and Newark YMCA housing families. A a special thanks is in order to Danielle from Rivers of the