On September 26th, 2019, the Spring Street Community Development Corporation (CDC) honored Ed Danberry with an award of recognition, "...for your generosity and support to the Table of Hope and Spring Street CDC." The award was presented at the 2019 Beefsteak for Hope event in Whippany, NJ where Ed Danberry was an honoree. Click here
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In recognition of Ed Danberry's generosity and dedication to MEND's mission, he was presented with the 2019 Community Partner Award for the donation of the "Green Bean Bus." You may have read about MEND's wonderful work in our community in our previous article, "Green Bean" Bus Donated to Anti-Hunger Organization" The award was presented to
Our founder, Ed Danberry, was recently featured on Anthony Gruppo's podcast, "The Roots of Leadership." He describes Danberry as a "A Man with a Gentle Tenacity to Do Good." Ed Danberry is a former Army veteran whose never give up attitude and philanthropic outlook on business and life has positioned him into the successful leader that
Listen to Podcast Here>> Anthony Gruppo's "The Roots of Leadership" podcast guest brings humor and personality that will keep you truly entertained as he illuminates his journey to success. As a “true renaissance man” Rupert Holmes’ list of accomplishments is endless. He is a mystery novelist, playwright - a True Renaissance Man.
Morris County's oldest black congregation, Bethel African Episcopal Methodist Church, was first established in 1843. This historic church was vandalized in late November, its marquee glass sign smashed. Civic Duty Partners restored the sign and arranged to replace the HVAC system as the congregation could not hold winter services in the church due
The Sisterhood of Empowerment, along with the Elizabeth Coalition for the Homeless, hosted a Christmas party for homeless families on December 18, 2017. CDP provided gifts for the children, and Santa was in attendance to bring holiday cheer.