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by Forthe Peoplenj
An Atlantic City community member, and member of FTP-AC is in need of mutual aid. He is no longer homeless as of a week ago, and needs $2300 by Thursday to remove a lien from his car and ensure his financial stability for the time being.
by Sir-Honey Davenport
Miss'd America is a charity pagent held in atlantic city every year. it helps to raise funds for various LGBT organzition all over the country. This year I was chossen out of 100's of applicants to compete but pageants are extramly expensive and I ...
by Atlantic City Ballet
31 years ago Ms. Phyllis Papa had a dream to bring a classical ballet company to Southern New Jersey. Her dream is finally being realized! In 2014 we moved back to Atlantic City where it all started. Help us Go Back To The Future and stay there.
by Pauline Enriquez
Ed Paraiso needs financial help for life-saving medical aid. He was a victim of an attempted murder and now suffers a burnt esophagus that needs surgery. His family is living on his wife's average income and they need help.
by Team H.O.P.E
Stop the Heroin helps people transition from rehab into sober living. Our team is a group of men and woman that drugs has touch our lives in every aspect. We are addicts, we've lost loved ones, and we still love the sick suffering addicts in our lives.
by Dante's Ryders
We are walking for Dante. Years back Dante had a tragic accident that required multiple surgeries and the use of pain medications. The pain was constant which meant he used the meds often. This started his downward spiral with addiction.
by In Memory of Josh
Addiction is a horrible disease, losing a family member to it is even worse. Please help support us as we walk to help raise money for a great cause.. Stop the Heroin helps people transition from rehab into sober living. Show your sport by donating!!
by Teresa Salvatore
Melissa Inskip didn't cry when flooding from Hurricane Sandy rushed into her family's Brigantine home, submerging the entire first floor and displacing them. She held her composure when she and other storm victims were comforted by President Barack Obama
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