Charity

Project Paul Needs Your Help

Project Paul is a Catholic Charity that operates in the parish of Fr Dan Cahill, our State Chaplain Emeritus. One of the biggest services that they provide is a food bank. We have all heard Fr Dan speak about the special meaning that the cause of hunger has for the Irish and how passionately Fr […]

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NJAOH Day of Caring

The NJ State Board has organized this Saturday Nov 17th as a volunteer day to help with hurricane recovery. They are asking for volunteers for clean up type work at two different sites. People should bring items helpful for clean up work (work gloves, water for yourself, shovel, rake, etc) Site 1 – Belmar: ——– […]

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Relief Funds Available For AOH Members

The National AOH Charity and also the NJAOH have both setup Relief Funds for AOH members who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Members who suffered losses can apply to receive relief Funds. The NJAOH is requesting that NJAOH Members send copies of any forms to NJAOH Treasurer Sean Hughes ([email protected]) as well as AOH National. […]

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NJAOH Storm Relief Donations

NJ AOH is accepting financial donations.  NJ AOH is a 501c3 charity and donations can be tax deductible. Payable To: NJAOH Mark Memo: Hurricane Relief Mail To: NJAOH c/o Sean Hughes 19 Mayer Drive Clifton NJ 07012  

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NJ AOH Hurricane Relief Volunteer List

There are many AOH brothers who are looking to volunteer to help NJAOH brothers who have suffered a loss due to Hurricane Sandy. The recovery will entail ongoing efforts that will likely take place in many places over many weeks and months. We are looking to compile a list of brothers who would like to […]

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Hurricane Sandy

Our thoughts and prayers are with the many people who have suffered losses due to Hurricane Sandy. The NJAOH is currently trying to assess needs to determine where our group can best help.   This is a challenge because there are AOH brothers through out the state and the hardest hit areas are also the […]

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Monmouth 2 Raises $14,000 For Wounded Warriors

Monmouth 2 worked through out the summer to raise $14,000 for Wounded Warrior Projects. This money was raised through a golf outing raffle, highway collections, a fund raiser night, and other donations. This money was used to send a team & donation to the Bergen Tank Pull event, sponsor several local Wounded Warrior charity groups, […]

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AOH Pulling For Veterans

Knights of Columbus Tank Pull Committee Founder and Chairman John Hughes awarded Bergen 32 Father Solanus Casey Division a 3rd place trophy for placing 3rd in overall fundraising. The KofC Tank Pull raised more than $60,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project and other local veterans charities. More than 30 teams competed in the competition including […]

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Tank Pull For Wounded Warriors

Members of Monmouth 2 and Bergen 32 participated in the 3rd annual Clifton KofC Tank Pull for wounded warriors.  The event was a great way for brothers from AOH Divisions to come together and share a good time while supporting a worthy cause. Monmouth 2 has used the event as a catalyst to get involved […]

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Gloucester County Irish Festival To Support Local Boy

The Gloucester County AOH is running their first full day festival to support a local boy and his family. Keane Patrick O’Brien is a 4 year old boy who has a rare nervous system disorder called leukodystrophy. Insurance companies are using the rare nature of the disorder as a basis to deny coverage which has […]

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