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Mike Moynihan

Mike Moynihan

A Breakfast of Champions

Thu, October 23, 2014

A Breakfast of Champions

Camden City School District was named among Advocates for Children of New Jersey’s School Breakfast Champions, a recognition reserved for the top 20 New Jersey school districts with the highest percent of eligible students eating breakfast.

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Attendance – The First Step in Academic Success

Tue, September 09, 2014

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By middle school, chronic absenteeism is a better predictor than test scores of which children are at-risk of dropping out.

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Doing Much Together

Wed, May 21, 2014

Doing Much Together

The event was dedicated to honoring all that is possible when we work together for a stronger community, and we were proud to acknowledge the following companies for their ongoing, steadfast support of our work in Camden County.

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Jumpstarting Academic Success with Healthy Breakfast

Tue, April 15, 2014

Jumpstarting Academic Success with Healthy Breakfast

Studies show that eating breakfast helps students achieve academically by contributing to higher reading, math and standardized test scores, sharper memory, improved focus and better problem-solving skills.

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Camden’s Born To Read early literacy program receives top honors

Mon, February 03, 2014

Camden’s Born To Read early literacy program receives top honors

This year, Born to Read, an early literacy program co-directed by United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey in Camden County and Center For Family Services, was selected as a one of 31 Pacesetters across the country.

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Investing in Leadership and Capacity for a Stronger Camden County Community

Thu, December 05, 2013

Investing in Leadership and Capacity for a Stronger Camden County Community

To create community-level impact, we must invest in the capacity of our area’s nonprofit community as a whole and support those agencies that play a direct role in ensuring everyone in our community is safe and healthy.

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LIVE UNITED for Our Children’s Education

Mon, October 07, 2013

LIVE UNITED for Our Children’s Education

Through our Impact Fund, we invest in programs that prepare kids to enter school ready to learn, ensure they are reading proficiently by the end of third grade and keep them on track to graduate from high school, college and career ready.

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Improving health and communities through play

Wed, July 17, 2013

Improving Health and Communities Through Play

To help get more kids active, Jaws Youth Playbook recently awarded the New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids - Camden (NJPHK-C), co-directed by UWGPSNJ, a $50,000 grant to expand their CATCH Program.

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Celebrating our Collective Impact

Mon, May 06, 2013

Celebrating our Collective Impact

To celebrate this incredible support and collective impact, UWGPSNJ in Camden County held its annual awards celebration on May 1, where we recognized local corporate partners, donors, advocates and volunteers.

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Improving Health Support Access for the Homeless

Tue, April 16, 2013

Improving Health Support Access for the Homeless

UWGPSNJ in Camden County has partnered with the Camden Coalition of Health Care Providers and the Community Planning & Advocacy Council to launch the Urban Home and Health Initiative.

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