Sandy Mullaney and Mary Ann Martin
Staying true to their seventy-two year legacy of raising funds to distribute to local charities, on November, 14, 2019, fifty-eight of Monmouth County’s nonprofit organizations took center stage at Monmouth Park Racetrack as Monmouth Park Charity Fund held its 72nd Annual Distribution of Funds Tea. Named after the late Roberta O. Fox, the event was held in the stunning Turf Club were these select organizations were awarded grants for specific programs that provide critical assistance to those at risk and those in need of special services in our community. In a very moving ceremony, representatives from each agency shared how these funds would impact the lives of people in our community. To see the list of agencies and link to their individual websites please CLICK HERE.
Special thanks is extended to Anita and Joseph Roselle. Thomas Sirico, Family First Funding, LLC, and New Jersey Natural Gas for being Event Sponsors of this significant event.
At the Tea a special announcement was made that four additional $5,000 grants will be awarded to agencies for collaborative projects to help expand services by working together. This RFP called “Accomplish More Together” is in its third year and is made possible through a partnership with New Jersey Natural Gas. Last year three grants of $5,000 each were awarded – click here to learn more about last year’s recipients and the projects that were supported.
Throughout its rich seventy-two year history, the Monmouth Park Charity Fund is proud to have supported our community by distributing $9,836,572 in funds since its inception.
“I would like to thank our Board and all of our supporters who make it possible for Monmouth Park Charity Fund to reach so many worthwhile organizations that provide critical services to our families. The Distribution Tea is our way of recognizing our recipient agencies and showcasing the wonderful programs they provide for our community through the grants we provide. We are equally proud that our organization helps agencies build partnerships and provides avenues for them to work together to build stronger programs that help our community”, said Maureen Lloyd, President of the Board of Trustee.