Walter MacDonald, President and Chief Executive Officer of ETS, received an award at the Alzheimer’s New JerseyGala. This was for his work improving the lives of people who are affected by Alzheimer’s.
Educational Testing Service, or ETS, strives to help advance the quality and equity in education regardless of an individual’s circumstances. They do this by providing fair and valid assessments, research, and related services. ETS has sponsored Alzheimer’s New Jersey’s Walk to Fight Alzheimer’s event for the past 15 years and plan to for 15 more. The Walk to Fight Alzheimer’s encourages people to donate in order to improve the condition of Alzheimer’s patients and their families. In fact, the patients and their families receive 100 percent of the donations.
The last letter of ETS is service, therefore it’s in the employees’ DNA to help others. MacDonald believes in fighting the disease and helping the community. MacDonald is honored to accept the award on behalf of ETS and praises Alzheimer’s New Jersey’s work.
To learn more or to donate, visit AlzNJ.org. To learn more about ETS, visit ETS.org.
From NJ native and chef James Avery, Farmly is a new restaurant in Sea Girt serving convenient, high quality meats and home-style sides, meant to be enjoyed in or taken home. #HipNJ has the scoop on this brand new eatery!
Farmly Neighborhood Kitchen was founded in 2018 by chef James Avery to bring nourishing food from “farm to family” with soulful home cooking in between. Serving slow-cooked meats, home-style sides and options for every diet, they aim to raise the bar in every area of dining.
All of Farmly’s food is prepared thoughtfully by chefs with premium and purposeful ingredients from farmers who share their values of wholesomeness and authenticity.
Click here to check out the menu, and be sure to try it out!
What are three things that everyone loves on their birthdays? Cookies, eating without regrets, and being around friends! You agree? Well so do the people at Bonny Neiman, which is why they contributed to the Cookies 4 Kids fundraiser by selling cookies at their store and donating 15% of the sales!
Deciding that they wanted to contribute to the fundraiser just a few days before hand, they were happy to see the outcome and support they had from family and friends. The amount of people that freed their schedules to help contribute to this cause was truly remarkable.
Because Bonny Neiman and Sue Ananian did so so well selling at their store, they’re continuing their cookie spree. This Saturday and Sunday 6/16 and 17 from 8am to 4pm they will be at 429 Rockaway Valley Road, Boonton Township NJ at the lacrosse tournament.
To visit their website, or to gain more information Click Here.