Continuing the tradition of giving back, fundraising or promoting - we have been honored to work with the organizations listed below and encourage you to check out these great groups and causes.
Asbury Park's St. Patrick Day Parade
.In 2013 a small committee gathered to craft a parade that celebrates St. Patrick while acknowledging the diversity of the people & culture of Asbury Park. Much thought and planning went into the original concept to make certain that it was all inclusive and unique to Asbury Park while still incorporating the most loved traditions of a good old fashioned parade.
The committee has grown and evolved along with the parade. Each year there is a beloved local participation from our honored veterans, to local Boy & Girl Scout troops, dance schools, high school marching bands, bicyclcists, animal rescue group, classic cars, regional pipe & drum groups and first responders, national & international award winning mummers, clowns, roller girls, live bands on floats to Asbury Park's beloved zombies and so much more!
Each year the AP St. Patrick's Day Parade has donated to charitable organizations including AP Little League, The Center, AP Historical Society, the Victims of the Orlando Shooting, AP FD Local 384 and AP Recreation.
Although several fundraisers are held throughout the year, mostly in January and February, and in addition to funds raised by personal solicitation and sponsors, the parade is in need of additional funds to bring the best parade to A.P. and to continue the goal of giving back to charitable organizations that are always in need
Asbury Park St. Patrick's Day Parade is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
The Asbury Park St. Patrick's Day Parade is held on the second Sunday of every March.
Boys and Girls Club of Monmouth County
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Monmouth County is open to all children ages 5 1⁄2 – 18 and is open to all members during operating hours. Our after-school program runs weekdays from 2:30-6:00 PM, with snacks and dinner being served to every member. Our teen program operates Tuesday – Friday in the evenings until 9:00 PM.
Great Futures Start Here!
Mary's Place by The Sea
PROVIDING A PLACE FOR WOMEN WITH CANCER TO HEAL:
MIND, BODY, AND SOUL
Mary’s Place by the Sea is a respite home for women who are receiving treatment for cancer. We provide services that complement their medical treatment, including oncology massages, nutrition education, individual counseling, Reiki, guided meditation, expressive writing, and yoga. Mary’s Place by the Sea is not a medical facility with medical staff. We offer integrative services to women with cancer and provide rest and support during this challenging time in their lives. They are empowered with knowledge that will aid them on their road to healing.
Since 2009, nearly 8,000 women with cancer have become "guests" of Mary's Place by the Sea.
Our new home is located at 22 Main Avenue in Ocean Grove. Please call 732-455-5344 for more information.
Light of Day
The Light of Day Foundation, Inc., utilizes the power of music to raise money and awareness in its continuing battle to defeat Parkinson’s disease and related illnesses such as PSP and ALS within our lifetime.
The Foundation’s mission is to fund research into possible cures, improved treatments and support for patients who suffer from those illnesses, their families and their caregivers to help improve their quality of life. The primary fundraising efforts are an annual series of concerts held in Asbury Park, NJ. Since its inception in 2000, Light of Day has raised over $4.5 million in the fight to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease. What began as a single concert in New Jersey has grown into approximately seventy shows in thirteen countries on 3 continents including North America, Europe and Australia!
Little Kids Rock
a national nonprofit that is dedicated to building a world where kids can live rich, purposeful lives by ensuring that all public school children have the opportunity to unlock their inner music makers.
Fulfill - Food Banks of Monmouth and Ocean Counties
Hunger Won’t Win Here
The FoodBank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties is now Fulfill. We’ve changed our name, because we’re doing more than ever to change lives in our communities for the better.
Our new name reflects the fact that today we focus on more than food distribution. It reflects our commitment to fulfill more of the needs of our neighbors and win the battle against hunger. It reflects our comprehensive approach that goes beyond providing food and helps those in need get to a place where they can get back on their feet for good.
Ending hunger in our communities is a complex challenge, so Fulfill provides a full suite of programs to provide the resources people need to become self-sufficient.