2014 HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE

 

 

The combined efforts of The Fanwood Police Department, Fanwood PBA, Fanwood Boro Offices, Fanwood Municipal Court  and the residents of the communities of Fanwood and Scotch Plains have truly impacted over 100 children’s lives in Union County this Holiday season with the dedication of the Giving Tree to Parents as Teachers program. The generous gift giving brightens up the lives of these impoverished families. The educational gifts assisted in one of the goals of the program, to improve school readiness for these children. The staff of Parents as Teachers have been busy delivering these presents to the homes and the children’s eyes just light up when they are given a present from Santa.  Parents as Teachers would like to thank all of the wonderful members of the Fanwood Community and members of the Fanwood Borough offices, Police and Fire Department, and PBA for their support. We would especially like  to thank Diane Howarth for facilitating all of the details of this project. 

 

 

Thanks again.

Jenny Fishebein

PARENTS AS TEACHERS

JFK Hospital

The Fanwood Police Department is coordinating a holiday gift donation for, Parents as Teachers program in Union County. A giving tree with ornaments for each child will be located outside of Borough Hall on Tuesday, November 26th . PLEASE TAKE AN ORNAMENT and return the unwrapped gift (with the tag attached) by Friday December 13 to either the Fanwood Police Department, ask for me or bring it to Borough Hall. The Parents as Teachers home visitation program provides services to 60 families in Union County. The anticipated goals for our program are to improved pregnancy outcomes, increased parent involvement in children’s care and education, improved child health and development, prevention of child abuse and neglect, increase school readiness.
I should point out that the gift in many cases will be the only gift under the tree for the child. Thank you so much. If you have any questions please contact Dianne Howarth - (908) 322-5000 ext. 115