Hopatcong Philanthropy Below National...

Hopatcong Philanthropy Below National Average

There are 1 comment on the Patch.com story from Aug 21, 2012, titled Hopatcong Philanthropy Below National Average. In it, Patch.com reports that:

According to theA Chronicle of Philanthropy's report on "How America Gives," A Hopatcong falls below the national average when it comes to donating to charity.

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Eric Moss

Paterson, NJ

#1 Aug 21, 2012
Hey there
saw this and just wanted to mention that I am a Hopatcong resident and I just had to speak up. One I have a charity project entitled rebar to ribbons where I take pieces of rebar (steel bars meant for reinforcing concrete) and bend it into ribbon shapes and paint them for cancer patients to show them the power of the human spirit in return for a donation to be made to the American Cancer Society. The other thing I have going on is I am running a workshop on Sept 22nd where all of the proceeds will benefit the children of St. Jude's Children's hospitals. If $1000 or more is raised, I will bend a steel bar with the bridge of my nose.

Hopatcong itself might not give, but there are a couple of us that live here that do.

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