Bradley Visual Co.
MLK Day of Service Project
“Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?” In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., our building was alive with volunteers who came out to serve their community yesterday. Bridgeton’s AmeriCorps and Families to College lead projects that created handmade dog/cat toys for Cumberland County SPCA - NJ, hygiene kits for our local homeless and Services Empowering Rights of Victims of Camden County’s street outreach and fed the hungry at Bethany Grace Community Church. A special thank you to our volunteers, including Nurture2Love who brought out our youth to serve, SNJ Today for news coverage and Bradley Visual Co. (www.bradleyvisualco.com) who donated time in creating this video that highlights a project from the day. Change comes from within the community and we admire those who show up, give back and give hope.❤️
Hopeloft Resource Fair
The Hopeloft in Downtown Bridgeton hosted a resource fair on the 12th. Providing a one stop location for people to come to and get information on city services, financial planning, and other programs in the area. -------------------------------------- Website: https://snjtoday.com/