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The Center for Non-Profits is New Jersey’s state association of non-profits. For more than 30 years since its founding in 1982, the Center remains New Jersey's only umbrella organization for all charities in the state. Through advocacy, management assistance and cost-saving programs, the Center provides non-profits with knowledge, insights and tools so they can pursue their missions more effectively. The Center strengthens non-profits, individually and collectively, by:
Championing and Protecting
The non-profit community as an essential part of the social and economic well-being of New Jersey and its residents.
The most comprehensive information about New Jersey non-profits
Advocating for non-profits in Trenton and Washington
Communicating the value of non-profits through research and public education
Uniting our state's non-profits around common goals
and promoting best practices to foster effective, ethical organizations in furtherance of the public good.
In this episode of Live Fron Trenton we’ll discuss the leading issues affecting NJ non-profits with Linda M. Czipo, Executive Director of the NJ Center for Non-Profits
LAN Associates, a full service, engineering, planning, architecture, and surveying firm, recently celebrated its 50th Anniversary. Founded in Paterson in 1965 by John A. Lacz and now based in Midland Park, NJ, LAN Associates employs nearly 80 people. Since its creation, LAN Associates has completed over 29,000 projects throughout the region and works on over $100 million dollars of construction projects each year for municipal, educational, hospitality, ecclesiastical, senior living, and private clients.
LAN Associates service a variety of federal, state, county, and municipal governments, housing authorities, boards of education, Fortune 500 companies, foreign companies, religious facilities, and private clients. LAN’s main office is located in Midland Park, Bergen County, New Jersey; with a second location in Goshen, Orange County New York and a satellite office Trumbull, Connecticut.
Its most recent high profile project was the design of the James Monroe Elementary School in Edison that was destroyed in a 2013 fire.
Today on “Live From Trenton” we will learn about trends in building in New Jersey, architectural changes over the years and the challenges posed in dealing with major projects with municipalities, churches, schools and private companies as we speak with LAN Associates President Kenneth Karle. He is in charge of architectural design and architectural engineering and is in charge of master planning, conceptual design, feasibility planning, and project management for all major architectural projects for LAN Associates.
The Jumah Khutbah will be done by Imam Benjamin Bilal, from Trenton, New Jersey. The Jumah Khutbah is the sermon that is given before the weekly prayer is performed by Muslims.
Trenton New Jersey Take Over on 1st fam radio tonite (9:30pm til 11:30pm eastern) there will be talks about Upcoming events and more for the town you don't wanna miss this listen live at www.blogtalkradio.com/1stfamradio or www.1stfamradio.com if you would like to speak to him call in live (917)889-8297 1stfamradio
The Mental Health Association in New Jersey has started a service to help address the growing number of opiate addictions in the state. The NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line number is 855-652-3737 (TTY: 877-294-4356). NJ Connect for Recovery is also unique because it is the only call line in New Jersey specifically focused on individuals and families coping with addiction to heroin and prescription painkillers.
This service is a safe, confidential, nonjudgmental place that New Jerseyan may call to connect, grow and transform through a unique combination of supportive counseling services. People calling on behalf of themselves have access to a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Those calling on behalf of a family member or friend are connected to a Peer Specialist who understands the unique and complex effect of addiction on personal relationships.
On our show we will talk with Stephanie Mulfinger, LCSW, Director of Call Center Services and Don Hebert, Volunteer Coordinator for NJ Connect for Recovery, about the urgent need for this line, how it works and how the community can get involved.
Trenton Loyd is called to be an agent of change by effectively ministering the word of God in various forms. He is a playwright, actor, producer, entrepreneur, and above all a preacher of the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ. In 2007 he answered the call to ministry and was ordained as a Youth Pastor. For the past eight years his ministry has flourished, providing him the opportunity to effect the lives of many. In 2011 he founded No Reputation Ministries, a group of young adults focused on being a voice for the voiceless through stage plays and outreach efforts.While serving in the office of a Pastor, God gifted him with a special gift to personify his sermons in a creative expression by using the arts. He then began to hold community events displaying skits, and illustrated sermons which appealed to a broad audience. Eventually this innovative form of ministry demanded a weekly annual event, at which time Trenton Loyd opened a studio and founded The Gathering in Arlington, TX. Weekly hundreds of young adults pile into a studio to hear and see the demonstrated word of truth. In 2013 he enrolled in The Potter’s House School of Ministry. After two years of theological studies and practical application for ministry he received a ministerial license.As a creator Trenton has written five sold out plays, one of them catching the attention of Cora Jakes Coleman. Afterwards Trenton was invited by Cora Jakes Coleman to write a Christmas play which was performed at The Potters House of Dallas; under the leadership of the world renowned Bishop T.D. Jakes. After a stellar performance he was given the opportunity to create a production to be presented at Mega Fest, for MegaKids.
1- ITP interviews NYC Legend & former NBA NJ Net standout Kenny Anderson! We will discuss his career and what he is up to today!!
This weeks Jumah Khutbah service will be done by Imam Benjamin Bilal of Masjid Taqwa, in Trenton, NJ
It will be followed by a rebroadcast of Imam Wallace Deen Mohammed "Keeping the Promise - 1st Corinthians Baptist Church, Harlem, NY 04/16/2005" ... then followed by a broadcast by Imam Faheem Shuaibe "The Evolution of Rights"
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