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End of Class, Beginning of Summer Learning

Tue, June 17, 2014

Across the region, school bells are ringing a final time, signaling the end of classes and the official start to summer. But while many people idealize summer as a time when kids are free to be kids, the reality is that when school doors close this month, many students will lose the opportunity to participate in learning activities, resulting in a critical loss of reading and math skills.

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Doing Much Together

Wed, May 21, 2014

Jumpstarting Academic Success with Healthy Breakfast

Tue, April 15, 2014

President’s Newsletter: Creating Impact; Celebrating Our Success

Thu, March 06, 2014

Gov. Christie’s NJ Budget Address

Fri, February 28, 2014

Welcome Kevin Dow!

Wed, February 26, 2014

President’s Newsletter- Change Won’t Happen Without You

Mon, February 10, 2014

Camden’s Born To Read early literacy program receives top honors

Mon, February 03, 2014

President’s Newsletter- Impact: The Gift that Keeps Giving

Tue, December 17, 2013


Camden County, seated just across the Delaware from Philadelphia, is home to seven major healthcare facilities and the nation’s largest soup supplier, Campbell’s Soup Company. It’s also South Jersey’s most populated county with approximately 500,000 residents. United Way has become a vital community innovator and collaborator through collective approaches to problem solving, including the New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids – Camden.

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Day of Action

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NJ Partnership for Healthy Kids

Combating childhood obesity in Camden City

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In 2 Books and Born to Read

Sharing a connection to a good book

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Get Help

2-1-1 connects people with important health and human services in their communities.

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