Live Civilly partners with the Department of Parks and Recreation to provide nutritional and educational services to youth. Through the efforts of a local Youth Volunteer Corps and through partnership with other agencies like the Moorestown Ministerium, Live Civilly provides nutritional after school snacks daily to more than 300 youth per week. Live Civilly also provides a daily lunch to all summer camp scholarship recipients. In the last four years, more than 2,000 lunches have been provided through the Department’s Summer Camp Program. www.livecivilly.org
Mission Voice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to help children with communication issues find their voice through AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) technology. This technology can profoundly affect children both at school and at home. On April 27th, 2019 they sponsored their first RUN/WALK at the Moorestown Friends School. Proceeds from this event funded the Department of Parks and Recreation’s summer month-long camp for 55 children and young adults with disabilities. www.missionvoice.org
MoorArts is an advocate for the arts in the Community. We believe that arts should be regarded as a necessity, not a luxury. An all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the fine and performing arts in our community and schools. Join us throughout the year for a variety of events designed to broaden the arts experience for everyone. Proceeds from our events support MoorArts Scholarships and Teacher Grants for arts-related projects in the public schools. Our success hinges on the active participation of community members who love the arts. Email Contact: email@example.com
MooreKids is affiliated with Moorestown Public Schools. They work to identify and help low income students (from elementary through high school) and provide them access to sports and a variety of extracurricular activities. They sponsor many kids for recreation programs. Their TLC (Teen Leadership Committee) volunteers lend crucial support for many of the Department of Parks and Recreation’s special needs events throughout the year - from summer camp to sports activities. www.moorekids.org
Moorestown Community House Mission Founded in 1923 as a place to strengthen our community by providing a home for all civic, social and recreational activities for individuals, families and organizations, we continue to honor that mission by supporting more than 70 organizations that benefit our community. We collaborate and hold our Summer Concert Series on the lawn of the Community House and in inclement weather the Concerts are held in the ballroom. Www.thecommunityhouse.com
Moorestown Rotary is the world’s premier international humanitarian service organization. They are a diverse global network of community, business, and professional leaders who address relevant social causes to positively change lives and build goodwill and peace locally, nationally and internationally. www.moorestownrotary.org
Moorestown Breakfast Rotary meet on Wednesdays at 7:00am at the Moorestown Community House. They adopted Jeff Young Park located on New Albany and Lenola Roads and have clean ups several times per year along with mulching and planting flowers around the 2 park signs and at the entrance of the New Albany Recreation Center. They donated the Jeff Young Park sign located on New Albany Road.
Moorestown Lunch Rotary meet on Thursdays at 12:15pm at the Moorestown Community House. They adopted Frank Fullerton Park located on Linden and Third Streets and have cleanups several times per year. They also donate funds to the department to scholarship children to attend the Parks and Recreation summer camps.
Moorestown AMP Rotary (Alternate Meeting Place) meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 5:45pm at Harvest Seasonal Grille in the Moorestown Mall. They adopted the Dog Park located on Westfield Road and have cleanups several times per year along with mulching and planting flowers at the park entrance.
Perkins Center for the Arts’ history dates back to the Perkins family’s presence as early as 1815. Perkins Center for the Arts began as an independent, non-profit, arts organization in 1977 and has been central to the arts and cultural community throughout the region since its inception. Perkins fosters and empowers artistic expression across the diverse southern New Jersey region. Perkins supports interdisciplinary and intercultural education through unique programming and by subsidizing scholarships and programs for other organizations. Perkins’ programs encompass many disciplines, from the fine and performing arts to dance, storytelling, photography, and pottery for children and adults. Perkins has built a vibrant arts community serving all of New Jersey from their two locations, the original in Moorestown at 395 Kings Highway and a second location in Collingswood, NJ which opened in 2002. The Moorestown Parks and Recreation Department has been fortunate to collaborate with the Perkins Center for the Arts through the Summer Concert Series that takes place weekly throughout the summer in Moorestown. www.perkinsarts.org
STEM (Save the Environment of Moorestown) www.stemonline.org