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I am able."The camp is based on the theory that resilience is the foundation of hope, and hope is what motivates individuals to achieve their goals. According to the Center of Applied Research for Non-Profit Organizations at the University of Oklahoma, in its first published evaluation of the Camp HOPE model, there is a significant increase in Hope in a pre-test, post-test design among campers.So as the name Camp HOPE implies, much of the emphasis with campers is on fostering hope (and having fun! These are compelling results, since the Center notes in its report, “One week can have an unbelievable and significant impact on a child’s life in regards to self-esteem, emotional stability, and confidence,” remarks Amber Szuch, JBWS Director of the Children’s Program.
The runners, motivated by their commitment to end domestic violence, trained for months to prepare for the challenging 72-mile relay across New Jersey beginning in Lambertville on the Delaware River and ending at the beach in Manasquan.Special thanks to the Somerset Hills Country Club staff for giving our golfers the opportunity to play on this nationally recognized course. Lee was formally recognized on May 22, during the 23rd annual JBWS Grand Tastings event held at the Pleasantdale Chateau in West Orange.The evening attracted a record 400 guests who sampled the creative gourmet dishes served by two dozen of the area’s top chefs.“We are so pleased that Patti Lee will continue her work with JBWS through her service on our advisory board, remarks Patricia Sly of Chester and CEO of JBWS.Jersey Battered Women’s Service is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to the prevention and treatment of domestic violence and is based in Morris County.
“Too many boys don’t know how to handle situations when they hear or see something that’s inappropriate in a relationship. September 2016 - With the full support of the JBWS Board of Directors, JBWS is undertaking its first philanthropic campaign in 15 years.