Many causes are near and dear to our hearts here at Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, PC. We believe that by volunteering for organizations and raising awareness through service and fundraising, more people in our community can receive support. If you would like to learn more about these organizations, please click on the links below.
The Women’s Center at the County College of Morris is a nonprofit program which provides career counseling and other supportive services. Partner Mark Wechsler saw tremendous value in the Women’s Center, which over the past 25 years, has helped thousands of women who are divorced, separated, victims of domestic violence, or single parents become economically independent. For more information, please visit https://www.ccm.edu/womens-center/.
Co-managing partner Pat Barbarito was born and raised in Paterson, NJ, and as such, she truly appreciates the impact of Eva’s Village on the Paterson community. Eva’s Village is a faith-based, nonprofit, comprehensive social services organization providing care and support to people who are struggling with poverty, hunger, homelessness, and addiction. The organization provides a recovery-oriented community of supportive services which include food, shelter, addiction and mental health treatment, childcare, job training, medical and dental care, and housing. For more information, please visit https://evasvillage.networkforgood.com/.
Caroline Vandemark lost her life to the most aggressive form of brain cancer at the age of 22. As someone close to Caroline’s family, it is important to Pat Barbarito to raise awareness and funds to conquer brain and spine tumors and support research. To learn more about this 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization please visit www.carolinefund.com.
The Grotta Fund for Senior Care is committed to improving the lives of older adults living in Essex, Union, Morris, Sussex and eastern Somerset counties. Of special importance to co-managing partner Gary Botwinick, the Grotta Fund serves to create a better environment for older adults to age in community, expand resources and awareness of community services, address emerging needs, and expand enriching, meaningful involvement in community. For more information, please visit https://grottafund.org/.
More than 900,000 people in New Jersey face hunger every day, and nearly 270,000 of them are children. When they don’t have enough food to eat, they can suffer direct and dramatic effects on their physical development and mental wellbeing. Einhorn Barbarito donates to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey to help families. For more information about New Jersey’s largest anti-hunger and anti-poverty organization, please visit http://www.cfbnj.org.
EINHORN, BARBARITO, FROST & BOTWINICK ALSO CONTRIBUTES TO THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS
Donations to CASA help to train and support court-appointed volunteer advocates who protect the best interests of children who have been abused or neglected. CASA is a nationwide movement of tens of thousands of people who work tirelessly to ensure that every child who needs a best-interest advocate can have one. For more information, please visit http://www.casaforchildren.org.
Provides shelter for homeless men, women, families and Safe Haven guests with case management, transportation, money management, employment assistance, housing search assistance and daily living skills training. Referral services for counseling, substance abuse intervention and prevention are also provided. For more information, please visit https://www.homelesssolutions.org/.
Wholly owned subsidiary of Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ – a wholly owned subsidiary of Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ – is the largest community foundation in New Jersey and serves as Federation’s planned giving and endowment arm. Together with Federation and our partner agencies, we offer many ways to live generously, connect with our heritage, and build a vibrant Jewish community. For more information, please visit https://www.jfedgmw.org/.
The mission of Oasis is to change the lives of women and children by breaking the cycle of poverty through compassionate programs designed to feed, clothe, educate, and empower women and children in need.
In 2017-2018, Oasis helped 700 women and children daily, 67,000 meals served including breakfast and lunch, 170 children enjoyed summer camp and 432 women were given health & wellness assessments by social workers. For more information, please visit https://oasisnj.org/about-us.
Roots & Wings is a long-term, comprehensive solution to a problem overlooked today. We make a long-term investment in each young adult to allow them the time and support to build the educational foundation and social maturity they need to succeed. The case management services provided by our professional staff serve as a safety net, protecting our clients from the risks former foster youth face when left without support and guidance.
A residential treatment facility for adolescent boys, whose parents, for a variety of reasons are unable to care for them. Their boys have mild to moderate emotional, behavioral or social problems. Although Saint Peters is a residential facility, they work very hard to assure their residents an atmosphere that is truly non-institutional, and more like a large family. For more information, please visit https://www.rootsandwingsnj.org/.Print PDF