Einhorn Barbarito Frost & Botwinick has been part of the Denville and Morris County communities for over 60 years, and we sincerely value the dedication of so many organizations that serve the communities in which we and our clients live and work. As a firm, we support many organizations focused on causes we hold near and dear to our hearts, including those listed on this page.
|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. Based in Paterson, NJ, the organization provides a recovery-oriented community of supportive services that include food, shelter, addiction and mental health treatment, childcare, job training, medical and dental care, and housing. Einhorn Barbarito’s co-managing partner Patricia M. Barbarito, who was born and raised in Paterson, NJ, appreciates the impact Eva’s Village has on the Paterson community and is on the Board of Directors to raise awareness of and support fundraisers for the organization. For more information, please visit https://evasvillage.org/.
|A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a community volunteer who stands up and speaks out to help abused and neglected children. Einhorn Barbarito’s matrimonial and family law practice group supports the national and local CASA organizations’ commitment to protect the best interests of children who have been removed from their homes or are under court supervision due to abuse, neglect, or abandonment. To learn more about the CASA program of Morris and Sussex Counties and its fundraising events, please visit https://www.casamsc.org/.
|As the “helping hand” of the Township of Denville, the Denville Social Services Food Pantry provides emergency food for needy individuals and families. Primarily supported by the generous donations of the people of Denville, the Pantry accepts non-perishable foods regularly through food drives run by schools, churches, businesses and service organizations, as well as from concerned individuals. For more information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/friendsdss.
|St. Peter’s Village and Orphanage offers a residential treatment program for young men, ages 15-19, with mild to moderate emotional, behavioral, social and/or learning problems. St. Peter’s philosophy is to provide specialized care, including on-site therapeutic counseling, designed to prepare the boys to become productive and self-sustaining citizens, while maintaining a warm and supportive, family-like atmosphere. The New Jersey Department of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P) refers all placements. For more information, please visit https://www.stpetersorphanage.org/.
|As the largest Jewish philanthropy in New Jersey, Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest encompasses Essex, Morris, Sussex, Union, and parts of Somerset County. The Jewish Community Foundation offers planned giving and the use of endowments for Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ and its beneficiary agencies, and welcomes the opportunity to be of service to recognized charities of every kind, religious, educational and secular in content, regional, national and international in scope. For more information, please visit https://www.jfedgmw.org/.
|The Morris County Bar Foundation serves as the charitable affiliate of the Morris County Bar Association. The foundation supports the improvement of relations among lawyers, the judiciary, and the public, through charitable, scientific, literary, and educational initiatives. For more information, please visit https://morriscountybar.com/foundation/.
|The mission of Spring Street Community Development Corporation (SSCDC) is to improve the quality of life for Morris County families and residents. Its programs address economic, educational, and social needs of the community while preserving the cultural and ethnic diversity of the area. For more information, please visit https://www.springstreetcdc.org/about.
|The Caroline Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in support of brain cancer research in memory of Caroline Vandemark who lost her life at 22 years old. The Caroline Fund seeks to raise funds and awareness to support the cutting-edge brain and spine tumor research that is performed by Caroline’s neuro-oncologists and surgeons at the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. Donations made to the Caroline Fund directly benefit this research. To learn more about this please visit www.carolinefund.org.