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THS and its staff take pride in its contributions of time, services and money to many sports and charitable organizations around the country. Here's how we give back to the community:
This year, THS will donate over $300,000 to 15 different non-profit sports organizations, and provide incremental revenue of over $4.3 million to help them run their organizations. The scholarships are designed to help less-privileged kids participate in various sports in their communities and in their tournaments. The scholarship money is given to each organization unencumbered so their Boards of Directors can distribute the funds as they see fit.
The Center for Great Expectations in Edison, NJ offers trauma informed care to women who have survived histories of abuse, neglect, family violence and other traumas that frequently result in substance abuse and mental health issues. The Centers Wish program offers ongoing support to women who have successfully left the Center to live on their own with their children. THS is supporting their success this year with fun outings for 27 mothers and children with day trips to the Crayola Crayon Factory in Easton, PA in April; the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, NJ in July; a Hayride and Pumpkin Picking in Hackettstown, NJ in October, and a Christmas Party with Santa.
Great Expectations Link: https://www.cge-nj.org
THS regularly donates "Getaway Weekend" certificates to numerous organizations, entitling the holder to a complimentary 3-Day/2 Night stay at a luxury hotel in one of a choice of cities. The organizations to which we donate these will auction them off or give them away as door prizes or raffle drawings as part of their fundraisers.
Every Christmas, the THS staff adopts kids from less fortunate families in Northern New Jersey. This last Christmas we adopted 10 families through the Northwest NJ Community Action Partnership (NORWESCAP) in Phillipsburg, NJ. We hope that everyone and every organization that is able, will seek out a child that needs their Christmas brightened this next season.
NORWESCAP Link: www.norwescap.org
We are happy to support "The Smile Team," a charity set up by Jordan Thorp, who does work on behalf the kids in the U.S. and Internationally born with cleft palates. Jordan is associated with the Cleft Team of Gainesville, FL, the Cleft Palate Foundation and The Smile Train.
Flemington, NJ where THS is located is also the hometown of Short Track Speed Skating Olympic hopeful Kimberly Goetz. After graduating from high school here in 2012, Kimi moved to Salt Lake City to train and work. Recently, she was one of only two American women who earned the right to compete in the World Championships in Moscow. Now as a member of the U.S. World Cup team, Kimi will be competing in Canada, China and Korea as she works toward earning a spot on the 2018 U.S. Olympic team that will represent America in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
THS is happy to be one of Kimi’s sponsors in her journey to be an Olympian.
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