Kiwanis Club to hold 22nd Annual Wine Tasting

PARSIPPANY — You may be busy raising your family or serving as a caregiver for relatives and regret not having the time to help improve your community. The Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany has a solution to that dilemma. On Thursday, October 25, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., you can help improve the lives of others and have fun while doing so by attending the Kiwanis annual wine tasting at the Hanover Manor in East Hanover.  This wine Tasting is the Kiwanis Club’s largest fundraising event with the goal of supporting programs that benefit children and youth. Through the wine tasting event, the Kiwanis club members support Camp Nejeda, a camp for children with Type 1 diabetes.

A group of children attending Camp Nejeda

The local programs funded by the Kiwanis Club include: sponsored youth programs in the Parsippany Troy Hills school district, such as Key Clubs in both high schools, Builders Clubs in the middle schools, and K-Kids Clubs in all of the elementary schools; Parsippany Day Care Center; Parsippany Library; the Stickley Farms family fun day and numerous other 501(c)3 organizations that serve children and families.  In addition to this financial support of children’s leadership development and service initiatives, the club meets the basic needs of the less fortunate families in our community by providing food and food cards, toiletry items, and blankets through a partnership with the Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Community Center. The Club also supports state and national organizations that serve the needs of children and their families.

Proceeds from this wine tasting will also provide financial support to the work done by Camp Nejeda, located in Sussex County. This organization has been providing summer camp and other programs for children with type 1 diabetes and their families since 1958. In addition to providing eight weeks of traditional Summer Sleep-Away camp, Camp Nejeda offers Family CampsDay CampsSpring and Fall weekend programsAdult WeekendNurse Education seminars and much more. These camps allow children to meet other children like themselves who have to deal with the daily challenges of diabetes.  Many children from throughout Morris County benefit from this excellent program aimed at helping children relax and play during their time at camp and worry less about the pressures associated with this disease.

Joe Canals is a co-sponsor of the wine tasting event. The event includes silent and live auctions; delicious hot and cold buffet; wines and liquors; and an opportunity to help raise money and do good for others.

Tickets are only $65 each. Kiwanis is a 501(C)3 organization and your contribution is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

If you would like to purchase tickets, please click here.

Kiwanis members visiting Camp Nejeda

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