Gibbson P.C Law Firm for their Contribution of (25) Loaded Backpacks

Special Thank’s to the entire Gibbson P.C Law Firm for their Contribution of (25) Loaded Backpacks for our Back 2 School Back Pack Drive. We’re collecting Backpack’s and Stuffing them with school supplies from July 5th 2016 to September 2, 2016 for Newark and Essex County Needy Families. For More Information Call 1(877) 702-4673 ‪#‎NWKAnnounce‬‪#‎RedeemUsSocial‬ Gibbons P.C. is a large U.S. law firm based in Newark, New Jersey. The firm has 230 lawyers in five offices across three states. In 2008, Gibbons was ranked 188th in the National Law Journal’s list of the 250 largest American law firms Source: Wikipedia Read More …

Town’s ‘homeless’ rescue squad raises funds for new HQ

Town’s ‘homeless’ rescue squad raises funds for new HQ SOUTH ORANGE — The village rescue squad’s new headquarters has three main rooms, two bedrooms, a handful of offices and a garage bay. That’s significantly more space than the volunteer team had just a few weeks ago, when they were operating out of a one-bedroom apartment on 4th Street. The South Orange Rescue Squad had worked…

Liquid Church Looking To Mobilize 1,500 Volunteers In 5 Counties

Liquid Church Looking To Mobilize 1,500 Volunteers In 5 Counties To Serve Children With Special Needs, Homeless In Transition, And Underprivileged Families New Summer Outreach Event On July 15th and 16th Offers an Opportunity for Families Across New Jersey to Get Involved in Community Service Projects MORRISTOWN, N.J., June 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — In an effort to serve an increasing number of New Jersey families in need and local non-profit organizations struggling with a rising demand for their…

N.J. sees large drop in homeless population, count finds

  N.J. sees large drop in homeless population, count finds WASHINGTON — The number of homeless people in New Jersey declined by 12.4 percent this year compared to 2015, according to the states’s annual count. The count, conducted on Jan. 26, found 8,941 homeless men, women and children, down from 10,211 in 2015, according to the count coordinated by Monarch Housing. “This year’s count shows a…

What this year’s NJCounts report revealed about homelessness in Hudson County

What this year’s NJCounts report revealed about homelessness in Hudson County SECAUCUS — The annual count of New Jersey’s homeless population shows homelessness in Hudson County has declined since last year. NJCounts, a point-in-time tally of homeless residents conducted across the state in January, counted 829 homeless individuals from 660 households in Hudson County. This year’s figures are down 9.6 percent from last year’s tally, when 917…

Back 2 School Backpack Drive

We’re collecting more than 1,000 Backpack and School Supplies for our Greater Newark & Essex County Families in need. Donations Can Be Drop Off at: RedeemUs Social Services 218 South 8th Street – Newark, NJ 07103 Monday-Friday Or Call for Pick-up 1(877) 702-HOPE(4673) RedeemUs Essex A NJ Nonprofit Corporation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Your gift is tax deductible as allowed by law.

Project HOPE- Newark/Hoboken

RedeemUs Social Services A Grassroots Outreach Service of RedeemUs Essex A NJ Nonprofit Corporation A 501(c)(3), tax exempt organization. Our agency provides Street Outreach to the homeless independently and No Source of our Funding comes from any Government Agency, Funds raised are match by our corporate supporters and donors like you. 100% of Proceeds raised go towards providing emergency assistance wherever homeless are. For more information regarding services or Donations please call 1-(877) 702-HOPE (4673) or logon to www.RedeemUsSocial.org ‪#‎RedeemUsSocial‬ ‪#‎RedeemUsSocialNewark‬ ‪#‎RedeemUsSocialHoboken‬

Captian Keelan of NJ Transit Police Department

Friday- May 27,2016 By: Jonathan R. Harris Executive Director of RedeemUs Social Services Hoboken Terminal was my last stop before the Memorial Day Weekend got off to start. I just got off the train and notice my client is not inside the Hoboken Station. I panic quickly but notice that NJ Transit Police- Captain Keelan and Lt. Conway was making their rounds, I re-introduce myself quickly and informed him of New Developments about one of our mutual clients and we all began searching areas for the client. After checking a few places we walked out to the pier and that Read More …