Salvation Army Honors Those Making an Impact in Camden
October 29, 2018
The Salvation Army recently honored individuals and business who have had an impact on the Camden community at its 4th Annual Expect Change luncheon.
The event was held on Oct. 24 and sponsored by U.S. Facilities, Babst Calland, Rondo-Pak/Contemporary Graphic Solutions and Holman Enterprise.
Speakers included New Jersey American Water President Deborah Degillio, Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) and others, highlighting the Kroc Center’s valued partnerships and greater impact on the Camden community.
“It is a blessing to be able to honor these exemplary individuals and corporate partners, and the outstanding work they do in Camden,” said Major Terry Wood, Kroc Center administrator. “Each award recipient is an integral part of the Camden community – and their continued partnership with us at the Kroc Center allows us to best serve our neighbors, transform lives and impact the community at a higher level.”
The 2018 Expect Change award honorees included:
Outstanding Corporate Partner – New Jersey American Water
Outstanding Community Volunteer Partner – PowerCorps Camden
Outstanding Corporate Volunteer Partner – Holman Enterprises
Outstanding Community Partner – Anointed News Journal
William Booth Award – John F. Kauffeld
Each year, the Expect Change luncheon serves as the Kroc Center’s premier fundraising event, with all proceeds raised from the luncheon going toward scholarship funds to ensure that the Center’s activities, programs and memberships are available to all members of the community. The event also serves as a kick-off to The Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle season, and highlights the Camden Kroc Center’s full year of services and programs offered to the community which have a direct impact on more than 15,000 lives.