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Team VOICES Raises Funds in TD Bank Five Boro Bike Tour

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On Sunday, May 2nd sixty-nine energetic cyclists from across the US and Canada rode on behalf of VOICES in the TD Bank Five Boro Bike Tour. Several cyclists participated in memory of loved ones lost on 9/11. In addition, members of various police and fire departments participated in honor of their fallen colleagues. More.

9/11 Living Memorial Video

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During the month of May, VOICES conducted a series of interviews with family members, rescue workers, and survivors to demonstrate our work on the 9/11 Living Memorial Project. Our thanks to 9/11 family members Carol Ashley, the Henwood Family, Jackie Mardikian, Meryl Mayo-Marshall, Bonnie McEneaney, Faith Miller, Duane Orloske, Jill Pila; survivor Victor Guarnera; John Duffy, Jacqueline Day, Thomas Michaud and Andrew Senchak with KBW; Alice Greenwald with the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, and the VOICES staff for taking time out of their busy schedules to participate in the project. We invite you to view VOICES' 9/11 Living Memorial video to learn more about the project. More.

The National Network for Social Work Managers honors VOICES Founding Director Award Photo

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VOICES Founding Director, Mary Fetchet was presented a Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Leadership in Extraordinary Circumstances by the National Network for Social Work Managers. The two day conference, held at Fordham University was hosted by the 21st Annual Management Institute brings together social workers and managers from the full range of human service organizations. Ms. Fetchet was nominated by Dean Richard Edwards, from the Social Work School of Rutgers University. The Network is dedicated to developing leadership, management skills, and mutually supportive relationships that advance organizational effectiveness. More.

United Way recognizes VOICES Volunteer, Colleen McGinley

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In celebration of National Volunteer Week, the United Way of Central Jersey hosted an Awards Presentation and Dinner Reception on April 15, 2010 at Hess Corporate Center, Woodbridge, NJ. We are very proud that one of VOICES' dedicated volunteers, Miss Colleen McGinley, was recognized as a 2010 Hometown Hero by the United Way of Central Jersey for the work that she has done in our New Jersey office in Middlesex County. "Colleen is a very compassionate young woman who has made many important contributions to our organization. We are grateful for her time and dedication. She has truly made a difference in the lives of the people we serve," remarked Founding Director Mary Fetchet.

VOICES celebrates the graduation of our social work interns from Rutgers University

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VOICES staff honored this years social work interns, from left to right, Marian Pho, Samantha Hampton, Vicky Fragasso and Sara Friedman. The celebration included homemade graduation caps, sharing memories of relationships forged, lots of laughter and of course, DESSERT! While at VOICES, their duties included working with families, rescue/recovery workers, and survivors on the 9/11 Living Memorial Project. "If you have had an opportunity to visit our office, you can attest that these special interns were an integral part of our team and will surely be missed," said Gina Reilly. We hope you will join us in wishing them well as they celebrate their scholastic achievements and embark on their careers.

VOICES Hosts College Scholarship Forum

VOICES Hosts College Scholarship Forum
VOICES hosted a Scholarship Forum at our New Brunswick, NJ office on March 23rd, where parents and students learned about scholarship opportunities and the application process. The event featured presentations by Ms. Rhianna Quinn Roddy, Executive Director of the Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund and Ms. Carolann Pierre-Morgan, Assistant Funds Manager at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. More.

September 11th: How We Remember Exhibit

September 11th: How We Remember Exhibit
Throughout the month of March, VOICES honored the lives of those who died, those who survived, and those who came to their rescue through a 9/11 Living Memorial Exhibit, which was held at the New Brunswick, NJ Free Public Library. The exhibit, entitled "September 11th: How We Remember" commenced with opening ceremonies on March 6th which included an interactive discussion between members of the 9/11 community and members of the New Brunswick community. More.

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VOICES Provides Support Services

VOICES Staff Provides Support Services Including: Assessments, Support Groups, Referrals, Commemorative Events, Workshops.

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