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Rutgers University Students Support TAH Kids During the Holidays

Rutgers School of Nursing Staff Council held its second annual toy drive to benefit children and youth at The Apostles’ House and Professor Yla Eason’s Marketing and Society class students raised $1,200 for our Avon location through a raffle. The event aimed to raise awareness and toys and clothing for the 28 children living there, demonstrating the importance of community support and making a positive impact.  Read More

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