Throughout December, we are highlighting each of the organizations featured in our Jersey Give-Back Guide, which is a website designed to help you learn about some of New Jersey’s most effective nonprofits as you are thinking about making your year-end donations. Today, we launch the “15 Days of Generating Generosity” with the Bayshore Center at Bivalve.
Aboard the Schooner AJ Meerwald, New Jersey’s Tall Ship and state treasure (it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1995), New Jerseyans can experience the rich heritage, ecology and ship-building and fishing history of the Delaware Bay. For 25 years, the Bayshore Center at Bivalve has championed and celebrated this unique region of New Jersey, and now their voice – and your support – is more important than ever. The Bayshore suffered severe economic and ecological damage from Hurricane Sandy, yet it was not designated as a region to receive federal assistance. Your support for the Bayshore Center at Bivalve gives a voice to the people living throughout Bayshore area of south Jersey.
- She did it! Meghan Wren completes 13.1 mile swim across Delaware Bay
- One year after Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey’s forgotten western shore struggles to rebuild
- To learn more about the Bayshore Center, please visit their website
- Ready to make a donation? Ok! Please go to the Jersey Give-Back Guide, and click on the Bayshore Center. With just a few easy clicks, you can make a real difference to the Bayshore Center and the people of the Delaware Bayshore region of New Jersey.