Early Spring News 2017

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Thomas Cash, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Student/Partner Alliance and long-time Short Hills resident was honored for his vision and perseverance in creating and stewarding the 24-year-old non-profit that offers tuition assistance and mentoring to low-income, inner-city high school students.

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Summit-based Student/Partner Alliance (S/PA) hosted their annual fall community service event at the Community FoodBank of NJ in Hillside on Saturday, Nov 12.

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  Hudson Catholic students with S/PA Trustee, Tony Klimas   THANK YOU! Our #GivingTuesday campaign has exceeded our goal! We are happy to report that we raised $3,795! THANK YOU for supporting Student/Partner Alliance and helping fund “JP” for 2 years! We will admit him today. Any additional contributions that come in will continue his funding for […]

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Having a great time at the Community FoodBank of NJ on November 12th! Stocking the shelves for the homeless before Thanksgiving.  Thanks for the music to keep us going, Community FoodBank of NJ!!!


Summit-based Student/Partner Alliance (S/PA) hosted their […]

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S/PA Summer Newsletter 2016

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Charity Golf event raises $30,000 to assist local low-income, inner-city high school students

Summit-based non-profit, Student/Partner Alliance (S/PA), held it’s Tenth and largest ever golf event to raise money to support scholarships for Newark area low-income high school students. On June 17th, 125 golfers teed off at Galloping Hill Golf Course in Kenilworth.

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Talk about your comebacks. Just under two years ago, the Archdiocese of Newark announced that Immaculate Conception High School at 33 Cottage Place would be closing its doors for good – the result of declining enrollment and a growing debt.

Happily, that never came to pass, thanks to supporters like Bruce Reitz. As a […]

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