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In Hamilton, NJ, Project Porchlight’s “Volunteer Appreciation Celebration” Honors Stellar Volunteers From All Over the State
Posted by OneChange | October 22, 2010
Project Porchlight New Jersey is a grassroots campaign, and our success is defined by volunteer support. Our volunteers harness the power of person-to person communication, reaching out to influence people in their communities to take part in energy conservation.
Posted by OneChange | October 11, 2010
Bill Klaus, a resident of Wenonah, New Jersey, serves as the Chair of Sustainable Wenonah, an offshoot of the borough’s Environmental Commission. Last summer, he encouraged his 17-year-old daughter Theresa to get involved with the committee’s work.
Posted by OneChange | August 17, 2010
Paresh Trivedi (pictured here, left) , a resident of Randolph, New Jersey, emigrated to the United States 17 years ago from Gujarat, India, in search of a better life.
It is not extraordinary that Paresh has indeed found a better life--millions of immigrants have shared that experience. What’s remarkable about Paresh is how much he has, in turn, given back to his community here.
Posted by OneChange | August 12, 2010
Eric J. Fuchs-Stengel lives in Mahwah, New Jersey, but he’s not spending much time at home this summer.
Eric, 18, is serving as a summer intern with the Rockland County AmeriCorps community service program
Posted by OneChange | August 4, 2010
Anne Purcaro (pictured here, right) first learned about Project Porchlight’s campaign to distribute millions of energy-efficient bulbs across New Jersey back in May, when a complimentary compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulb was left on the doorknob of her home in Parsippany, New Jersey.
Posted by OneChange | July 18, 2010
When Wendy Ford (pictured here) first moved into the home she shares with her husband in Eastampton, New Jersey, the yard was just a plot of land with a house on it.
Then she started digging.
Wendy is an avid gardener, and over the years, her garden became something of a neighborhood attraction
Posted by OneChange | July 4, 2010
For some college students, a good part of the four years they spend at college might be devoted to beer and hanging out. Justin Freedman (pictured here, right), a 21-year-old senior at The College of New Jersey, is not one of those students.
Posted by OneChange | May 7, 2010
Barbara Vanderbeck (pictured here), a resident of Norwood, New Jersey, currently serves on Norwood’s Environmental Commission as well as its fledging Green Team, which is working to attain Sustainable Jersey certification for the borough