Good & Welfare
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Recent Donations:

LAW ENFORCEMENT TORCH RUN

Hunterdon County PBA 188 is a Silver Level Sponsor  of the 2013 Law Enforcement Torch Run for
Special Olympics New Jersey













Police Unity Tour Challenge Ride Water Sponsor

Hunterdon County PBA 188 has provided the Challenge Ride with a Water Donation of $150.00 to
assist the riders. The Challenge Ride leaves from Somerset New Jersey the morning of May 10th and
concludes in Washington D.C. With the Candlelight Vigil at the National Law Enforcement Officers
Memorial on May 13th.


Men in Heels Relay

Hunterdon County PBA 188 is proud to Sponsor President Paul Murphy and his Team : Team Top
Cops made up of members of Clinton Twp. FOP and various other Hunterdon County First
Responders as they participate in Teams of men 18 and over who strap on assorted styles of women’s
shoes to raise awareness and funds for SAFE, which works with victims and survivors of domestic
violence and sexual assault.













$250.00 to Baskets Full of Easter Joy

Hunterdon County PBA 188 was a Proud Sponsor or Baskets Full of Easter Joy: The program was part
of the Restore our Shore project. The event was Saturday March 23rd. With the assistance of our
donation the group was able to provide Easter to children, from infants right through high school, who
live full time in Ortley Beach, Toms River, Lavallette, and Seaside areas of the Jersey Shore, These
children and families were displaced after Super Storm "Sandy". Each registered child received an
Easter Basket. They were also able to attend The Easter Event which included a BBQ, DJ, crafts and
family fun.



Proud Sponor of Team Jacob




























Click Here to Read Jakes Story


"Heroes for Warriors BBQ" to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project

On Saturday June 16th 2012 PBA Local #188 and the Quakertown Fire Company hosted a benefit for
the Wounded Warrior Project at the Quarkertown Fire Company. The BBQ, The event ran from 1-9
pm., and featured live entertainment including bands, a bagpiper, a DJ and Karaoke. There was a
BBQ competition open to public entries and a wide variety of food and beverage. The BBQ competition
was for the best ribs, chicken, beef and side dish and the judges were mayors from across Hunterdon
County.
The main benefactor of the event was the Wounded Warrior Project, which assists military personnel
that have been injured since 9/11, as well as to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the
needs of injured service members.