NJ SHARES
Cool Down for Warmth
Fundraising Event | February 1 & 2, 2018    donate now

About the event


On February 1 and 2, 2018, NJ SHARES proudly teamed up with the New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center for Cool Down for Warmth, presented by PSE&G.  We are excited to report that we raised more than $220,000 from the NJ SHARES’ Cool Down for Warmth campaign with the help of local business leaders, sponsors, utility partners and many generous community individuals. The amount raised includes donations that were matched and are eligible to be matched by our partnering utility companies. Even though the event is over, donations are still being accepted at njshares.org/donate. These funds will provide assistance for approximately 600 New Jersey households who are among the 40 percent of the state’s population living paycheck to paycheck and struggling to pay their utility bills due to a temporary financial hardship.


Thank you to our sponsors!


The Ice House Cool Down for Warmth fundraising project provides an opportunity for our donors to be recognized for their giving, attract new donors to our cause, and raise awareness of NJ SHARES and its mission.

DIAMOND SPONSOR

LOCATION SPONSORS

PLATINUM SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSORS

SILVER SPONSORS

BRICK SPONSORS

IN-KIND SPONSORS

EVENT PARTNERS


Important event information


Event Coordinator:
Barbara Gomes, Director of Development, NJ SHARES
Email:
Event Date:
February 1 & 2, 2018
Event Location:
Prudential Center Championship Plaza
232 Market St, Newark, NJ 07102

World renowned Ice and Sand Sculptor, Ed Jarrett


NJ SHARES Cool Down for Warmth Fundraiser

Ed Jarrett –  Four-time Guinness World Record title holder for the Tallest Sandcastle

NJ SHARES Cool Down for Warmth Fundraiser

The NJ SHARES Cool Down for Warmth Ice House –  Newark, NJ

NJ SHARES Cool Down for Warmth Fundraiser

Ed Jarrett's Sandy Castle –  Point Pleasant, NJ

Ed Jarrett and his wife Bette are world-renowned ice carvers and sand sculptors. He holds a four-time Guinness World Record title for the Tallest Sandcastle.