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Advocates for Children of New JerseyOctober 2017     


Join us as we celebrate ACNJ's 2017 achievements

Celebrate with ACNJ our wins for kids this past year as we continue our work to deliver for children in New Jersey.  We cannot do this work alone and we appreciate your support. 

Keynote Speaker
Arturo Brito, Executive Director of the Nicholson Foundation

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ACNJ out in the community

In September, several staff members participated in events across the state, highlighting the state of children in local communities in Newark and Mercer County.

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Engage with your candidates!

ACNJ’s #NJVotes4Kids Campaign is in full swing! Most recently, we highlighted several key topics: juvenile justice, child protection and child nutrition. Help spread the message! Click to tweet.

A few weeks ago, NJ Advance Media reported the heartbreaking story of a tragic infant death, which sparked questions about transparency and accountability within the state's child protection system.

In response, ACNJ is calling for increased transparency and more funding to protect the littlest victims. Help us amplify the message.  Send tweets to the gubernatorial candidates to help ensure the safety and well-being of our most vulnerable children.

ACNJ wishes Reggie Dorsey a farewell

Leave a message for Reggie.

With mixed feelings ACNJ must say farewell to Reginald Dorsey as he pursues a new career path.

Reggie began his career at ACNJ in 1987 as an intern and was then hired as the first Child Health Month coordinator. Over the years he has made immense contributions to this organization.  In his first years he worked to create awareness and advocated for child safety and prevention laws.  Later, as the statewide outreach coordinator, Reggie trained hundreds of residents in communities across the state to better understand the issues facing children and to be better advocates.

Reggie has been a great mentor, a dedicated colleague, friend and a true champion for children. He will be sorely missed. We wish Reggie the best in his new journey! We know he will continue to make a difference for kids and families.

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