Cornerstone Family Programs raises nearly $60K for Morristown Nabe at BIG drive-in

Cornerstone's Junior Board tries BIG piano, at Cornerstone Family Programs screening of 'BIG,' Sept. 25, 2020. Photo courtesy of Cornerstone.
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From Cornerstone Family Programs:

Cornerstone Family Programs powered through the pandemic on Sept. 25, 2020, with a Drive-In Movie Fundraiser in place of its 13th Annual Bowl-a-Thon.

The Whippany drive-in featured the movie BIG with Tom Hanks. Nearly 75 families attended and enjoyed popcorn, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Chick Wings & Things, and Kona Ice food trucks.

Proceeds will support children’s programs at the Morristown Neighborhood House, a subsidiary of Cornerstone Family Programs.

Big screen for ‘BIG,’ Cornerstone Family Programs drive-in movie, Sept. 25, 2020. Photo courtesy of Cornerstone.

Joe Forgione of JMF Properties/Francene and Joseph Forgione Family Foundation was the Premier Sponsor of the event and generously offered Pine Plaza for the event.

Other sponsors included A.J. O’Connor & Associates, Dr. Judy Banks, Cadia Private Client, Chubb NJ, HBK IT, Dun & Bradstreet, McKirdy Riskin Olson & DellaPelle, Lydia and Eric Muller, Mike and Virginia Ranger, Salerno Duane Auto Group, Kate and Todd Schermerhorn, Senlac Partners, Melanie and Alan Smith, Station Partners, and Sweetie Pig Foundation.

“We are so grateful to the sponsors and community for supporting the drive-in movie and our programs at Cornerstone Family Programs. We had to create a fundraiser in lieu of our annual Bowl-a-Thon and couldn’t think of a better, safer family friendly event than a drive-in movie,” said Gwenn DellaPelle, Cornerstone director of development.

Ready for check-in at ‘BIG,’ outdoor movie fundraiser for Cornerstone Family Programs, Sept. 25, 2020. Photo courtesy of Cornerstone.

“And a huge thank you to the Cornerstone Junior Board for being such a tremendous help at the event! We couldn’t have done it without them,” DellaPelle added.

Cornerstone Family Programs and the Morristown Neighborhood House provide resources to people from all walks of life in Morris County.

Together, they impact the lives of over 6,000 residents in our community with a shared mission of strengthening communities by helping people build better lives.

Cornerstone Family Programs aims to make a difference in our community by educating our children and youth and empowering our teens, providing our families and veterans specialized services, and supporting our seniors and their caregivers.

Sunset at Pine Plaza, Whippany, for Cornerstone Family Programs drive-in movie, Sept. 25, 2020. Photo courtesy of Cornerstone.
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