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Town Clock CDC holds an annual fundraising & advocacy event, called Being Brave. It is inspirational and is designed to honor and support women who bravely pursue safety, wholeness, and affordable housing. 
 

This year’s event is on October 17, 2024 at Pines Manor Edison. The cocktail hour & silent auction is at 6 pm, following dinner and awards ceremony at 7 pm. Our Community Awardees are: Outstanding Social Responsibility Award - The New Brunswick Elks Lodge #324; Outstanding Provider Award Group - Lisa Smith; Outstanding Volunteer Award - Joe DeBonis; Outstanding Advocate Award - Assemblyman Sterling Stanley. Other elements include music performed by Mike Bonds and Pastor Reginald Williams Jr. for the #TheManStand.

 

All proceeds help to support the programming offered to our eleven resident survivor families living at Dina's Dwellings and the Barbara Littman House. 

 

#BeingBrave  #TownClockCDC

Click the button below to purchase tickets today!

We’ve spent countless months planning our event, and none of it could be possible without the support of our wonderful sponsors. An imperative part of our team, our sponsors give us both the financial and logistical support we need.

To become a sponsor, see below!

 

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The New Brunswick Elks Lodge #324

Outstanding Social Responsibility Award

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Joe DeBonis

Outstanding Volunteer Award

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Lisa Smith

Outstanding Provider Award

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Assemblyman Sterling Stanley

Outstanding Advocate Award

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Pastor Reginald Williams Jr.
#TheManStand Speaker
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Thomas Lobben
Host

About Town Clock Community Development Corporation

Town Clock Community Development Corporation is a New Brunswick, NJ-based nonprofit that operates Dina's Dwellings and the Barbara Littman House to provide permanent, affordable, safe housing and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence and their children. 

 

  • It is one of only 40 such establishments in the entire United States. 

  • It is the largest facility of its kind in New Jersey.

  • Our goal is to replicate our model by working with other organizations and creating at least two facilities in every state.

  • 57% of homeless women report domestic violence as the root cause of their homelessness.

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