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Community Outreach

Building Community Connections

Allies also works with many local organizations that connect the people we serve to the communities in which they live. We have staff to help make this connection possible.

Our staff will meet with each person to ascertain more about his/her interests and hobbies. They then help match individuals with community groups that fit within the goals and dreams of the person.  For example, if a person is interested in gardening, Allies makes contacts with the local gardening club, our chess players with the chess club, coin collectors with other coin collectors, bookworms with reading clubs, volunteers with civic organizations, and so on.  We provide assistance with transportation and participation in the activities, so our participants can become fully engaged in their interest.

Finding a person the right place to live is only the beginning of becoming a part of a community. Allies Community Outreach facilitate opportunities for people to…Be engaged, Be noticed and Be connected to the larger fabric of their communities.  That’s what we call living!

Activities & Outings

What makes Allies so special and unique is that we offer a variety of services that bring meaning to peoples’ lives. Our activities programs give the people we support the opportunity to explore the world around them, witness the beauty of art through shows and plays, see movies, go to restaurants–enjoy the fun part of life!

Allies hosts many group and social outings throughout the year that are possible through our fundraising efforts. Individuals also save-up to participate in these events through a variety of financial initiatives. Some of our favorite activities have included Allies Got Talent show, Star Awards recognition event, travel to NYC, Hershey Park, Great Adventure, Trenton Titans hockey games, Harlem Globetrotter basketball, Big Apple Circus and many arts & crafts projects.

Volunteers are always welcome and can start with us during our Tuesday Night Socials. To learn more about how you can help, please contact Loretta Rarrick at 609-689-0136 x138.

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