• lisa26365

What can a tab from your beverage can do for someone? The Ronald McDonald House Charities has found a way... they have a program in which they recycle the aluminum from these donated tabs (cleaner and less bulky than the whole can) and use the funds towards their work in providing families with the medical services and resources they need. In our area, they run a house where families can stay in New Brunswick, next to the Children's Hospital.

The place is clean, close by, safe, and quiet... but most of all, at no cost to the already worried parents. So, next time you pop open your favorite beverage, save that top and drop it in the bin on Sunday and it will be delivered to the Ronald McDonald House soon.

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Updated: May 25

What has "keeping the faith" meant to you in the past couple of years? Each week, a different member of Prospect has told their story during this stewardship season. If you would like to hear the stories again, click on the pictures below.

If you would like to make your pledge for 2022-2023 right now, you can click here.

Alternatively, you can email our Financial Secretary, Jose Orjuela , or mail in your pledge card to Prospect Presbyterian Church 646 Prospect Street, Maplewood NJ 07040. Be sure to include your name, address, phone number, email and total pledge and whether you plan to give weekly, monthly, or in a single payment.

Pledge Dedication Sunday was May 22, 2022, but pledges are still being accepted.

Anne Van Der Karr May 15

Yocasta Brens-Watson May 8

Holden Colter May 1

Dick Lunde April 24

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  • lisa26365

Former Maplewood resident and Air Force veteran, Anthony Brooks, is in dire need of a living kidney donation. Tony lost one kidney to cancer in 2017 and now faces the removal of his remaining kidney due to cancer in the next three months. Many local families have deep connection with Tony, his wife Intisar and his family forged throughout the years when their three children — Iman, Ameer and Jawhar (Jojo) — went through the South Orange-Maplewood School District. The family now lives in West Orange. Those interested in donating should specify Anthony Brooks as the recipient when filling out the RWJ Barnabas Health donation form: For more information, please reach out to: or visit his website:

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