Sponsors

On September 30, 2010, Monarch Housing Associates will be holding its 20th Anniversary Celebration – Building Homes, Transforming Lives. This event will be held at the Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick and will begin with a 6 PM cocktail hour.

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This is a list of all of the current sponsors of this important event.

United Way of Hudson County

Premier Sponsor

Investors Savings Bank

Diamond Sponsor

Paterson Park Development, LLC

Platinum Sponsor

East Orange General Hospital

Gold Sponsor

Project Live

Gold Sponsor

TICIC

Gold Sponsor

T. M. Brennan Contractors, Inc.

Gold Sponsor

Sal Orappalo

Cocktail Reception Underwriter

NJ Bankers

Entertainment Underwriter

The Alpert Group, LLC

Bronze Sponsor

Andora and Romano L.L.C.

Bronze Sponsor

Center for Family Services

Bronze Sponsor

Community Enterprises Corporation

Bronze Sponsor

Del-Sano Contracting Corp.

Bronze Sponsor

Joseph F. McKernan Jr. Architects & Associates

Bronze Sponsor

Kitchen and Associates, Inc.

Bronze Sponsor

Law Offices of Jefferey Kuschner

Bronze Sponsor

MHANJ

Bronze Sponsor

NewBridge

Bronze Sponsor

NJANEH

Bronze Sponsor

NJCDC

Bronze Sponsor

Sincox Associates Architects/Planner

Bronze Sponsor

Sobel and Company

Bronze Sponsor

 

Supportive Housing Association

Bronze Sponsor

Vision General Construction

Bronze Sponsor

 

Bronze Sponsor

There is still time to purchase sponsorships, underwriting opportunities and ads for journal. Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here.

Click here for an order form or use these links:

  • Sponsorship
  • Underwriting
  • Ad Journal
  • Tickets

  • For additional information please contact Rene Conlon, 201 341-9554 or by email.

    We will be honoring these exceptional supporters of our mission – Senator Richard J. Codey and Ms. Diane J. Johnson, Field Office Director, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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