United Way gala
The Ocean County United Way's Presidents' Gala on Sept. 22 at the Sea Oaks Country Club, in Little Egg Harbor Township, raised $45,000 to help UWOC reach its $1.3 million goal for 2012.
About 122 people attended to pay tribute to the 27 men and women who have volunteered their time as board president since the organization's founding in 1976.
The Schultz Hill Foundation celebrated its 10th Anniversary at an Autumns Eve musical event Sept. 21, with about 300 supporters, and raised $90,000, said co-founder Gary Hill.
Susaye Greene, former singer of the Supremes, attended from Los Angeles, Hill said.
Movers, Shakers event
The Movers, Shakers and Difference Makers luncheon at The Palm Restaurant in Atlantic City raised $70,000 on Sept. 28 for Gilda's Club South Jersey in Linwood.
About 275 people attended, a spokesperson said.
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey raised more than $13,000 for programs in Cape May County through the United Way Rubber Duck Boardwalk Ride raffle of a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
The raffle was tied to Wildwood's Roar to the Shore ride from Sept. 6 to 9, organizers said.
The Fourth annual I. Rice & Company Golfing for Good Tournament chaired by Irv Singer, of Margate, netted more than $46,500 to benefit The Arc of Atlantic County's recreation program Sept. 22.
It was held at Harbor Pines Golf Club in Egg Harbor Township. More than 100 golfers participated.
CEOs give back
The CEO Group, a Vineland nonprofit made up of business leaders in Cumberland County, donated $10,000 to the Greater Vineland YMCA from funds raised during its Sept. 5 annual Charity Golf Tournament at Running Deer Golf Club in Pittsgrove Township, Salem County.
The YMCA will use the money to purchase equipment for its youth fitness program, a spokesperson said.
Hospital thrift shop
The Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary opened a second EtCetera Shop in the Bayshore Mall in North Cape May. The first EtCetera thrift shop is located at the hospital property on Route 9 in Cape May Court House, and has helped support the hospital for 45 years, an auxiliary spokesperson said.
The North Cape May Shop is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Call 609-846-7643.
The A.C. Moore store in Stafford Township collected more than $250 in school supplies and donated them to the township school district.
The supplies go to the students who need them most, a school spokesperson said.