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SWS Supporters

SWS Supporters


Thank you Gannett Foundation for your 2013 Grant to the SWS Organization 

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SWS receives much needed support from the Karma Foundation

The Karma FoundationThe Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization received a grant from the Karma Foundation to support it's 2011-2014 Princeton Review SAT Program. This grant enabled students to receive classroom instruction with an expert Princeton Review instructor plus two full-length practice SAT test proctored by Princeton Review. The program also included an online student center, the Princeton Review course materials, Princeton Review SAT course manual covering math, reading, writing and much more. The SWS Organization would like to say THANK YOU to the Karma Foundation for supporting our youth in the community and for saying "YES" to helping them improve their SAT scores.

THANK YOU Karma Foundation.



Judy Braverman (Magyar Bank), Jay Castillo (President of Magyar Bank Charitable Foundation) Natasha Rodgers (SWS Organization) and John Fitzgerald (President/CEO of Magyar Bank)


Township resident Alyssa Sutton, right, poses at the event she helped organize to benefit the Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization. From left, Mayor Arlene Johnson of Livingston, Kathy Veloric and Gary Russikoff, front row; Natasha Rodgers, Founder of SWS Organization, Florian Suserman, Jeff Rosen, Jason Hagman, Claudia MacDermott, and Matt Glass, back row. Both groups are chapters of Business Networking International and met to celebrate a philosophy that "Givers Gain." Florian Suserman, president of Strategic Connections, explained, "'Givers Gain' is the idea that when we focus our attention on helping others, we will be the prime beneficiary by feeling better, and yes, likely seeing some business return down the road." The two groups turned their giving to the Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization, whose mission is to help families become more self-sufficient by supporting them with a consistent life support system. Members of the groups collectively contributed more than $3,400 and donated enough clothes to fill a van after the event.


(L-R): The Honorable Thomas H. Kean, Chip Paillex ($50,000), Natasha Rodgers ($35,000), Angelica Berrie, Joan Schaefer ($25,000) and Dr. Peter P. Mercer



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