CES in need of $75,000 in Final Stretch of Renovation Project

Donations Needed for Final Stage of CES Capital Campaign

As the Chatham Emergency Squad (CES) approaches the final stage of its Capital Campaign — Building for the Future, donations are still needed to complete the project. CES has reached over 95% of its $1.7M fundraising goal, which is a testament to the collective belief in the importance of the squad’s mission. However, to bring this project to fruition and truly build a foundation for the future, the squad still needs to raise $75,000 to hit the target and they are asking the community they serve for support.

CES President Evan Skinner said, “Throughout the campaign, the squad has been buoyed by the generous contributions from over 1,200 committed individuals, businesses, friends, and neighbors in our community. As we move to close our campaign, we’re looking for that final bump to help us bridge this gap and make a substantial impact.”

The Chatham Emergency Squad is an all-volunteer squad that has been an unwavering pillar of our community, providing free life-saving emergency medical services with dedication and compassion for over 88 years. “This campaign and these renovations will secure the future of the squad by enhancing our facilities and ensuring that our highly skilled team has the resources to continue their lifesaving work. With the community’s support we can make a lasting impact and create a space that will benefit both our dedicated volunteers and the residents who rely on our services.” says CES Captain, Nicole DiMaggio.

To learn more about CES’s campaign or to make a donation, visit their website: chathamemergencysquad.org

Donations can also be made by mailing a check to: Chatham Emergency Squad P.O. Box 609 Chatham, NJ 07928. 

Chatham Emergency Squad is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization, Tax ID #23-7122409.

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