EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — As charities face the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the D’Arcy Johnson Day law firm continues its Community Strong commitment. After making substantial donations to dozens of area charities in 2020, DJD has started 2021 with a number of contributions to nonprofit organizations serving the community.
“Right now, many charities are seeing unprecedented levels of need. At the same time, the pandemic and its devastating impact on the economy are creating substantial fundraising challenges,” said DJD partner Steven Johnson. “We want to do everything we can to support the organizations that do so much to help our community.”
DJD has already made a number of substantial charitable contributions in 2021. The firm has supported Just for Kicks, a soccer clinic for kids of any and all abilities; the Police Unity Tour, which honors law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty; Neighbors Helping Neighbors, an organization that delivers food and personal products to local families in need; and Mainland Flag Football.
These donations continue DJD’s longtime tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations. Through DJD’s holiday campaign, the firm donated $20,000 to charities including AVANZAR, Nothing Down, Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City, South Wall Fire Rescue, CASA, the National Brain Tumor Foundation/Team Holly Grace, Linwood Education Foundation, Funny Farm Rescue Animal Sanctuary, Lunch with Lynch Foundation, Just Us Girls, Wall Township Police Benevolent Association, Everyone’s Children, Holy Spirit High School, Operation Warm, and the Atlantic City Police Athletic League. The firm also supported the Community FoodBank of New Jersey with a $5,000 donation after the holidays, when the charity experiences its highest levels of need.