GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP – The Seashore Gardens Foundation gala celebration on Aug. 10 earned more than $55,000 for the nonprofit Seashore Gardens Living Center the programs and services.
Based on the theme, “Making Dreams Come True,” the evening highlighted programs that enrich elder lives, including music, art, and intergenerational programming.
The event honored Jason S. Goldstein, managing partner of Roth-Goldstein’s Memorial Chapel, LLC, who received the Martin H. Klein Leadership Award. Goldstein is past chair and life member of SGLC’s board of directors.
Brian K. Jackson, Stockton University Atlantic City Campus chief operating officer, received the Labov Bernstein Community Service Award. Jackson has been a Seashore Gardens Foundation trustee since 2010.
Board member Dean Scarpa served as Master of Ceremonies. Cantor Edmund Kulp delivered both the invocation and benediction.
Richard Cohen, president, Seashore Gardens Foundation board of directors, and Martin Klein, president and chief executive officer, SGLC, offered comments.
The 125,000-square-foot center is a nonprofit home for the aged, guided by Jewish tradition, law, and charity, dedicated to enriching the quality of life for its residents through assisted living, short and long term nursing care.
Go to www.seashoregardens.org for more information.