July 2, 2018 at 9:22 pm | Fighting Back Against Cancer And Its Cost

Fighting back against cancer isn’t just hard on the body and mind, it’s also hard on financial resources, too. For families of children with this and other debilitating diseases, mounting medical bills combined with pressure from demanding hospitals can create seemingly insurmountable debts and stress for them. Continue reading

June 5, 2018 at 9:59 pm | What Impact Can a Simple Car Donation Have?

When you’re done with a car, boat, truck, or RV that you own, what do you think of doing with it? Your first instinct is probably to sell it; however, you can get so much more out of getting rid of your car than just a little bit of money.

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April 30, 2018 at 10:00 am | 5 Ways You Can Help Children with Cancer

Every day, 35 American children are diagnosed with cancer. Many people want to help kids who have serious medical issues, but they just aren’t sure how. At American Children’s Society, Inc., we provide ways for you to fight childhood cancer and support struggling families.

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March 28, 2018 at 9:37 pm | Providing Transportation Assistance to NJ and Philadelphia

At The American Children’s Society, we provide support to children and their families who are experiencing life-threatening diseases, like cancer and other illnesses. These families are in dire need of healthcare assistance, and they can also face significant transportation barriers involved in getting to doctor’s appointments, hospital visits, and other destinations. 

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March 9, 2018 at 9:04 pm | What Do Consumers Look for when Purchasing a New Car? The Latest Tech, Says New Survey

Have you ever wondered if you buy new vehicles the same way that everyone else does? A new survey from Autotrader.com and reported by CBS News has revealed what car buyers look for when shopping for their next ride. This survey indicates that the times and tech are changing the way we purchase cars! Whether they’re selling, trading, or donating a car to charity in NJ, most drivers on the hunt are looking for the latest technology.

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