|Title||Brochure: 1956 Fundraising Campaign. The Community Y.M.C.A. Hoboken.|
|Collection||Hoboken Societies & Organizations Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Brochure: 1956 Campaign. The Community Y.M.C.A. Hoboken. Single folio, 6" x 9" high,  pp.
A fundraising campaign for $35,000 to complete a rehabilitation project "to help erase the wear and tear of a quarter century of intense use..."
COMMUNITY Y.M.C.A SERVING YOUTH IN '56
TO COMPLETE TASK OF REHABILITATION $17,000
FOR ANNUAL OPERATING NEEDS $35,000
On the Y's twenty-fifth anniversary it started a rehabilitation
project to help erase the wear and tear of a quarter century of
intense use by the youth of the communities of North Hudson
and Hoboken. It was estimated that $35,000 would be needed.
A modest sum to spend on an institution of this size after twenty-
five years of operation. To date $18,000 has been collected,
leaving $17,000 still needed to complete the work of rehabilitation.
To this, of course, we have to add our annual operating needs of
$18,000. The Community Y, therefore, needs badly the total sum
of $35,000 to operate its program for 1956 and to complete
essential repairs to its building and equipment.
One of the major tools combating juvenile delinquency in the
WEEHAWKEN UNION CITY NORTH BERGEN
WEST NEW YORK GUTTENBERG
is the Community Y. M. C. A. working with youth through a
building, equipment and staff especially designed to help youth
grow into responsible citizens physically, mentally and spiritually.
To Provide for Our Annual Budget and Complete the
Rehabilitation Project Started Last Year
LOUIS SCHELLING President
JACK H. WALLACE Vice President
EUGENE H. MAGEE Treasurer
ROGER R. SCIORSCI Secretary
FRED L. BROADGeneral Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MICHAEL L. BEASTY, Treasurer Thos. J. Lipton Co.
PHILIP G. BERNHEIM, Vice President R. Neumann & Co.
MRS. FRANK B. CRISP
ARTHUR L. DICKSONDickson & Creighton, Attorneys
ARTHUR GEISMAR. President, Geismar's
MAX Z. HURWITZ. President Max Z. Hurwitz Co.
CARL W. KEUFFEL. President Keuffel & Esser Co.
EUGENE H. MAGEE. PresidentE. V. Magee & Son
LOUIS MEYER. PresidentHoboken White Lead & Color Works
GEO. K. REILLY. Vice President and TreasurerHudson Trust Co.
LOUIS SCHELLING PresidentSchelling Hardware Co.
ROGER R. SCIORSCIBrand & Sciorsci, Attorneys
RICHARD N. VARLEY, President Varley Motor Co.
JACK H WALLACE PresidentJohn W. Wallace & Co.
CHARLES WESTER Power Representative Public Service Gas & Electric Co.
WILLIAM G. WILSON PresidentWilson Bros. Iron Works
|Year Range from||1956.0|
|Year Range to||1956.0|
1301 Washington St.
|Caption||outside, pp.  + |
Social & Personal Activity
Business & Commerce