During the event, Collier Youth Services honored the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, who founded the organization in 1927. In addition, many contributors and benefactors were honored, including AT&T Pioneers, who consist of a network of former and current AT&T employees that have volunteered their time and participated in many service projects to enhance the grounds at Collier, and Tim McCloone and Holiday Express.
Collier Youth Services also took this opportunity to recognize a long time friend of the organization, philanthropist and humanitarian, Howard Schoor, who was a Ruby Sponsor for the event. For over 20 years, Mr. Schoor served on the Board of Directors of Collier Services where his contributions have helped provide year-round environmental educational studies, summer day camp and recreational programs for these at-risk children. Several years ago, Collier Services also established the Howard M. Schoor Humanitarian Fund in honor of Howard’s support and service.
“As in previous years, I was excited to show my support for Collier Youth Services foundation,” explains Mr. Howard M. Schoor. “It is my pleasure to help the organization for this annual event which is so important in raising the funds we need to help so many at-risk children in the area.”
The 2012 Collier Youth Services Anniversary Gala was a huge success with monies raised from its ad journal, auction, silent auction and 50/50.
For more information on how to get involved in Collier Youth Services visit http://www.collieryouthservices.org/ and for information on the charitable Howard Schoor visit http://howardschoor.com/.
About Howard Schoor
Howard M. Schoor is a life-long entrepreneur, philanthropist and humanitarian. Over the course of his life, he has been the Founder, Chairman, Owner / Chief Executive Officer and on the Board of many successful companies, including Schoor DePalma, Inc., HMS Consulting LLC, Schoor Companies, Woodstone, Seat Strap LLC, Showplace Farms, Community Bank of New Jersey, Sun National Bank, Midlantic/Merchants National Bank, New Era Bank, First Pioneer Farm Credit Association’s Customer Service Council, and YHD and Foxtons North America, Inc.
As a result of his varied interests in business, Howard M. Schoor has experience with civil engineering, land development and real estate, luxury home development, and owner and breeder of harness horses.
In addition, Mr. Schoor has long been a philanthropist and humanitarian, and with the assistance of his wife and children created the Schoor Family Foundation, which has helped raise multiple millions of dollars for worthwhile charities, including Collier Youth Services, Centra State Healthcare Foundation, Jewish Federation of Monmouth County, Monmouth County Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, American Heart Association, among others. He is an on-going supporter and active participant in numerous local charitable and civic community activities. Several years ago, Collier Services established the Howard M. Schoor Humanitarian Fund in honor of Howard’s support and service. This fund is used to assist children and families to any of the Collier programs who have a compelling need not addressed by other resources.
For more information about Howard Schoor, please visit http://www.HowardSchoor.com, or like him on Facebook at: http://www.Facebook.com/HowardMSchoor, or follow him on Twitter at: http://www.Twitter.com/HowardSchoor or connect with him on Linked In at: http://www.linkedin.com/company/howard-schoor, or follow him on Google Plus at: https://plus.google.com/u/0/103093129066920341297/.