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YB Cares

Published by admin at June 3, 2018


In the recent months, YB has had the gracious opportunity to host events in order to support local charities and organizations. Below is a recap of some of these events.


Millburn-Short Hills Volunteer First Aid Squad

The Millburn-Short Hills Volunteer First Aid Squad (MSHVFAS) which answered its first call on June 14th, 1958 is staffed and run by all volunteers. The squad relies exclusively on the generosity of donors for financial support. The Squad receives no tax money from the town, so 100% of every dollar donated goes directly to support the operations.

At this time, one of the three ambulances is nearing the end of its service life and is in need of being replaced. Ambulances are large capital investments, and thus are looking to raise enough capital to fund the purchase.

Home for Good Dog Rescue (HFGDR) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered in Berkeley Heights, NJ. They rescue dogs from high-kill shelters in the South, transport them to their rescue, and give them a second chance at life. As a uniquely 100-percent foster-based rescue, we place each dog into a loving foster home until adoption, and since our inception, we have rescued nearly 6,000 dogs and given them loving homes for good.
The JDRF Youth Ambassador team is helping to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D) for the millions of children and adults living with this disease. 
In order to accomplish this, YB welcomed riders to fill our Cycle YB Studio while participants rode towards their goals!
Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer raised heart rates to raise funds for ovarian cancer research and prevention! Since their inception in 1996, the Rivkin Center has been a principle catalyst for national and international research efforts aimed at finding solutions to ovarian cancer.
Mallory’s Army fights to end bullying. After the passing of 12-year-old Mallory, they have brought together people in the fight against bullying… Don’t just teach kindness… Be kindness. 


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