Climb for a Cause

Climb for a Cause, Mount Snowdon, Wales

Wow! Thanks to your amazing support, we’ve not only reached our goal of $3,560, but we’ve surpassed it! Cheryl’s climb up Mount Snowdon just got even more inspiring. We’re now aiming to double the mountain’s height – that’s $7,120!
You are all so incredible! We’ve passed our doubled goal! Why not double it again!?
Let’s keep this momentum going and see just how high we can go together.
Your donations make a difference, and every bit helps our cause.
Thank you for your continued support!

On July 19, Cheryl Kozyra, a member of the Nutley Family Service Bureau Board of Trustees, will be hiking up Mount Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), the tallest mountain in Wales, with an elevation of 3,560 feet.

Cheryl is climbing to raise funds and awareness for the mission of the NFSB, which helps to serve the needs of Nutley and surrounding communities through NFSB’s many programs.

Please help her achieve (or even surpass!) her goal of by donating to Climb for a Cause.

Here are some images of Cheryl on a previous climb. Check back for pictures from this year’s climb after July 19.

Climb for a Cause

Mount Snowdon, Wales

July 19, 2024

Since 1913, NFSB has supported residents
through two World Wars, the Great Depression, Superstorm Sandy, and the Covid pandemic. Of course, everyday life presents its own challenges with relationships, work, money, and stress. Because the community has always been there for us, we’ve always been there for the community.

As proud as we are of our history, we’re focused on the present and future. We need your help to continue supporting neighbors through our mental health program, case management services, food pantry, and thrift shop.

Please consider a year-end gift to the 2023 annual fund. Your tax-deductible donation will go directly to supporting these much-needed resources right here in our community. Thank you so much for your generosity, compassion, and commitment to helping others!

Making an Impact

Changing Lives

If you would like to download a copy of the letter, you can do that here.