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Clifton Board of Education Employee in Need…

Danny Listmeier is the head custodian at the Clifton High School Annex on Brighton Road. This past week Danny was involved in an awful car accident and family members have set up a GoFundMe page to assist with medical bills and expenses. Below is an excerpt from the Go-Fund-Me page that Danny’s family has created. They update the page daily with information on his recovery progress.

“My cousin, Danny Listmeier, son of Lani (Teacher School 2) and Jerry Pollastro (BOE Maintenance Division), nephew of Cathy (Teacher CHS) and John Burke (Retired Clifton Police LT), (including many other family members and friends to SO many), was in an awful car accident. He sustained many injuries and is currently in the ICU. Tomorrow will be a week since his accident and he is still fighting for his life. He has bleeding on the brain, and many other injuries. Along with prayers and positive thoughts, we are seeking donations for future medical bills and/or expenses that he will endure. He is going to have a long road to recovery but he is a strong person and we are confident he will fight to get well. That being said, we don’t want him to worry about finances for the time being. I can’t explain how much we appreciate all the calls and messages we have received thus far. Danny is DEFINITELY loved. We will try to keep people updated on his progress as much as possible. We thank you for your donation in advance. Every little bit will help.”

-Erin Burke-Saba

 

Please help by donating at the GoFundMe Page below:

https://www.gofundme.com/3tyskf4

From North Jersey.com:
Video: Clifton pulling for beloved school custodian in a coma
The Clifton community is rallying around Danny Listmeier, a beloved school custodian for the Clifton Annex, who remains in a coma two weeks after a serious motor vehicle accident.

http://www.northjersey.com/videos/news/passaic/clifton/2017/06/07/video-clifton-pulling-beloved-school-custodian-coma/102601054/

Please help with a donation for Anthony Englehardt

This past December Anthony Englehardt was diagnosed with Advanced Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Anthony is a 16-year-old volunteer firefighter who is a member of the Little Falls Fire Department Enterprise Company #2. He also is a Passaic Valley High School student, a member of the Hornets Lacrosse team and an avid snowboarder. Anthony is currently undergoing medical treatment, but he needs your support.

Please join us and show your support for Anthony by making a PayPal donation below. All donations collected by Clifton FMBA 21 will directly benefit Anthony Englehardt and his family to assist in paying for his medical bills.

The pasta dinner we posted on our website in January has sold out. All donations collected by Clifton FMBA 21 will presented to Anthony and his family at the fundraiser dinner on March 18, 2017. The PayPal link below will be active until March 15th. Please be advised you do not need a PayPal account to donate. You will need a credit or debit card to make a donation. Thank you all again for your continued support.



***The PayPal link has been closed for this fundraiser***

Thank You Residents- Toys for Tots Collection

Thank you Clifton residents for your donations to our annual Toys for Tots program!

Pictured above from Station 5 on Brighton Road are: FF Steve Kochik, FF Ryan Laurice (Toys for Tots Program Coordinator), FF Thomas Lancaster, FF Doug Yates, and Captain Ryan Fitzsimmons.

 

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Back2School Outreach Program & Fundraiser – Drop off School Supplies at any Clifton Fire House!

Thank you in advance for your donations. Please help underprivileged families get the supplies their children need for the upcoming school year. Drop off your donations at any Clifton Fire House!

Backpack Program

An important message to the Citizens of Clifton

To all Clifton residents and businesses,

FMBA Local # 21 is the only organization that represents Clifton Firefighters here in the city. It has come to our attention that outside venders are using our good name and possibly other firefighter groups to solicit money via phone from our residents.

I write to inform you that Clifton FMBA Local #21 does not use telephone solicitors to request donations.

The only donation request you should receive and consider is the one received in the mail direct from Clifton Firefighters FMBA Local # 21 with a return address of 219 Valley Road Clifton, NJ 07013.

 

Thank-you,

Patrick Cassidy

President, FMBA 21