FARMINGDALE, NJ — The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore has received a van donated by United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties and refurbished by Causeway Family of Dealerships.

“The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore is grateful for our local community supporters”, said Heather Coburn, Interim CEO, GSJS. “This generous donation will support operations at our camps, Camp Amity Acres (Waretown) and Camp Sacajawea (Farmingdale). Our camps give girls the space to discover a strong sense of self, gain practical life skills, become resourceful problem solvers, and cultivate healthy friendships.”

Camp Amity Acres and Camp Sacajawea are open to all girls, ages 3-15, and their sibling brothers, ages 3-12, for an unforgettable summer. Camp registration is now open for our 2022 season. Visit our website to discover more about our camps.

“We are thrilled to once again assist the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, with a vehicle donation!”, said Joe Stroffolino, Director of Advertising and Marketing, Causeway Family of Dealerships. “This van was donated to us by the United Way of Ocean and Monmouth Counties with the understanding that Causeway would recondition and repair the van and donate to GSJS. The van was available because Causeway had donated two vans to United Way previously this year. Those two vans were in part donated by Meals on Wheels. One act of kindness triggered many others in turn.”

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Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore serves nearly 9,000 girls ages 5-18 in Monmouth and Ocean counties, providing a time-tested leadership experience that inspires and motivates them to take action for themselves and their communities. For over 110 years, Girl Scouts has helped girls become women of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. To join us, volunteer, reconnect or donate, visit or call (800) 785-2090.

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