In honor of celebrating Catholic Youth Organization of Mercer County's 70th anniversary, enjoy a walk down memory lane of by-gone days provided by CYO's late founder and first director Msgr. Leonard Toomey.
This is our story
The mission of the Dombal-Vogel Foundation is to provide assistance to children under the age of 18 years who are at risk because of socio-economic constraints. Their needs can be physical, mental, educational, adaptive, or legal nature.
Helen Dombal and Dolores Vogel established the Dombal-Vogel Foundation in memory of their husbands Edward Dombal, a businessman, and Jerome Vogel, M.D., a physician. Both men gave generously of their time and finances to help others in need, primarily children. This Foundation carries forth their care and concern.
We provide funds to an individual child or teen as well as to non-profit programs that serve them. The Foundation also provides financial aid to young adults pursuing their studies in medically related fields such as nursing and health technology. Because Edward Dombal owned a successful water drilling company, Helen sought to honor him by also providing financial aid to those students who would pursue courses in hydrology and water management.
HOW WE HELP
Dombal-Vogel Foundation's trustees Barbara Dazzo, Joan Geiger, Marguerite Baranowski, and Elizabeth Soranno attend a "Tea with Martha Washington" on April 24, 2022 in support of the Special Needs Children Committee of the B.P.O.E. Lodge #1068 that support the health and happiness and well-being of special needs children throughout the community. ...
Might Writers core programming for children 3-17 years is designed to confront educational inequality in marginalized communities in Philadelphia and Camden area. The program focuses on empowering their students by providing high quality, community-oriented and culturally relevant reading and writing programs. Volunteers and staff act as mentors,...
Middle Earth NJ
Middle Earth is a non-profit social service agency serving at risk youth in Somerset County. They help hundreds of youth each year to become responsible and independent members of their communities through year round programs and mentoring.