New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association Hockey Team to Play Benefit for LADACIN Network

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The New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association Hockey Team will be playing a charity hockey game on Saturday, November 18th at 5:30 pm, competing against the FDNY EMS team at the Jersey Shore Arena in Wall. All proceeds will benefit LADACIN Network, helping to support LADACIN’s mission of providing a continuum of care including educational, therapeutic, social, residential and support services to infants, children and adults with complex physical and developmental disabilities and delays living in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.

The NJSPBA Hockey Team is a non-profit organization, representing over 33,000 men and women in law enforcement across the state of New Jersey. They are dedicated to providing support for the communities they serve by raising awareness and funds for various charities. Hockey games and toy drives are just a few of the ways the NJSPBA contributes to local organizations. Several team members recently visited LADACIN Network, talking with many of the children and adults and touring the facility.

Tickets are $10 and are available at the door, by contacting Cathy Claps, Coordinator of Development and Community Relations at 732-493-5900, or by emailing CommunityRelations@ladacin.org. For more information on LADACIN, go to www.ladacin.org.