Since 2009 live civilly has evolved from a family project into a movement. Living by the motto of “…people helping people helping people…” live civilly has identified new and innovative ways of bridging the gap between capitalism and altruism.  By establishing and nurturing community relationships to work together toward a common goal, live civilly has :

  • Since 2009 :

    • January 2011 Creation of Live Civilly Food Pantry at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Moorestown, NJ (now Live Civilly/Moorestown Ministerium Pantry – LCMMFP)
    • March 2012 Creation of Moorestown ExCELS Program  (Extra Curricular, Education and Life Skills) Program
    • 2012 Establishment of service opportunities for ages 3-13+
    • 2012 -2015 Homework Help – Free Academic Assistance & Peer Tutoring Program
    • 2012-2015 Summer Lunch Program – Provided more than 2,600 healthy lunches to at-risk youth
    • 2013 Ground breaking of the first Community Supported Garden (CSG)
    • 2013 Establishment of Maintain the Brain Summer Bridging Program
    • 2014 Moorestown Upper Elementary School Community Supported Garden Project (CSG Phase II)
    • 2014 Partnership with MHS Special Needs Job Coaches
    • 2014 Recognized by Dr. Wayne Baker, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan in United America, text for Sociology and Business Management Programs
    • 2015 Community Service Club Grades K-6 (Moorestown & Cherry Hill) Pilot Programs
    • 2015 Expansion of Community Supported Gardens to four (4) locations (CSG Phase III and IV) – One Garden One Week program
    • 2015 Maintain the Brain Summer Bridging Program expansion to two sessions per week
    • To date: 
                    Live civilly has provided more than 100,000 meals through the LCMMFP and the youth service initiatives that help to supply it;
                   Live civilly has provided over 1200 hours of Academic Assistance
                  Live civilly has created specific programs that target youth education and involvement and provided more than 2,500 service hours that benefit local communities

Live Civilly Email List

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 3,949 other subscribers

Live Civilly Events

March 2018

No Events were found.