Dover, N.J. (October 1, 2012) - The Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs (MCOHA will be hosting its annual gala themed, “Bomba y Plena,” on October 13, 2012. This year the organization will be recognizing Mr. Leslie D. Hirsch, FACHE, President and Chief Executive Officer of Saint Clare’s Health System for outstanding corporate responsibly in promoting services and education in our community, and Ms. Ada Melendez, Vice President and Director of Community Development, Business Banking of Investors Bank for distinguished community service.
The gala will take place at the Hyatt Morristown, Headquarters Plaza, 3 Speedwell Avenue, Morristown, N.J. from 7:00 p.m. to midnight and will raise funds to support MCOHA’s many services to Morris County’s low-income communities including weatherization, transportation, and education programs. More than 10,000 Morris County families have been touched by the services of MCOHA. With offices in Dover, Morristown, Netcong, Butler and Mt. Olive, MCOHA and its services are easily accessible to Morris County residents.
The gala is open to the public and includes a Wine Closet Raffle, Ipad2 Raffle, Tricky Tray and Silent Auction. For more information, tickets, and various levels of sponsorship opportunities call (973) 366-4770 or visit www.mcoha.org. Supporters who are unwilling to attend or sponsor the event, but wish to donate to MCOHA are encouraged to make donations directly on www.mcoha.org.
The Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs’ mission is to enrich the Morris County Community by facilitating the adaptation and well-being of the low-income Hispanics and non-Hispanics through services, information, education, and civic participation. MCOHA has been educating, empowering and serving Morris County’s Hispanic and low-income communities for more than 35 years.