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Established in 1947, The North Jersey Elks Developmental Disabilities Agency is a private non-profit organization operated by the Board of Trustees. This Board is comprised of representatives from local Elks lodges (Paterson, Fair Lawn, Pompton Lakes, Clifton, Passaic Valley, and Wayne) and concerned citizens. The Board meets monthly to review programs, finances, personnel, and other issues related to preschool, elementary school, high school, and adult services for individuals with disabilities in Passaic and surrounding counties.
1481 Main Avenue Clifton NJ 07011, US
Dr. William G. Weiss
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About The North Jersey Chamber of Commerce
We are a non-profit business organization, rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, whose history goes back over 100 years! We pride ourselves on being a forward thinking, dynamic, and modern business organization with a PAY-IT-FORWARD mindset. We host over 70 business orientation, yet effective events and networking opportunities throughout the year and with over 700 members and 5000 business contacts, we are not only one of the most active business organizations in the region, but one of the largest in Northern New Jersey.Member BenefitsJoin Us
Our Members Say:
“Membership in the North Jersey Chamber of Commerce has not only helped grow my business, but has provided engaging events to blend business networking with entertainment and fun. The professional relationships I have generated through the chamber transformed into long standing friendships. When you attend an event, it feels more akin to going out with a group of friends since you will never feel stranded or alone. Members make it a point to introduce new people to their friends and business colleges to make them feel appreciated and welcome.
This is not your “hand your business card to 50 people and hope for the best” kind of organization. The mentality of North Jersey Chamber members is one of introductions and professional growth. When we meet a new person, the first thing that comes to mind is “who can I introduce this person to?”. It is this thought process that makes members the North Jersey Chamber of Commerce exceptional and successful.”- Jay Reynolds, Hanson & Ryan, Totowa, NJ