N.J. Campground Delivers Check to Hospital
Beachcomber Camping Resort in New Jersey's Lower Township and co-owner Tammy Brodesser Gomez (shown at far left) presented a check for $25,000 to Cape Regional Medical Center in December for the Thomas and Claire Brodesser Jr., Cancer Center Capital Campaign. Funds were raised through many fun events at the campground, and Gomez thanked all the local businesses and campers for their support and donations. To date, the campground has contributed more than $321,500, over 19 years, the Press of Atlantic City reported. David and Maggie Robinson, co-owners of Holly Shores Campground in Lower Township, delivered their second gift toward their three-year, $25,000 pledge to the cancer center campaign this month. The money came from fundraising initiatives held at Holly Shores throughout the camping season. Maggie Robinson is the daughter of Thomas and Claire Brodesser.