Every year, MNDC holds a TOY DRIVE to provide gifts to needy Montclair families so children can wake up to presents under their tree. Can you be a blessing to a child by helping? We need donations to provide for the many children in our area. Simply bring an unwrapped
MNDC proudly celebrates 50 years of dedicated service to the Montclair community and beyond. During this season of giving, we are asking our friends and supporters to help support this important fundraising effort by participating in our silent auction.
The proceeds will enable this agency to continue our mission
MNDC wants to make sure that Montclair families have the means to put on a proper Thanksgiving. Please help either personally or through your congregation or group to donate canned goods and frozen turkeys. That’ll help us so we can assemble baskets for approximately 50 families in need. Please drop
If you are a family in need, please register for a Thanksgiving dinner basket by November 20.
MNDC is taking registrations for its annual Summer Oasis basketball program for youth ages 10 – 18. This 4-week program runs from July 27 – August 21 and will also include financial literacy and science workshops and runs from 5 – 9 p.m. at Glenfield Park in Montclair.
MNDC will be conducting its Career Development Institute May 22 – June 26, 2020. Instead of live instruction, students will connect via Zoom on Fridays from 5 – 7 p.m. Applications will be accepted May 11 – 26. To register, call Elaine Spears at 973-744-9094, ext. 1202.
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Registration has opened for the Culinary Career Institute where teenagers learn culinary skills during a 10-week program starting on April 3. Instruction takes place at the Wally Choice Community Center located in the Glenfield Park, Montclair, NJ. To register, contact Madeline Guthrie by March 31 at 973-744-9094, ext. 1200. Click
MNDC participated in Essex County’s Homeless Connect Day on January 31, 2020. Designed to be a one-stop information source for homeless individuals, men and women gathered at the Branch Brook Park roller skating rink and were able to take advantage of health screenings, haircuts, mental health services, veterans services, employment