Giving Back

KP Edgestone Realty and its agents are committed to serving the community. We believe, "At the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished… it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back."

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· ANNUAL FOOD AND TOY DRIVE Celebrating its 3rd year of collecting non-perishables and unwrapped toys for those in need during the Holiday Season.  Collection starts November 1st 2021.  Drop off your donation at 76 Main St. Suite 1 Matawan, NJ 07747 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday or call (732) 307-3200 for us to come pick up your donation (See flyer invitation attached).

Jeffrey Kagan & Joel Pascua both serve on the Board of Trustees of the Pride Center of New Jersey, an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the health and well-being of all individuals in the LGBTQ community. The Center is a safe space to gather together, and so much more. Here, we celebrate who we are as individuals and as a community. Here we find comfort in unity. In this place, we accept who we are and how far we have come in the fight for equal rights. Here we continue to fight for equality.

· MADISON OLD BRIDGE HISTORICAL SOCEITY/ THOMAS WARNE MUSEUM -

The museum was so named because of its location on a portion of Thomas Warne’s 1000 acre parcel of land. It has been reported that Thomas, who had an excellent rapport with the local Native Americans, had built a wigwam nearby in 1685. For nearly half of a century the Thomas Warne Museum (housed in the tiny one room Cedar Grove Schoolhouse which in 1999 was expanded to include a display gallery) has been a vital historical site and a source of education and information from the earliest days of the area’s history. The Madison Township Historical Society’s mission is the acquisition and preservation of area history, and the education of our children.

https://www.thomas-warne-museum.com/

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· MATAWAN HISTORICAL SOCEITY- The Matawan Historical Society is a volunteer, non-profit organization founded in 1969. Its goals are the preservation of and the education of local history. The Society members furnish and operate the Burrowes Mansion Museum, maintain the collections, and serve as tour guides at the museum.

The Society and its members undertake projects to make history available to the public. These have included indexing historical records, producing publications, and providing speakers for outside groups.  https://matawanhistoricalsociety.org/