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  • Pictured from left is Jacqueline Gifuni of Covenant House; Dominic LaBell, (Lenape Valley High School in Stanhope), DECA north vice president; Cecily DeMarco (Clearview Regional High School in Harrison Township), DECA south vice president; Oscar Lee (Highland Park High School), communications secretary; Emily Burnside (Ridgewood High School), recording secretary; Ryan Mao (Parsippany Hills High School), DECA president; Jenna Parisen (Monroe Township High School), central vice president; Brian Kelley (Clearview Regional High School in Harrison Township), treasurer; and Jannette Scrozzo of Covenant House. Covenant House is a nonprofit charity serving homeless youth with a network of shelters.




New Jersey DECA, an organization of high school students preparing to become leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management, recently presented a check to the Covenant House for $22,150.80.

Clubs from 29 high schools all across the state contributed to the total by running various fundraising events at their high schools.

Covenant House is a nonprofit charity serving homeless youth with a network of shelters across the Americas.




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