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Atlantic Hub News Briefs, March 31

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The Chelsea at Shrewsbury, an assisted living community, recently presented a
check to No Limits Café, a nonprofit organization that empowers and employs adults with
intellectual disabilities.

The Chelsea hosted a grab-and-go event that gave families and individuals an
opportunity to buy dinner and a bottle of wine, with all proceeds going to No Limits Café. The event raised $555, according to a press release.

“We are thankful for the kindness and support from The Chelsea at Shrewsbury,” said
Stephanie Cartier, co-founder of No Limits Café. “They are committed to making a difference and making an impact with the local businesses in Monmouth County.”

“We are so happy to partner with No Limits Café and support their mission,” said Allison Nappi, director of community relations at The Chelsea at Shrewsbury. “There are so many amazing organizations in the surrounding area and we continue to look for ways to stay
engaged and interact inside and outside our community.”

The Chelsea at Shrewsbury will host an Easter basket giveaway for first responders on
April 1. The community will also be co-hosting a pasta giveaway with The Chelsea at Tinton
Falls to fundraise for Fulfill NJ and the Ocean County Food Bank, according to the press release.

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