Together For a Better Gloucester City

​​ Hearth Community Fund finances roof restoration of the Betsy Ross Pavilion.

March 23, 2016

November 14, 2015

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​​Hearth Community Fund donates a $1,000 to fund the purchase and training of a police dog for a Safer Gloucester City!

Roll up your sleeves, grab a paintbrush and have some fun! The theme of this year will be "Together for a Better Gloucester City." All community residents, young and old are invited to gather in Proprietor’s Park on Saturday, November 14th from 1pm to 3pm. Head to the “Give it your Max” tent (Sponsored by Max’s Seafood Café) where you can paint and personalize your own wooden fish sculpture. Your artwork will be added to the proposed installation “wave,” next to the historic Betsy Ross Pavilion, celebrating the talent of our community and our city’s history as a fishing village. Be part of history: It’s a one-time opportunity to have “what Gloucester City means to you,” preserved in our historic Proprietor’s Park!

Please gather to support our community “artists” as we encourage all to join in and paint! Free food and drink will be provided courtesy of Max’s Seafood Café. Entertainment and music will be provided by our very own Gloucester City musicians.


Meet the Artist

Meet the Fall 2015 "Together for a Better Gloucester City" award recipient,​ Winter Willoughby-Spera .

Thank you Winter Willoughby-Spera for a fantastic plan to uplift our cherished Proprietor’s Park and Betsy Ross Pavilion. Winter will be available to share her enthusiasm and ideas for the Pavilion and will also be lending a hand and a paintbrush to all aspiring Gloucester City artists! Click here to view Winter’s Together for a Better Gloucester City plan.

​​This fall, the completed Wave Wall revealing the spirit and pride of Gloucester City will be on display for all to enjoy.

January 9, 2015

​​Winter Willoughby-Spera, 2015 Award Recipient "Together for a Better Gloucester City".

Thank you Winter Willoughby-Spera for an inspirational and interactive design to uplift our cherished Proprietor’s Park and Betsy Ross Pavilion. Winter will be available to share her enthusiasm and ideas for the Pavilion and will also be lending a hand and a paintbrush to all aspiring Gloucester City artists!


Click here to view Winter’s design, "Together for a Better Gloucester City".

September 8, 2018

​​Chubby's Steakhouse has fundraiser for Hearth Community Fund and raises $1,500 for our great Gloucester City!

Winter Willoughby-Spera, Hearth Community Fund

The Hearth Community Fund is a tax exempt 501(C)(3) organization and registered New Jersey Non-Profit Corporation located at 239 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City, NJ 08030. Phone: 856.209.5909.

Click here to view Mayor Bill James' 2015 State of the City Address speaking about community initiatives. 

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