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The Arc of Atlantic County – HOPE NOTES

Beginning April 26th through June 30th, 2020, you can help! We’re encouraging our friends, families, community partners, volunteers, donors and the general public to share your pictures or words of encouragement with people who use the residential services provided by The Arc of Atlantic County.


Your pictures and words of encouragement will surely brighten the day of the person who receives your Hope Note.


How Can You Help?

Write Notes, Letters, or Cards

Draw or Paint Pictures


Mail to:

HOPE NOTES c/o Friends at The Arc of Atlantic County

6550 Delilah Rd., St. 101, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

Send an email to


Post a photo or Make a Video on our Social Media Pages @ArcAtlantic and hashtag #TheArcAtlantic #HopeNotes


Send Hope Notes Today!

  • Enlist the Help from Your Friends and Family
  • Ask your Volunteer or Community Groups to get involved
  • Great Project for Children, Teens, Adults and Seniors


Make A Difference in the Lives of Someone living with I/DD in our community by showing your support and kindness!


Census 2020 The Arc of NJ Family Institute Census Resource Page

NJ Census 2020 Team

Complete your census NOW!

You Count! Be Counted.

The 2020 Census is here, and it is important that people with disabilities and their families are ready to be counted!

Every 10 years, everyone in the United States is counted through the census. It is important that everyone is counted because the census data impacts many key things. For example, the census data is used to figure out how much money state and local governments get for Medicaid, housing vouchers, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and education programs. When there isn’t enough money, services and programs for people with disabilities can be cut. Census data is also used to determine how many representatives each state gets in the House of Representatives.

Where can I get more information about Census 2020?

For more information and resources about the census and people with disabilities, visit