Hammonton Exchange Club Hammonton Kiawanis
Hammonton Lions Order of the Sons of Italy
Mt. Carmel Society Puerto Rican Civic Association of Hammonton
Hammonton Rotary Club Hammonton Women's Civic Club
Kessler Memorial Hospital Foundation Italian Sons & Daughters of America
Soroptomist International of Hammonton
Want to Join Us:
We welcome all service organizations or businesses that wish to join us in our effort. Contact any Hammonton-USA member organization member or write to:

Hammonton United Services Association
P.O. Box 811
Hammonton, NJ
08037

 Hammonton United Services Association

Hammonton USA Annual Charity
Benefits
Hammonton/St. Joseph's School Libraries
Beef 'n' Beer/ Chance Auction
at Kerri Brooke Caterers
Saturday, May 5th, 2007
Auction Preview: 6:00-7:30pm; Food at 7:30pm
Music by DJ Jimmy Brown
Donation $30

Come out and help Thursday and Friday Evenings and Saturday Morning at the location for our event- Kerri Brooke Caterers. . All are welcome to help.
Donation Letter and Donation Receipts

This year, Hammonton-USA has selected The Hammonton Education Foundation, Inc. to receive the proceeds raised in our next charity event for their "Books Build Bridges" program. The Hammonton Education Foundation is an independent non-profit community based organization which exists to supplement and enhance the quality of education for students. They want to purchase needed books for the two Saint Joseph School libraries and the three Hammonton Public School's libraries. This joint effort between our community's two school districts can help provide needed books for the children's use. The funds will be equally divided among the five libraries with the Hammonton Education Foundation overseeing the disbursement of money.
We are proud to have selected this cause because once again Hammonton-USA will be working together to help raise funds for the children in our community. That's why it's so easy to dedicate HUSA's 2007 fund raising efforts to the Hammonton Education Foundation's "Books to Bridges" program.
Hammonton USA Took A Year Off To Reflect On Our Successes and Plan On Our Future Service To The Community.
Hurricane Katrina Slideshow
The members of Hammonton USA decided on the Fall of 2005 that it would be best to take a year off in our fundraising efforts for Hammonton. The devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida is deeply troubling. Our hearts go out to those who are suffering and face an uncertain future. Our nation faces new unprecedented challenges. The folks on the Gulf Coast are going to need the help of this country for a long time. Various service clubs and individuals in Hammonton had been busy and are continuing in the nationwide efforts to assist those affected by this disaster.
I cannot express my appreciation enough to people of Hammonton who support us. We have received promises of support from many businesses and organizations. We greatly appreciate the generosity of the people and businesses in Hammonton that came forth and gave. I cannot tell you how much we treasure our great community. We are eager to continue our efforts in helping our own community. I look forward to your support for our 2007 HUSA Charity Event.
Jose' Diaz -Co-Chairperson, Hammonton United Services Association
View Our Photo Album of Our 2004 Charity Event

View Our Photo Album of Our 2005 Charity Event
2005 Winner's Gallery
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Sabrina Perry
Folsom Elementary School
Mark Errera
St. Joseph Elementary School
Jose' Martinez
Warren E. Sooy, Jr. Elementary School
View Our Photo Album of 2005 Posters

Hammonton USA Logo 2003
Origin of HUSA

The idea for creating Hammonton USA arose from a need for the Hammonton Little League to raise funds to construct an indoor training facility at Hammonton Lake Park. The training facility will house batting cages and pitching areas to be used for indoor clinics to teach hitting and pitching skills to boys and girls.

HUSA was formed on October 8th, 2002. Joe Brown was the driving force behind the project. His leadership in bringing eight Hammonton service organizations to benefit this project spelled overwhelming success for everyone. Today the club has grown to 11 service organizations united.