Charity Gala At Newark Museum To Raise Funds To Fight Child Abuse

NEW BRUNSWICK – Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey is calling all citizens across the state to join together at its Annual Charity Gala, being held at the Newark Museum on April 19 at 6:30 p.m., to raise funds to end child abuse and support prevention programs across New Jersey.

This spectacular event will offer food and spirits, entertainment, a gift auction and art tours. Former Apprentice Dr. Randal Pinkett will be honored for his unwavering commitment to healthy child development and the organization over the past several years.

Tickets for the event are $200 and include a guided tour through the Ballentine House, originally built in 1885, which now includes a suite of “House & Home” galleries with period pieces spread throughout. The event will also feature a special guest performance by the Newark Boys Choir.

Dr. Randal Pinkett is the co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of BCT Partners, a management, technology, and policy consulting firm in Newark, and has served as the Master of Ceremonies for Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey’s annual event over for several years. The organization is proud to in turn now honor Dr. Pinkett for his own outstanding work.

“Randal has served as an exceptional ambassador supporting PCA-NJ’s work to strengthen families and prevent child abuse, including serving as the emcee for our annual event for the last five years,” said Rush Russell, Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey. “His exceptional energy, wit, intelligence and charm has been a highlight each year and we are proud to have his continued commitment, passion and support for our work.”

Current sponsors for the event include PNC Wealth Management, Sovereign Bank, Pink Dahlia, Barat Foundation, Due Marie, Prudential, Wolff & Samson, and WithumSmith+Brown.

Raising healthy children is an art – they become our masterpieces. Join us on April 19th for a wonderful evening. All proceeds from the event benefit Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey, a nonprofit organization working to end child abuse. The organization is working in all 21 counties of the state to ensure that all children are safe, healthy, nurtured and encouraged to learn. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit or call 1-800-CHILDREN.

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