Camden NJ –
The Camden Schools Foundation hosted its 10th Annual Hall of Fame Dinner and Fundraiser on May 20, 2021 at Tavistock Country Club. The event served as a celebration honoring the new inductees as well as presenting the first ever Founder’s Honor. The CSF Hall of Fame is a distinguished group of men and women who are Camden city residents or graduates of Camden schools, who have gone on to make significant contributions to their communities — especially to the students in Camden. A full recording of the program from the event can be found on our YouTube channel.
Ths 10th Annual Hall of Fame welcomed three new members.
Valerie Still – Camden native, all-time leading scorer for University of Kentucky basketball, WNBA player and coach, author, and philanthropist.
Scott “Big Scott” Shepherd – Camden High Class of 1984, entertainment producer, community event planner and philanthropist.
Aletha R. Wright (Posthumous) – Former Camden County Freeholder (among many other civic roles) and lifelong advocate for children and families in Camden. Kelli Wright Lumpkin accepted the award on behalf of her mother and their family.
The Camden Schools Foundation also presented its first ever Founder’s Honor to
Harvey C. Johnson – Judge, Partner at Duane Morris Law Firm, community activist, and Founder of the Camden Schools Foundation.
Overall the event raised over $65,000 for the students and schools in Camden, which would not have been possible without our generous sponsors.
Presenting Sponsor – Aramark
Platinum Scholarship Sponsor – Bell Pharmacy
Gold Sponsors – Camden Education Fund and Bowman, LLP
Silver Sponsors – Conner Strong & Buckelew, ESS, Dennis and Debbie Kelleher, Michaels Organization, Pennoni, and Rowan
Bronze Sponsors – CamCare Health Corporation, Center for Family Guidance, FPA French and Jefferson Health, Parrello Associates, Marmero Law, Virtua Health, and Volunteers of America
Thank you to Curt Hudson and “Eyes of Distinction” Photography, Videography & Digital Media for providing photos of the event.