Project KIND 123 creates opportunities and builds support systems for those experiencing homelessness. We believe in strengthening our community through kindness and helping those who are in need to achieve their goals.
Through our mobile street outreach team, we provide food, needed items, mentoring, emergency/temporary housing, information, referrals to assisted programs, encouragement and support.
Our goal is to help those experiencing homelessness by providing the supports that will allow them to focus on their strengths and purpose while overcoming their challenges and circumstance so they are able to get off the street. We do this through kindness and lending a helping hand.
We encourage others from our community to get involved and spread kindness by offering a volunteer program for all ages that engages with our community through our outreach projects, highlighting kindness and sharing stories. We encourage others to come together and share love, resources, time, talents and knowledge.
our board of directors
Jenny DePaul - Chairman/Founder
Raina Ellison - Member
Rhett Ellison - Member
Erin Saxton - Member
Kevin Curran - Member
Tom Degnan - Member
Dan Eleuteri - Dr. Dan Eleuteri is a Chiropractor in Denville, NJ who owns and operates Invictus Family Chiropractic. He is married to Lauren and they have a son, Jack. He is committed to making a healthier community and helping people reach their true potential. He believes we are here to make a difference in this world.
Jen Nater - Jennifer is currently a Senior Client Associate at Wells Fargo Advisors and serves as Secretary on Project Kinds Board. She attended the College of St. Elizabeth and received a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in management in 2005. A few year later she decided to go back to the College of St. Elizabeth and continued her studies, where she earned a degree in Masters of Management in 2009. She enjoys volunteering, participating in community events, and developing meaningful relationships with others. Jennifer resides in Whippany, NJ and enjoys, hiking, spinning and attending Zumba classes at her local gym. In conjunction with her full-time job she works part-time and is currently studying in hopes of furthering her career.
Wayne Paulter - Wayne is a Project KIND board member, mentor and volunteer. He is an experienced attorney admitted to practice in New Jersey, United States District Court for the District ofNew Jersey, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit,United States Tax Court and the Supreme Court of the United States. He is a graduate of the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. Wayne’s academic background focused on the political and legal framework for international economic relations, particularly global trade. Prior to entering private practice in the field of litigation, he developed experience at a federal government agency and at a foreign consulate. Wayne has also obtained formal training in grassroots organization, campaign management and fundraising. He holds Internal Revenue Service certifications which enable him to provide Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) to low-income families and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE). Wayne has experience in prison outreach and with organizations dedicated to empowering families experiencing poverty in the developing world.