Athletic Foundation Hosts 'NP Night Out' Fundraiser This Saturday

Sixth annual fundraiser will help New Providence Athletic Foundation pay off remaining Lieder Field renovation debt that provided $1M in improvements without taxpayer impact.

By Jim Madden & Allison Smith

The New Providence Athletic Foundation invites you to attend the first annual “NP Night Out,” which will be held this Saturday, Sept. 15 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at ’s Lieder Field. All are welcome to attend.

Our 6th Annual Fundraiser will help the NPAF pay off its remaining debt on the , which began back in 2007 and has provided $1 million in improvements to the complex without any taxpayer impact.  

The fundraiser will feature free sports and games for kids from 3 to 18 years of age, including the Micro League Soccer season opener for 1st and 2nd graders, an NFL style Football Combine sponsored by the PAL, Lacrosse Hard Shot competition and an athletic demonstration by Gabrielle Fitness. Plus, the highlight of the night will be the inaugural “Pioneer Cup” running race competition among boys and girls in grades K-6.

A BBQ-style fare and beverages is included in the entrance fee including specialty items prepared by award winning CEC Wade Burch, winner of The Food Network’s “Chopped” competition. The cost is $25 per person or $100 per family maximum, which is completely tax deductible.  You may pay at the door with cash or check made payable to “New Providence Athletic Foundation.” With a large walk up crowd expected, we would like to encourage families to sign up and pay online at our website, www.newprovaf.org.

With a large walk up crowd expected, we would like to encourage families to sign up and pay online at our

website www.newprovaf.org or by clicking the link below.  Please print a copy of your PayPal receipt as your admission ticket.


The New Providence Athletic Foundation is a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization that supports and funds our community’s athletic and recreational improvements within the Borough. The aspirations and goals of the NPAF will be realized because of generous donations and volunteer efforts from people like you. We hope to see you on Saturday, everyone will be there!

For more information, visit www.newprovaf.org or contact Allison Smith at 908-665-4220.


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