Adults in South Jersey with brain injuries learn life enhancing skills

The following information was released by Bancroft.

Bancroft supporter Rob Curley tours the nonprofit’s newest site: a Cherry Hill facility where adults with brain injuries learn skills that enhance their lives. During Curley’s visit, one group demonstrated how they’re creating a newsletter to promote their activities.

Haddonfield-based Bancroft will honor Curley and his employer, TD Bank, for their outstanding support of people with disabilities, during the Bancroft Butterfly Ball on Feb. 9 at The Merion in Cinnaminson.

Now in its 20th year, the Ball raises nearly $400,000 annually for Bancroft programs for people with autism, brain injuries and related disabilities. For information or tickets, call (856) 524–7023 or visit

From left: Duane Wong of Voorhees, Patrick Fitzgibbons of Medford, Ed Lamonica of Audubon, honoree Rob Curley of Voorhees, Gavin Rogers of Voorhees, and Joseph Olugbadehan of Medford.