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Charles Moni was the Founder of the Princeton Gentlemen’s Society

By Mark Addison Subscribe to RSS | December 19th 2011 | Views:
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Charles Moni is a respected financial broker with many years of experience of working in the Wall Street. He grew up on long island and went to Bellarmine University in Louisville. KY from where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He has always had a huge amount of interest in sports and all four of his college years he was a varsity baseball player with partial scholarship. Charles Moni was the founder of Princeton Gentlemen’s Society which was founded in the year 2006. This foundation was founded with the aim to promote youth sport activities in and around Princeton, New Jersey. It started out as a Thanksgiving football game with four players but today as a result of the efforts that Charles Moni put in it has over seventy players of all ages.

Princeton Gentlemen’s Society has become a designated charitable organization under the Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code. Along with promoting sports among the youth, the organization also supports programs for the welfare and happiness of the elderly people residing in the senior citizen facilities. Through this organization, Charles Moni intends to encourage the people of Princeton to help and support their less privileged neighbors. He particularly feels for the school children and the youth who don’t have access to the same facilities that the other people have. Besides this society that he founded himself, Charles Moni also supports various other charitable causes,

He is associated with various other charitable and humanitarian organizations and supports both with his work and money Diabetes, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Besides this he is also a member of the Princeton Democratic Organization. Charles Moni is a person who has deep respect and regard for the family values. Besides his hectic routine that includes social service work for various organizations he supports, he always tries to take time out to spend quality time with his family. He is happily married and has two daughters and a son who are all now starting their own careers after college.

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