Marlton, NJ – Mobile-first agency Purplegator (Berwyn, Pennsylvania) has made a donation of over $1000 to support early childhood education at Gateway Community Action Partnership. 

Gateway Community Action Partnership is the federal recognized Community Action Program (CAP) for Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties in southern New Jersey. Gateway also provides services in Mercer, Camden, Atlantic and Cape May counties and operates an Early Head Start center in Philadelphia. As a CAP, Gateway helps low and moderate income residents identify and overcome barriers to self-sufficiency. 

“We believe it’s important to support local businesses that are so important to the community,” said Bob Bentz, president of Purplegator. “Early childhood education holds a special place in my heart, because my Mom was a preschool teacher and principal and this is an organization that does so much for struggling families in Philadelphia and New Jersey.”

On August 30, 2021, Purplegator’s Bob Bentz and Tony LaGravenis participated in the Gateway Golf Classic at Little Mill Country Club in Marlton, New Jersey.

Purplegator President Bob Bentz (left) and Business Development Manager Tony LaGravenis (left) at Gateway Golf Classic.