Homework Club

The Rainbow Homework Club formerly known as Camp Unity is sponsored by Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro, Inc.  This program is the largest after-school academic assistance program in Cape May County, serving more than 70 children,  Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm during the school year with the support of the  Middle Township School District.


This program is designed to assist school age children in achieving greater success at school by providing a structured and supportive environment to complete homework and sharpen skills.


Our mission is to provide students with a positive, academic atmosphere in which to study and complete their homework.  The program encourages independent and cooperative study skills.


The goals of the Homework Club are:  Provide a Healthy, Safe Environment; Foster High  Expectations for All Participants; Support the Exploration of Interests and Developmental Skills; Support the Needs of Working Parents and most importantly to Strengthen Young Peoples Academic Skills.



For additional information contact Rosie Jefferson at (609) 536-2819.

We welcome Homework Club Volunteers after vetting and a background check.

Summer Camp

The CCWI Rainbow Summer Camp sponsored by the Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro, Inc., is a state licensed 9-week Summer Camp Program.  The mission of the program is to provide an affordable child development program of services and activities to the community of Whitesboro and Middle Township, NJ. 


The goal of our summer camp program is to provide an exceptional and stable child development environment and camp experiences for children entering pre-kindergarten through seventh grade.  The physical environment of our summer camp location is comfortable, safe, secure, recreational, educational and fun. The camp is free from hazards and has a predictable routine that is appropriate for the age and abilities of all the children enrolled.


2019 Rainbow Summer Camp Information will be uploaded to the website soon.  Thanks for your patience!

Registration forms will be available at the Middle Township Rec/Martin Luther King Community Center, 207 West Main Street, Whitesboro, NJ  08252.


For additional information contact Rosie Jefferson at (609) 536-2819.


STEMM Program

Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro via funding from O.C.E.A. N., Inc. and in partnership with the Middle Township School District offers a STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) Stealth Learning Program via the guidance and instruction of the renowned Dr. James “Butch” Rosser, Jr. MD FACS, also known as “Dr. Butch” (as seen on CNN and Fox News).

Dr. Rosser is also a practicing physician and general surgeon,


This Youth College Readiness and Innovations program prepares students for college, and careers using real world applications and technology to supplement and compliment the educational curriculum used in the Middle Township School District.


The curriculum is taught in a way that has real world relevance and is engaging.

For additional information contact Rosie Jefferson at (609) 536-2819.


Food Pantry

On February 16, 2016, the name of the CCWI Community Food Pantry was renamed in recognition and honor of Ms. Vera Smith who worked tirelessly serving the community of Whitesboro and Middle Township.  


The CCWI Vera Smith Community Food Pantry located at the Historic Whitesboro Grammar School at 100 East Main Street in Whitesboro, NJ welcomes all in need of food.  There is also some clothing and personal care items.

The pantry is open Mon-Wed-Fri from 9:00 am to 12 Noon.

Students interested in satisfying community service hours, are welcome to volunteer at the food pantry.

For additional information regarding the CCWI Vera Smith Food Pantry or to make a donation to the food pantry, please contact Bernie Blanks via email at concernedcitizensofwhitesboro@gmail.com. 

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