LSMNJ Appoints Two New Members to Foundation Board

Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey’s (LSMNJ) Foundation is proud to announce the addition of David Danton, of KDA Architects and Barbara Watts from Campbell Soup Company to their Foundation Board.

Both come from very different backgrounds but are passionate about the mission of LSMNJ, serving those in New Jersey who hurt, are in need, or have limited choices.

David Danton, Principal in Charge of Design for KDA Architects has long been a supporter of LSMNJ, both personally and through his company. KDA served as the architecture firm for Crane’s Mill in West Caldwell. Danton and KDA Architects have been among the top givers of our golf outings, New Visions Homeless Day Shelter, Lutheran Feeding Friends, and the Good Samaritan Fund.

Barbara Watts, IT Security Specialist at Campbell’s Soup Company in Camden, NJ has been with the company for over 40 years and is a lifetime New Jersey resident. Growing up close to Camden she is drawn to helping the residents of Camden overcome the many challenges they face. Barbara has a number of skills she is excited to share with LSMNJ including, special event planning, development, advocacy, and technology.

“I am so excited to have David and Barbara join the Foundation Board, they both bring a passion and strong sense of community to the Board,” said Beth Gebhart, Executive Director of Fund Development and the LSMNJ Foundation.