Gift & Give Program

Cricklewood Gardens' Gift & Give program supports charities through merchandise sales and annual fundraising efforts. Cricklewood Gardens will donate $1.00 per $25.00 [sale] increment, to Cricklewood's quarterly selected charity(ies).

Cricklewood's core is family, a family established in 1954 who continue to guide and support each other in the best of times, and difficult times as well. Community outreach, charitable endeavors are our way of giving back by supporting non-profits and related organizations whose sole focus is to improve the lives of others.

Charity and non-profit organizations, scholarship funds supported by Cricklewood Gardens LLC:

Our 3rd & 4th Q charity 2022 & 2023 Charity is the The Kevin Gilbert Scholarship Fund

On March 12, 2011, Kevin Thomas Gilbert passed away, when his car veered off the road while he was on his way to an early morning baseball practice. Kevin passed away from severe brain trauma. As an organ donor, Kevin continued to help people even after the loss of his life, saving five individuals with successful transplants, and changing countless of other lives through bone and tissue donation.

The Kevin Gilbert Scholarship Fund is a non-profit organization whose goal is to help college-bound students continue to make a difference, to live their life with unselfish passion, and to achieve their dreams. The Kevin Gilbert Scholarship Fund sponsors an annual scholarship that is available to any graduating Hunterdon Central Regional High School (HCRHS) senior who has a passion and a dream, and has had a positive effect on others through kindness and respect.

2022: Our 2nd Q charity was Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor is a non-profit sanctuary for children, families, and individuals. They provide safe, inclusive, child-friendly and supportive spaces to host supervised visitations and social engagement opportunities for families experiencing separation and divorce. They additionally provide support, programs, and referrals for individuals with domestic violence, sexual assault and other trauma-related experiences.

Safe Harbor centers cut down on the opportunity for family violence, allow for parenting time/visitation in potentially high-risk situations, and allow for reintroduction of a parent or other family member.  They provide material support to families in need through community donations.

2022: 1st Q charity was The Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

2021: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Q 2021 was American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: 

1st and 2nd Q 2021's charity was: The American Cancer Society 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:
Flemington Area Food Pantry:

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:
Flemington Area Food Pantry:
Batten Disease Support & Research Association:
Kevin T. Gilbert Scholarship Fund:
Animal Alliance of NJ:
Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital: