FREE NJ Makers Day at Neptune Library


On Saturday March 23, STEAMpark, Inc hosted Travel the World with STEAM!, a FREE educational day for families at the Neptune Public Library from 11 am - 3 pm. There will be a scavenger hunt, volcano building, Sushi making, Rangoli Art, a light up Eiffel Tower and a lot more activities. NJ Makers Day is a celebration of maker culture across New Jersey. This all counties, all ages event connects people with libraries, schools, businesses, and independent maker spaces that support making, tinkering, crafting, manufacturing and STEM-based learning.

The First Annual ‘Throwdown for Charity: Oktoberfest’ held at Stumpy’s Hatchet House

Friday, November 16, 2018

RUMSON — Local supporters of STEAMpark, INC, the Monmouth County-based nonprofit that provides educational, emotional, and wellness support to children in underserved communities, gathered at Stumpy’s Hatchet House in Eatontown on Oct. 23 for the first annual Throwdown For Charity: Oktoberfest.
More than 70 guests honed their hatchet-hurling skills and enjoyed delicious food and beer donated by favorite local establishments including Asbury Park Brewery, Local Smoke BBQ (Red Bank); Tommy’s Tavern and Tap (Sea Bright); Sickles, Angelos and Giannis (all in Little Silver), Kitchen Witch (Monmouth Beach), and Val’s Tavern (Rumson). The generous Event Sponsor was Comport Consulting Corporation (Rahway) and Pit Sponsors were Kelly Zaccaro of Sotheby’s Realty; Targeted Talent; Two River Title Company; Cullen Disque Family Foundation; Soul Focus and LG Insurance. All proceeds will support the academically stimulating after-school and summer camp programs that incorporate key principles of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) run by STEAMpark, INC, a 501(c)(3). For information regarding how you can get involved with this local charity, send an email to


“Kids Helping Kids” – Help Zynergy Cares Help Them!

Zynergy Cares is happy to announce its 2nd annual "Kids Helping Kids" Back to School event. This year Zynergy Cares will be working with STEAMpark to supply 52 Monmouth County children with school supplies in underprivileged areas. STEAMpark, INC. provides education, emotional and wellness support to children in at-risk communities through learning opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Our Mission: To get local children involved in collecting and distributing school supplies to those less fortunate.

Zynergy Cares need your help! Please click on Donate Supplies to donate school supplies from our list, or if you prefer to make a monetary donation and have Zynergy Cares do the shopping for you, please click on Donate Money.

Two Rivers Title raises over $2000 for STEAMpark, Inc.

Asbury Park Press

Stacy Ross, Reader Submitted

Bright and early on Tuesday morning, August 1st, volunteers and staff from STEAMpark, INC., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation providing educational, emotional and wellness support to children in economically disadvantaged communities, and Two Rivers Title Company, LLC, began a two day “Bucket Brigade” to raise funds for STEAMpark’s inaugural after-school program at Joseph C. Caruso School in Keansburg, NJ, slated to begin operating in September 2017. Greeting commuters during morning and evening rush hours, Two Rivers Title Company staff and community members collected donations in colorful buckets marked by the STEAMpark logo.

Planning has begun for STEAMpark Headquarters, a facility located one block away from the school. The structure will require extensive renovations. The organization plans to open new STEAMparks every four years in high-risk areas.

STEAMparks are ‘educational playgrounds’ featuring MakerSpaces consisting of computer bars and science tables; learning labs with story stages and innovative, comfy furniture for work and play; art studios including easels, art books and room to get messy; and kitchenettes where simple, healthy food will be prepared as kids watch and learn.

In addition to the Bucket Brigade, Two Rivers Title has launched a GoFundMe campaign to benefit STEAMpark.

To make your contribution online, please visit our GoFundMe  Donation Page!

To date, the combined fundraising efforts have raised over $2000 towards a goal of $5000!

STEAMpark, Inc’s Executive Director, Leigh Dym, expressed her gratitude to all who offered their time to raise awareness and funds for the project.

“As a mother of 4 I understand the important role that STEAMpark can play in many childrens’ lives. I am forever grateful to all those volunteers and donors who are working with us to make STEAMpark a reality, and potentially change the course of a child’s life.”