Father Ed Murphy to be honored by the President of the United States of America as a recipient of the “President’s Lifetime Achievement Award” for his 30 years of dedicated community service. This award is the highest award in the land for volunteer services given by the President and government of the United States of America.
The purpose of this award is to honor those who have continually poured out thousands of hours of volunteer service in this country. Lifetime Achievement Award will be bestowed upon Father ED Murphy for his thirty years of volunteer services. He has continually fed the poor, provided clothing and necessities to struggling families, offered free counseling to the community people, as a member of the Diversity Coalition, (https://www.sccdiversity.com) and he has been running free counseling programs to provide prayer and guidance and so much more.
According to Dr. Tulsi R. Maharjan, Chair of the Somerset County Diversity Coalition and the Past Rotary District Governor, “He has been an inspiration to many, and we would like to celebrate the positive impact he has made in bettering our communities and the world together.”Dr. Tulsi R. Maharjan
He will be presented with the Lifetime Achievement award at the 12th Annual International Peace and Interfaith Prayers ceremony on Saturday, May 7th at the NJ Buddhist Vihara in Princeton.
His outreach includes serving on 9/11 chaplain service, organizing Interfaith Prayers and Interfaith Thanksgiving programs at various houses of worship in Somerset County.
According to Dr. Gurprakas Sigh of the GurDwara temple in Bridgewater, “Father Murphy has been working tirelessly to support and promote interfaith dialogues in the community. He had participated and organied many events in our temple.”
According to Dr. Maharjan “He also helped to organize several Bound Brook Community Celebration day programs in early 2000 after the big flood in Bound Brook. He has made his commitment to promote and bring peace and prosperity in our central New Jersey communities. Thank you Father Murphy.”
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