CNJFO / Women For Gun Rights - NJ Fundraiser

  • April 20, 2024
  • 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • The Mansion on Main Street
  • 46


  • Single attendee admission to event. Additional ticket can be purchased via guest registration.
  • Reserved seating for up to 10 attendees.
  • Sponsorship includes 2 tickets to event, sponsor name placement in promotional media.
  • Sponsorship includes 4 tickets to event, sponsor name placement in promotional media.
  • Sponsorship includes 10 tickets to event, reserved seating, sponsor name placement in promotional media, logo placement at event.
  • Sponsorship includes 10 tickets to event, reserved seating, sponsor name placement in promotional media, logo placement at event.


CNJFO / Women for Gun Rights (DC Project)-NJ Fundraiser

Saturday, April 20, 2024

7 pm - 11 pm

The Mansion on Main Street

3000 Main Street

Voorhees Twp., NJ 08043

Join us for an evening of fine dining, fun, and entertainment at one of New Jersey's top banquet venues, The Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees Twp., New Jersey.

The evening's events will include cocktail hour, dinner, dancing, and silent auctions with the opportunity to win  gear, decor, gift certificates, and other items.

Tickets: Individual - $100 | Couple - $175

 Table (10) - $900

Advance registration required, no tickets sold night of event

Cocktail Hour, Dinner, Silent Auctions (FPID required), Presentations, DJ & more.

Entree Choices:

Chicken Florentine

Salmon in Teriyaki Glaze

Penne alla Vodka


For those planning to avoid the drive home and stay the night, we have arranged for a block of rooms at the nearby Hampton Inn Voorhees at a discounted rate of $164 per night. Complimentary breakfast served 6-10 am.

Hampton Inn Philadelphia/Voorhees

320 Route 73 Voorhees, NJ 08043

(See registration confirmation for event code and reservation info.)


Master of Ceremonies 

Charlie Cook

Charlie Cook is a certified instructor with the NRA, MA State Police, Utah BCI, USCCA, and SABRE Pepper Spray. His YouTube channel “Riding Shotgun With Charlie” features him conducting interviews in the “stagecoach” while driving in various locations around the country. At Gun Rights Policy Conference he was awarded Defender of Liberty in 2017 and in 2019 he was awarded the Ray Carter Blogger of the Year. His “shotgun passengers” have included; Masaad Ayoob, Hickok45, Cam Edwards, Ashley Hlebinsky, CNJFO Trustees Dan Grdovic; Theresa Inacker; Dave "Rosey" Rosenthal, and many others. RSWC is published on Ammoland, and repurposed with Armed Lifestyle Magazine for a column called “Writing Shotgun With Charlie.” His GunGram videos feature him playing trumpet with one hand and shooting in rhythm with a gun in the other hand. GunGrams have been featured on Comedy Central and Markiplier and viewed over 20 million times worldwide.


Dick Heller

Dick is a nationally known 2nd Amendment advocate and a proud citizen of the United States of America. Heller’s most recent gun case is entitled Heller II v. DC, a follow-up to the victorious Heller v. DC case of 2008 that overturned the 1976 DC Gun Ban and opened the door for nearly 100 new gun cases nationwide in the first year after that Magnificent Justice Antonin Scalia Supreme Court Decision.

Heller became interested in 2nd Amendment Liberties when his house was shot up – once through his living room window and once in the front door – in the 1970’s at his residence on the nation’s Capitol Hill.  He realized that the 1976 DC Gun Ban was disarming good citizens yet criminals were still bearing arms. Heller did not find the situation to be moral, safe, or constitutional and realized that  – –

“Doing nothing was no longer an option !”

Heller advocated for gun-rights as a citizen and as DC Armed Special Police Officer.  Ironically,  when Heller v. DC was filed – formerly known as Parker vs. DC – he was working at the Supreme Court Annex – Thurgood Marshall Federal Judicial Center.

In addition to his commitment to 2nd Amendment Freedoms, Heller is actively involved in the DC Community. In 1984, he founded the “Children’s Birthright Trust Fund” – a charity that supports and raises funds for youth projects, such as computer access – and has taught classes on entrepreneurship in both DC public schools and DC housing projects. He has also served as the Treasurer of The DC Libertarian Party from 2004 until 2011 and was actively involved with Dr. Ron Paul’s two Presidential Bids – Libertarian and Republican.

Prior to attending Montgomery College, Heller served in the Army. He was a Paratrooper in the 101st Airborne Division and also a Sky Diver at Fort Campbell, KY. Heller’s childhood, growing up in a Navy and then an Army family, consisted of frequent travels across the U.S. and abroad prior to his graduation from Manteca High School in Manteca, California. Heller has four brothers and was born in San Diego, CA

Lucretia Hughes

Lucretia Hughes Klucken is a victim turned advocate. Her son was murdered by a felon with an illegal gun. As a statistic of the black community, she decided to turn her energy into advocacy through servant leadership.

Today Lucretia has grown that advocacy into a media company named Fallback Productions. She advocates strongly for Second Amendment rights, works with the outreach leadership of the NRA, and is a frequent guest at rallies and 2A events.

Lucretia broadcasts five days a week on numerous platforms and says that interaction with her audience is the highlight of her work executing her motto "God, Family and Country."

Gabby Franco

Gabby Franco was the first female shooter to represent Venezuela in the Olympics. As an accomplished author, speaker, competitive shooter, and instructor, she is recognized worldwide for her shooting skills and advocacy for the right to own and bear arms.

Gabby’s 25 years of experience in Olympic, self-defense, and practical shooting have served as a platform to educate and empower thousands of people through live and virtual training across the United States and Puerto Rico. For over eighteen years, Gabby has shown her commitment to promoting the shooting sports by not only participating and winning medals in various competitions, but also sending a message of dedication, sportsmanship, and positive attitude.

Rabbi Andy Mars

Andy Mars is the Rabbi of the Bnai Tov Synagogue in Mount Arlington. He also is the Rabbi at the Picatinny Arsenal base of the United States Army. He is a proud Life Member of the National Rifle Association. He is a strong supporter of Israel and has consulted in the past to the Ministry of Education in Israel. With the Los Angeles Police Department, he developed and led the Parenting Education Series to help parents become more conscious and responsible parents. He was the Founder and serves as the Director of Kids Make A Difference via which he provides an array of hands-on projects and programs, "To help make a difference in the lives of children, and to to help children make a difference in life." He has been a teacher in public and private schools and is committed to doing his part to help raise a more responsible generation.

Judaism does teach, “Thou shalt not murder,” but Torah also teaches, “If a person comes to murder you, you should wake up early and kill him first.”

As individuals, from a religious standpoint, and so it should be from a legal standpoint, we have the right to have gunsLife is precious – and we should do everything we can to protect it - we are not to defend ourselves by disarming - we are to arm ourselves to be able to rightly defend ourselves!



Sponsorship Packages

Platinum Sponsor: $5,000
- 10 tickets to the event
- Reserved Seating
- Logo placement at event
- Listing in event program

Gold Sponsor: $2,500
- 10 tickets to the event
- Reserved Seating
- Logo placement at event
- Listing in event program

Silver Sponsor: $1,000
- 4 tickets to the event

- Listing in event program

 Bronze Sponsor: $500
- 2 tickets to the event

- Listing in event program


All proceeds to benefit CNJFO and Women For Gun Rights - NJ.

Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Code

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Sewell, NJ 08080

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