Kessler Foundation announced $2.1 million in grants to organizations throughout the U.S. to create and expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities, as well as to provide information to aid in the development of new strategies.
We are pleased to share Strengthening Philanthropy in Newark Report to the Field 2013 – 2014 from the Office of the Newark Philanthropic Liaison. This report highlights a number of public-private partnerships guided by Liaison Jeremy Johnson.
Funded by Merck Foundation, the Alliance to Reduce Disparities in Diabetes (Alliance), an innovative, multicultural, five-year initiative, has been published in ten peer-reviewed articles in the November 2014 supplemental issue of Health Promotion Practice (HPP).
After careful consideration, the CNJG Leadership and Policy Committee recommended the Council’s Board of Trustees should adopt the following formal position:
The Council of New Jersey Grantmakers supports simplification of the private foundation excise tax on net investment income to a flat rate.
New data from the Chronicle of Philanthropy gives us an intriguing look at recent individual giving. Nancy Kieling, President of the Princeton Area Community Foundation shares her perspective on why giving data doesn’t always tell the full story.