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Funder Briefing

The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation invites members of the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers to a special briefing to present a model collaboration of three nonprofit partners -- the JBJ Soul Foundation, The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, and Peoples Pantry. These three partners are coming together to create a community resource hub in Ocean County where families and individuals in need can access food, job training and other resources that will help to end the cyclical causes of hunger.
Audience: All Funders
Join your grantmaking colleagues from across the state for a timely conversation about emerging trends for immigrants in New Jersey, philanthropy and our shared prosperity.
Audience: All Funders

Join us for this webinar that highlights several initiatives from organizations in Atlantic City and Atlantic County to assist those in need. This event is for CNJG Members only.

Audience: All Funders

Join us for a webinar with representatives from the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund (HSNJRF) and New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) to learn how private funders can significantly leverage their grantmaking and help impacted families.

Audience: All Funders
In response to interest generated at our May 7th Sandy Briefing, this meeting is being held to help participants engage in deeper conversations about leveraging your grantmaking with other funders.
Audience: All Funders

FEMA and the Federal Government's role in New Jersey's recovery from Hurricane Sandy is changing. FEMA has moved from the response phase of this disaster to long term recovery planning.

In October 2010, the Urban Institute released a national study, in which New Jersey organizations participated, highlighting a series of pervasive problems nonprofits face when contracting with government -– from late payments to changing delive

Please join us for a webinar presentation on New Jersey’s Long Term Recovery Planning presented by FEMA's Long Term Recovery & Capacity Building Team members.

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The number of people living in poverty in the Garden State is now at its highest level in almost 30 years; a figure which has grown more since the end of the recession than during the actual downturn. As a result, New Jersey now has one of the highest poverty rates in the nation.