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CNJG has also been approached by Cities of Service, an initiative of Bloomberg Philanthropies to help in compiling information about needs and work in Trenton.
Audience: All Funders
New members to the Council are invited to lunch to learn more about the programs and services the Council offers and to network with other new members.

The impact of Hurricane Sandy is still having a profound effect on the residents, business owners, and communities that were caught in its wake, particularly when it comes to housing, hunger and mental health needs.

Social media has created quick and easy ways to publicize your corporate giving efforts, and show your employees’ participation in your community relations work. But how do you ensure your marketing practices and use of social media are lawful? Have you minimized your company’s liability?

Audience: Corporate Giving

In 2010, The Institute of Medicine, in conjunction with The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, issued a report, The Future of Nursing in America; Leading Change, Advancing Health.

Following on the highly successful luncheon we had in May for the CEOs of foundations next roundtable and luncheon is being planned for November. In addition to having time for open discussion and peer to peer sharing the primary topic for this next luncheon will be board relations.

Audience: Executive Staff

New Jersey grantmakers who serve seniors and aging communities are invited to attend a special briefing with officials from the Kresge Foundation.

Involving the Next Generation
One Family’s Story…What’s Yours?

Audience: Family Foundation

Just released: the findings from two important surveys about the state of the nonprofit sector.

Building upon the successful Coastal Communities Site Visit Tour offered to the philanthropic community in February, the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers is pleased to offer a similar program focusing on communities in northern New Jersey – specifically the hardest hit areas in Essex, Hudson and