Following on the highly successful luncheon we had in February for the CEOs of foundations, we invite you to join us for this event, the second luncheon in our series.
With family members living far apart, what steps can families take to build family identity and bonds that once evolved naturally from living in close proximity?
Our featured speaker will be Henry Amoroso, Esq. As the top budget consultant to Newark, Amoroso helped the city craft its latest, balanced budget.
Best Practice Solutions in New Jersey and Beyond
Please join us for this meeting where we will address the accomplishments made by the group to date; hear recommendations from our last meeting with Barbara Gephard, Matthew Melmed, and Phil Sparks; and discuss the next steps for the group includi
Join us for a presentation by Pimco’s Charles S. de Segundo, Senior Vice President and Manager of PIMCO's global Wealth Management Team to hear their current outlook on the markets. Mr.
This meeting of the Paterson Funders Interest Group will feature a presentation on the Great Falls National Park by Park Superintendent, Darren Boch, and Leonard Zax, President of Hamilton Partnership for Paterson.
An honest conversation about the capacity of community development organizations as they work to revitalize their communities.
Place Matters: The role of Public-Private Funding Strategies in creating Strong, Healthy Communities in Newark Neighborhoods
Please join us for the Trenton-Area and Mercer County Funders’ Group first convening of the year.
Join colleagues from NJ's grant-making organizations for the first convening of a new affinity group of the Council of NJ Grantmakers, the Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy Group.
New Jersey grantmakers devote significant resources – both intellectual and financial – to many of the same focus areas as the Department of Community Affairs.
The Year Ahead, 10 Predictions--Delivered by Scott Malatesta
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.