Join your grantmaking colleagues for this in-depth look at: what creative place-making is; highlighting some New Jersey-based projects; how funding these projects actually flows into the communities through different organizations; and how the Kresge Foundation is driving this initiative.
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.
Audiobook company Audible is helping transform Newark, New Jersey, bringing in jobs and hope for residents.
Wells Fargo, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and others invest in Camden Works, a new employment initiative that will help the city’s residents take part in its economic resurgence.
Kessler Foundation has awarded approximately $2.5 million in 2018 in grants to organizations across the U.S. to support initiatives that create or expand job training and employment initiatives for people with disabilities.
United Airlines (UAL) announced today a $2 million grant to be split between the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Urban League of Essex County, and Year Up New York.
Kessler Foundation has awarded nearly 2.5 million in grants to organizations across the U.S. to support initiatives that create or expand job training and employment initiatives for people with disabilities.
The Provident Bank Foundation has announced that it has selected Saint Peter’s University, Jersey City, NJ to receive its $100,000 “Signature” Grant in the Education funding priority area. In addition, the Foundation has awarded two $20,000 “Impact” Grants, one to Warren County based Abilities of Northwest New Jersey and one to Bucks County based Easter Seals of Southern Pennsylvania.
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has announced $817,000 in grants to 38 nonprofits in New Jersey focused on providing access for unemployed and underemployed people, veterans, youth and those with disabilities to job opportunities, training and mentor programs to ensure academic success.
The Foundation announced a $1.5 million grant to create summer jobs for Newark students.