Join this webinar to learn about Opportunity Starts at Home, a long-term, multi-sector campaign to meet the rental housing needs of the nation’s low-income population.
Join fellow funders to discuss the Thriving Cities: A New Urban Agenda report which spans 13 priority areas for New Jersey’s cities.
Join us to hear from critical stakeholders and content experts on a collaborative path to address homelessness.
This webinar will cover SPARC’s work to understand racial inequities in the homelessness system.
Please join your colleagues to learn about the New Jersey 2018 Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan, a roadmap for New Jersey developed by national lead poisoning prevention expert Green and Healthy Homes Initiative.
As the City of Newark develops a comprehensive plan to address homelessness, join us to hear from the city’s Director of the Department of Health and Community Wellness, Dr. Mark Wade, practitioners, and content experts on a collaborative path forward.
Continuing our series on the recent federal policy changes and what it means for New Jersey, the focus of this webinar will be proposed changes to housing policies.
Join Commissioner Richman of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs for a candid discussion focusing on current priority areas within NJDCA and possible opportunities for New Jersey’s philanthropic community to partner with state government on areas of mutual concern.
Please join the Newark Funders Group for a discussion of Newark Development and the Built Environment. Our special guests will include Ron Beit of the RBH group, the Hanini brothers (Amer, Samer, and Thamer) of the Hanini group, and also city officials and other developers to be announced.
Learn about several initiatives that are poised to improve outcomes for South Ward residents which comprises the city of Newark’s largest voting bloc and includes the legendary Weequahic Park and historic Weequahic and Clinton Hill neighborhoods.