New Jersey grantmakers who serve seniors and aging communities are invited to attend a special briefing with officials from the Kresge Foundation.
When considering how to improve health outcomes for low-income individuals, most people think about providing access to good medical care and keeping the cost of that care as low as possible. What people rarely think about is the connection between good health and quality affordable housing. This edition of What Funders Need to Know explores these connections and highlights some promising practices by both government and business that help low-income individuals get housed, stay healthier, and lower overall costs.
Communities thrive when people are housed comfortably, safely, and affordably. This is especially true for children. And when children thrive, their educational and other outcomes are more likely to be positive. Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers' What Funders Need to Know looks at the connection between stable housing and educational outcomes.
TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®, today awarded 30 affordable housing development organizations from Maine to Florida a total of $3.75 million through its Housing for Everyone grant competition.
During fiscal 2019, the KearnyBank Foundation contributed nearly $800,000 to a broad range of charitable groups and organizations across New Jersey and beyond.
Homeless veterans set to move into permanent digs, with a touch of stardom.
The Trustees of The Fund for New Jersey awarded $855,652 in grants to non-profit organizations at their March 2019 quarterly Board meeting.
The Fund for New Jersey Awards has awarded $756,000 to nine organizations working in the areas of immigration, affordable housing, education and anti-poverty.
JPMorgan Chase has awarded a total of $5 million to the Florida Community Loan Fund (FCLF) and New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) to increase affordable housing in Central Florida. NJCC joined FCLF to receive the award in Orlando.