Join Commissioner Norbut Beyer of the New Jersey Department of Children and Families for a candid discussion focusing on current priority areas within NJDCF and possible opportunities for New Jersey’s philanthropic community to partner with state government on areas of mutual concern.
Learn about how to obtain a fair and accurate Census count for those experiences homelessness, people in group quarters like nursing homes, and highly mobile populations.
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.
Join Commissioner Elizabeth Connolly of the New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS) for a discussion focusing on current DHS priority areas and possible opportunities for grantmakers to partner with state government on areas of mutual concern.
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.
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. As a result, New Jersey now has one of the highest poverty rates in the nation.
The New Jersey Council for the Humanities (NJCH) recently awarded $250,383 in Action Grant funding to sixteen organizations.
The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) will invest $50,000 in New Jersey's non-emergency helpline NJ211 to ensure local residents impacted by layoffs and casino closings make the connection to help.