To dig deeper into causes of, and responses to, structural racism within philanthropy in New Jersey, the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers established a Racial Equity Taskforce made up of leaders at CNJG member organizations.
Newark Arts has announced the awardees of its annual mini-grant program, ArtStart, for the year 2020-2021.
Citi and the Citi Foundation have committed more than $100 million to date in support of COVID-19-related community relief and economic recovery efforts globally.
JPMorgan Chase — as part of its global initiative to help support underserved households during COVID-19 — is making a $375,000 investment to help kick-start the Greater Newark Enterprises Corp. Entrepreneurs of Color COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Impact100 South Jersey, a program of the Community Foundation of South Jersey, awarded $193,500 in grants to 4 South Jersey non-profits.
The Summit Foundation has awarded $409,000 in grants to 21 local and area nonprofit organizations that provide vital food, shelter, education, arts, culture, and health programs to community members.
PSEG and the PSEG Foundation announced on Friday a $1 million commitment to support organizations that address systemic racism, inequality and human rights.
Kiki Jamieson, President of The Fund for New Jersey, is interviewed by Steve Adubato on the critical need for everyone to respond to the Census, and how the pandemic has impacted it.
New Jersey Community Capital announced on Thursday that Valley Bank has invested $2 million in support of the Garden State Relief Fund.
The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey has announced that long-time Short Hills resident Amy B. Schechner, Esq. has been elected Chair of its Board of Trustees. Sue Wasserman from Livingston and Elizabeth Cohen from Short Hills were also elected as Trustees of the Foundation.