Novartis US Foundation has announced a total commitment of $25 million to develop partnerships and fund community organizations and programs that address health inequities, with a focus on diversity in clinical trials, in the United States.
TD Charitable Foundation has increased the amount of money available in its Housing for Everyone grant competition to $4.9 million this year, up from $3.75 million in the previous year.
West Trenton-based NJM Insurance Group has committed $50,000 to the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund’s Trenton Wi-Fi Initiative.
Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., recently donated more than 83,000 pounds of food items to 10 food banks and religious organizations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania following tropical storm Isaias.
Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, the holding company that owns the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and NHL's New Jersey Devils, has announced a $20 million commitment in support of efforts to fight systemic racism and champion equality.
With a focus on small New Jersey communities and geographic areas of the state that have less access to funding, New Jersey Health Initiatives recently selected 13 community-based organizations to receive grants totaling $400,000 to address immediate needs such as food, housing and income assistance, and social isolation in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Fred Morgan Kirby Prize for Scaling Social Impact is an annual global prize of $100,000 USD in unrestricted funds that amplifies and accelerates the work of enterprises working to scale their impact on social or environmental problems around the world.
The Westfield Foundation announced Emily Ensslin and Ian Gurland as the Clarence H. and Florence Horn Van Dellen Scholarship recipients for 2020.
The Fund for New Jersey announced grants for the second quarter in 2020 totaling $955,000 to advance public policies in the areas of climate change and clean energy, environmental protection, voting rights, criminal justice reform, social justice and civil rights, and transportation.
The Community Foundation of South Jersey announced today that a sixth community has been selected to receive a $100,000 Transform South Jersey grant.