Leveraging its Matching Grants Program from over 840 community members, the Partners for Health Foundation awarded grants totaling more than $900,000 to local non-profits in the areas of hunger and homelessness prevention.
Audible Inc. announced the first class of theater commissions selected to receive support from its fund dedicated to the commission and development of innovative English-language works from playwrights around the globe.
As part of Partners for Health’s 10-Year Anniversary celebration, the Foundation is recognizing individuals and organizations who have made extraordinary contributions to health and well-being in their service area communities.
The New Jersey Healthy Communities Network’s Community Grants Program (NJHCN) has awarded $1.3 million to 66 New Jersey nonprofits.
The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) has named Bill Golderer as its new president and chief executive officer.
Pat Hartpence, NJM, to be inducted into Rider’s College of Business Administration Hall of Fame.
The Smith Family Foundation awarded 12 area nonprofits a total of $100,000 in grants to support education, transformation, cultivation and urban ministry.
The Nicholson Foundation’s Executive Director Arturo Brito and the Turrell Fund’s President and CEO Curtland Fields explain why investments in early childhood education are critical to New Jersey’s future.
Private foundations like Robert Wood Johnson have led a push to address the social and economic determinants of health. Now this approach is catching on with more corporate funders.
Pam Scott, President of CNJG member Partners in Health was recently featured on Comcast Newsmakers in honor of the foundation’s 10-year anniversary awards.