The F.M. Kirby Foundation welcomes Diana L. Kostas as Treasurer and Secretary and Erin C. Clifford as Communications and Program Associate.
The damage wrought by Hurricane Irma has sparked a fresh wave of giving from corporate America.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded National 4-H Council a $4.6 million grant to improve the health of 1,000 communities across the nation over the next ten years.
CNJG’s newest member, the VH1 Save the Music Foundation donated over 200 musical instruments to NPS, helping celebrate National Arts in Education Week.
The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey has pledged $100,000 in direct grants and a special matching gifts program to help the victims of Hurricane Irma in Florida.
CNJG members included in the Executive Women of New Jersey's, "A Seat at the Table" honor roll.
The William Penn Foundation recently awarded $17 million in grants related to providing public access to, or cleanup of, the Delaware River watershed, with a commitment of $30 million through 2017.
The Philadelphia-based William Penn Foundation has announced the launch of a two-year, $2 million community-based initiative to connect children and families in the city's low-income neighborhoods to informal literacy-rich learning opportunities.
Bank of America today announced that it is directing $1 million in funding from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to aid the victims of Hurricane Irma.
The Allergan Foundation will donate $150,000 to help victims of Hurricane Irma.