The Campbell Soup Company has announced grants to 31 nonprofit organizations across the country in the amount of $595,000 in total.
The 2020 year for the Victoria Foundation will be a year of thought, planning, and strategic assessment to ensure their grantmaking continues to address the needs, challenges, and opportunities of Newark.
The Campbell Soup Foundation has chosen its 2019 Community Impact Grant recipients, with 31 nonprofits receiving a total of $595,000 — including several organizations in the food company’s home city of Camden.
As public education in Newark undergoes another major transition, a new non-profit organization is launching with a bold vision for what’s possible.
Prudential Financial Inc. said it plans to commit more than $180 million through 2025 to support the opportunity youth — approximately 350 million people aged 15-29 who lack access to school, training or regular jobs — with about a third of the investment going toward the Newark area.
At their first board meeting of the year, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation trustees in March approved $2.7 million in 60 grants to New Jersey nonprofit organizations for work in the arts, education, environment, and informed communities.
The Nicholson Foundation, The Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation and The Burke Foundation join New Jersey Department of Health in supporting the implementation of Centering as model of choice across five sites in the state.
The Panasonic Foundation and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation will launch a Code as a Second Language effort in four cities across the country starting with Newark, NJ.
New Jersey leaders should pursue a broad range of policy options to expand opportunity so that everyone in New Jersey—no matter who they are, where they live, or how much money they make—can live the healthiest life possible, says a report released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The Provident Bank Foundation announced the recipients of its First Cycle 2019 Major Grants, totaling $215,000.