OceanFirst Foundation of Toms River has awarded $150,000 in grants to nonprofits throughout central and southern New Jersey through its Arts and Cultural Grant Program.
OceanFirst Foundation is thrilled to announce plans to help even more schools create their very own “classroom of the future” this year.
Prudential Financial today announced $30 million in grants to support non-profit organizations in Newark.
Philadelphia’s William Penn Foundation says it is injecting an additional $42 million into protecting the Delaware River watershed, an area encompassing thousands of square miles that provides drinking water and recreation to people in four states.
The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey recently awarded eight grants totaling over $700 thousand to improve the health and wellness of underserved and vulnerable populations in greater Newark and surrounding low income NJ communities.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation awarded more than $600,000 in Community Impact and Capacity Building Grants to 16 local nonprofit organizations.
The Fund for New Jersey Awards has awarded $756,000 to nine organizations working in the areas of immigration, affordable housing, education and anti-poverty.
Elaine Katz from the Kessler Foundation authored this GrantCraft blog post about how the recent recession has paved new avenues for collaboration. She sees more models (i.e. learning networks, funder syndicates, and venture models), that highlight collaborative funding as an increasingly popular and practical option for funders.
The Best Places to Work in New Jersey awards program recognizes and honors the state’s top employers who show a dedication to their employees’ professional growth and quality of life.
New Jersey SEEDS announced that its 2018 Leading Change Benefit will honor the accomplishments of William V. Engel, Esq. and Neha Pathak, M.D.. Mr. Engel serves as CNJG’s 1st Vice Chair on the Board.