The board of directors of the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers announced the appointment of longtime philanthropy executive David Biemesderfer as the organization’s next president and CEO. He will begin serving in this new role in mid-January 2016.
The Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy interviewed their outgoing Board Chair, Jasmine Hall Ratliff, Program Officer from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, about her tenure serving as Board Chair.
Fifteen nonprofit executives of New Jersey organizations have been selected to participate in the third cohort of The Prudential Foundation Nonprofit Executive Fellows Program at the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School.
The Trustees of The Fund for New Jersey awarded $375,000 in grants to non-profit organizations at their September 2015 quarterly Board meeting.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield's charity arm announced 11 grants totaling more than $840,000 to nonprofit organizations in New Jersey.
New Jersey Health Initiatives' (NJHI) new funding initiative, NJHI: Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey—Communities Moving to Action, Round 2 will help communities address multiple factors that influence health outcomes and make sustainable changes to build a Culture of Health.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation announced that it has awarded $539,000 to 20 non-profit organizations in Mercer County through its flagship grants program, Greater Mercer Grants.
A $700,000 back-to-school grant from the Foundation for Newark's Future will give Newark Public Schools teachers $100 each for supplies and provide principals with funds to bolster instruction.
The I Am Trenton Community Foundation has launched their fall Trenton Historic Development Collaborative (THDC) Small Grants Program.
The Citi Foundation and America’s Promise Alliance today announced that 12 nonprofit organizations have been selected as recipients of the Youth Opportunity Fund, a $3 million initiative to support city-level, innovative and scalable programs connecting more than 3,500 youth to opportunities that increase their employability and prepare them for lifelong success.