The Fund for New Jersey has announced that for the first quarter of 2015 it has awarded grants in the total amount of $590,000 to advance public policies in the areas of affordable housing, immigration, preschool expansion, public media, and budget.
The Trustees of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation recently approved 63 grants totaling more than $3.4 million to support nonprofit organizations in New Jersey dedicated to building creative, sustainable, and informed communities.
The Rita Allen Foundation has announced $515,000 in grants to support work that will enrich the ability of technology, news and entertainment to build civic literacy and engagement.
The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation awarded over $600,000 in Quality of Life grants to 75 nonprofits nationwide in the areas of Activity Achieving, Bridging Barriers, and Caring & Coping.
The Dodge Q&A series is designed to introduce you to Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation staff as they share what they're learning and thinking about as they visit with nonprofits around the state. This talk with Kathleen Hofmann, Executive Assistant to the President & CEO may also reveal a few things about her you might not know.
Kessler Foundation announced $2.1 million in grants to organizations throughout the U.S. to create and expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities, as well as to provide information to aid in the development of new strategies.
In the 12 months since the Community Foundation of New Jersey and several of their fundholders joined with others to stamp out human trafficking around the 2014 Super Bowl, they have come to learn two things.
A community kitchen that served up meals in the Hurricane Sandy-ravaged borough of Union Beach until closing down over the summer plans to reopen today thanks to Jon Bon Jovi.
The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation has announced the appointment of Sharnita C. Johnson as Arts Program Director.
The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, located in Millburn, has announced that it has awarded grants totaling $736,126 to nine local agencies to increase and improve services that address the mental health needs of people who have served in the military and their families.