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.
The Dodge Foundation is excited to debut this year's Jersey Give Back Guide, an online giving tool designed to showcase and support some of New Jersey's most effective and respected nonprofits.
Overcoming the many factors that can make community coalitions unsustainable is the focus of a new grant program from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Funded by Merck Foundation, the Alliance to Reduce Disparities in Diabetes (Alliance), an innovative, multicultural, five-year initiative, has been published in ten peer-reviewed articles in the November 2014 supplemental issue of Health Promotion Practice (HPP).
New data from the Chronicle of Philanthropy gives us an intriguing look at recent individual giving. Nancy Kieling, President of the Princeton Area Community Foundation shares her perspective on why giving data doesn’t always tell the full story.
Members have been asked to participate in the 2014 Foundation Benefits Survey, which gathers comprehensive benefits data specific to New Jersey's grantmaking community. This year's survey has been streamlined for a more user-friendly experience.
The William Penn Foundation is extending its longtime role as primary benefactor of the Free Library of Philadelphia by awarding the library the biggest grant in the history of either institution.
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has granted $750,000 to 20 New Jersey nonprofits to address workforce development and education.
The Community Foundation of South Jersey (CFSJ) Camden Food Innovation Fund has awarded $80,000 in grants to three local organizations for programs that innovatively increase access to healthy food and create economic opportunity in Camden City.
Creative organizations throughout the state received a total of more than $15.7 million in grants from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. That total is nearly $100,000 more than what was awarded in 2013.