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.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) announced that Julie Morita, MD, the current commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health, has been named executive vice president, overseeing all programming, policy, research, and communications activities.
Kessler Foundation has awarded approximately $2.5 million in 2018 in grants to organizations across the U.S. to support initiatives that create or expand job training and employment initiatives for people with disabilities.
The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey recently awarded 12 grants totaling just under $1 million to improve the health and wellness of underserved and vulnerable populations in greater Newark and surrounding low income NJ communities.
The Trustees of The Fund for New Jersey awarded $855,652 in grants to non-profit organizations at their March 2019 quarterly Board meeting.
Subaru of America Inc., the auto manufacturer based in Camden, announced this week that its annual Subaru Share the Love Event led to $27.5 million for national and local charities in 2018.
The Overdeck Family Foundation recently launched a website that includes an article looking towards the future with a new mission statement, and what that means for the Foundation.
Campbell Soup Foundation reports on their recent efforts to support neighborhood revitalization in Camden though the NRTC program.
The Community Foundation of New Jersey (CFNJ) today thanked its more than 1,100 fundholders for recommending a record 7,722 individual grants in 2018 totaling $66.7 million.