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OceanFirst Foundation Awards Acenda Integrated Health $5,000 Grant

OceanFirst Foundation to support Acenda’s mission of moving lives forward across New Jersey.

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Bill Whelan, OceanFirst Bank Vice President of Government Banking and Retail Support, recently presented Acenda Integrated Health with a check for $5,000.

This grant will go towards fueling Acenda’s 100+ health and social service programs across 12 counties in New Jersey.

“This donation will be able to change the lives of so many clients under the care of Acenda,” says Mari Considine, Acenda Chief Development & Marketing Officer. “At Acenda, we’re dedicated to moving lives forward for the better—and we wouldn’t be able to do that without the support of such compassionate community organizations such as OceanFirst Foundation.”

OceanFirst Foundation’s drive to help improve the quality of life of the underserved in our communities lines up perfectly with Acenda’s dedication to world-class prevention, treatment and wellness services, compassionately delivered to ensure that every individual, family, and community achieves their greatest potential.

About Acenda Integrated Health

Acenda Integrated Health is a nonprofit organization dedicated to industry-leading prevention, treatment and wellness services compassionately delivered to ensure that every individual, family and community achieves their greatest potential.

Acenda is at the forefront of community-based services, providing over 100 health and social service programs across 60+ locations throughout a 12-county region in New Jersey.


For more information visit acendahealth.org.

About OceanFirst Foundation

OceanFirst Foundation empowers organizations to think bigger, solve more problems, and make life better in the neighborhoods served by OceanFirst Bank.

OceanFirst Foundation’s priorities include Health & Wellness, Housing, Improving the Quality of Life, Youth Development and Education.

Since 1996, OceanFirst Foundation has awarded more than 8,216 grants totaling more than $43 million to over 900+ local charities and schools.

Learn more at oceanfirstfdn.org.

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