The Community Foundation received $71,500 for its strategic plan work and $25,000 for its Atlantic City Community Fund.
Sixteen nonprofits in South Jersey receive $155,000 in grant awards.
Funding will be used to support the Transform South Jersey Initiative.
Thanks in part to a $16,000 grant from the Community Foundation of South Jersey’s COVID-19 Response Fund, the Ronald McDonald House of Southern NJ has been able to provide food, personal protective equipment, and entertainment for families they serve.
The Community Foundation of South Jersey has announced the addition of Valeria Galarza and Ann Marie Liotta to the CFSJ Governing Board.
The grant will be used to fund emergency assistance and recruit hospital employees.
$5,000 grant will also support operational expenses.
The City of Woodbury will receive a $100,000 grant to help build a stronger, more cohesive community.
Twenty-six nonprofits in South Jersey receive more than $161,000 in grants.
Haddonfield, NJ – Atlantic City businesses and residents have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping our country and world, but that has not stopped the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City (BGAC) from continuing their mission. With the help of a $20,000 grant from the Community Foundation of South Jersey’s (CFSJ) COVID-19 Response […]