2019 Grantees

2019 Grant Recipients

First Quarter

    • Abbott House, Inc., Ivrington, NY to support their Life Skills program
    • Deirdre O’Brien Child Advocacy Center, Morristown, NJ to support their Healing Fund
    • Emanuel Community Development Corporation, New Brunswick, NJ to support Vanessa’s Food Pantry
    • Flemington Area Food Pantry, Flemington, NJ to support Hunterdon County residents in need
    • Lifting Up Westchester, Inc. in White Plains, NY to support their Pathways to Self Sufficiency program
    • Center for Safety and Change, New City, NY to support their Emergency Residential Aftercare Program
    • Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties, Somerville, NJ to support their Women@Work Initiative
    • Midland Foundation, North Branch, NJ to support Midland School and Midland Adult Services

Second Quarter

    • Project U.S.E. in Newark, NJ to support the Pedal Farmers Program
    • Center for Education Advancement in Flemington, NJ to support the Career Pathways Transition Project
    • America’s Grow-a-Row in Pittstown, NJ to support their mission of delivering fresh, healthy produce to those suffering from hunger
    • Our House Foundation in Murray Hill, NJ to support day program participants with developmental and intellectual disabilities
    • St. Joseph Social Service Center in Elizabeth, NJ to support their food insecurity programs, including Daily Bread, Soup Kitchen, and Food Pantry
    • Elijah’s Promise in New Brunswick, NJ to provide general operating support for their programs as Central New Jersey’s largest anti-hunger agency
    • HomeSharing, Inc. in Bridgewater, NJ, to support the shared affordable housing program in Central and Northern New Jersey 
    • Community Hope, Inc. in Parsippany, NJ to support the second phase of the Valley Brook Village Permanent Housing for veterans

Third Quarter

    • Good News Home for Women in Flemington, NJ to support their Life Sills Curriculum Program
    • Homeless Solutions, Inc. in Cedar Knolls, NJ to provide general operating support for their emergency shelter, transitional housing, and affordable housing programs
    • Mercy Learning Center of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, CT to support their educational programs which include financial education and interviewing skills.
    • New Reach, Inc. in New Haven, CT to provide general operating support of their Emergency Shelter
    • Pacific House in Stamford, CT to support their Young Adult Program for those aging out of the foster care system
    • Safe + Sound Somerset in Hillsborough, NJ to support the Financial Empowerment Center’s Individual Development Accounts Program
    • Lunch Break in Red Bank, NJ to support their Life Skills Program at the Life Skills Center

Fourth Quarter

    • Catholic Charities Community Services in Haverstraw, NY to support their eviction prevention program which provides financial assistance to help families avoid losing shelter, coupled with budget planning to help those families make smart financial decisions
    • Chrysalis Center in Hartford, CT which helps our communities through job training, employment services, housing, and healthcare services enabling clients to achieve financial independence
    • Junta for Progressive Action in New Haven, CT which collaborates with Latinx and immigrant communities to advance the social, economic and civic environment for all while embracing Latinx cultural traditions
    • Bridgeport Rescue Mission in Bridgeport, CT to provide general operating support as they help economically and socially disenfranchised individuals become self-sufficient members of the community
    • Homes with Hope, Inc. in Westport, CT to aid in providing food, a safe emergency shelter, supportive services, and housing to enable clients to financially support themselves
    • Hunterdon Youth Services in Flemington, NJ to support their programs which fill an important educational void by empowering economically disadvantaged youth with the capacity for long-term self-sufficiency through financial literacy and workforce development
    • Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County, Inc. in Milltown, NJ to support the Women’s Center which empowers clients to achieve economic self-sufficiency through education, job readiness training, networking, outreach, and more
    • The Town Clock Community Development Corporation in New Brunswick, NJ to support financial literacy programming for residents of Dina’s Dwellings who are female survivors of domestic violence and their children, to help them regain control of their lives and achieve financial stability
    • Central Jersey Housing Resource Center in Raritan, NJ to support their affordable housing and financial literacy programming
    • HABcore, Inc. in Red Bank, NJ to support their mission of providing a safe, clean and affordable home in which to live, the supportive services to prosper, employment, workplace preparation, mentorship, and the tools necessary to help clients reach independent living
    • Visions and Pathways in Bridgewater, NJ to provide general operating support for programming that provides abused, neglected, homeless and missing youth with housing, a stable environment and supportive services to help them become self-sufficient
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