2020 Grantees

2020 Grant Recipients

First Quarter

    • The Brothers of the Sacred Heart at Saint Joseph High School – to support the creation of the Financial Literacy Lab which will provide students with a full spectrum of financial education
    • The Cardinal Shehan Center – to support the Leadership Program which engages youth in activities including job readiness, high school and college preparation, money management and community leadership
    • Eva’s Village – to support their Workforce Development Program and career training for clients struggling with homelessness, hunger, poverty and addiction
    • Norwescap Career and Life Transition Center – to help women who have lost their primary means of financial support with reach their full potential through education, training, job readiness, community referrals, and supportive services
    • Project U.S.E. - to support the Pedal Farmers Program which provides youth with hands-on job training and helps them develop business and entrepreneurship skills
    • Lifting Up Westchester – to support their Brighter Futures After-School Mentoring Program and Our Neighbor’s Home Care Services Program
    • Adult Day Center – to provide general operating support of nursing care, program expenses, and staff education
    • Cornerstone Family Programs – to support Teen Pathways to Brighter Futures, their youth development, college prep and workforce readiness program
    • Elijah’s Promise – to support their clients as they pursue economic justice and empowerment, job and life skills training programs, and achieve economic independence
    • Midland Adult Service – to support their Employment Program which provides job training, placement, and support services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
    • Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs – $10,000 to support their mission of improving the lives of Hispanic and low income residents by providing direct social services, education and client advocacy
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