2020 Grantees

2020 Grant Recipients

First Quarter

$1,500
    • The Brothers of the Sacred Heart at Saint Joseph High School in Metuchen, NJ to support the creation of the Financial Literacy Lab which will provide students with a full spectrum of financial education
    • The Cardinal Shehan Center in Bridgeport, CT 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 in Paterson, NJ to support their Workforce Development Program and career training for clients struggling with homelessness, hunger, poverty and addiction
    • Norwescap Career and Life Transition Center in Washington, NJ 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
$2,000
    • Project U.S.E. in Newark, NJ to support the Pedal Farmers Program which provides youth with hands-on job training and helps them develop business and entrepreneurship skills
$3,000
    • Lifting Up Westchester in White Plains, NY to support their Brighter Futures After-School Mentoring Program and Our Neighbor’s Home Care Services Program
$5,000
    • Adult Day Center in Bridgewater, NJ to provide general operating support of nursing care, program expenses, and staff education
    • Cornerstone Family Programs in Morristown, NJ to support Teen Pathways to Brighter Futures, their youth development, college prep and workforce readiness program
    • Elijah’s Promise in New Brunswick, NJ to support their clients as they pursue economic justice and empowerment, job and life skills training programs, and achieve economic independence
$7,000
    • Midland Adult Service in Branchburg, NJ to support their Employment Program which provides job training, placement, and support services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
$10,000
    • Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs in Dover, NJ to support their mission of improving the lives of Hispanic and low income residents by providing direct social services, education and client advocacy

Second Quarter

$2,000
    • Community Affairs and Resource Center in Asbury Park, NJ to support their programs focused on homeless prevention, employment readiness, and more.
    • Freedom House, Inc. in Clinton, NJ to support their employment program for transitional housing residents, which includes interviewing skills, resume writing, job coaching and placement, helping residents become financially independent.
$2,500
    • NewBridge Services, Inc. in Pequannock, NJ to support their Jobs Plus Program, which provides New Jersey high school diploma preparation and testing, pre-employment training, life skills, career coaching, job search assistance, and more.
$2,800
    • Our House Foundation in Murray Hill, NJ to support their programs for physically disabled adults which help them live independently in group homes, and seek and secure meaningful employment opportunities.
$5,000
    • HomeSharing, Inc. in Bridgewater, NJ to provide continued support for their affordable housing program, benefitting providers by staying in their homes without leaving the community or utilizing public assistance, and benefitting seekers who find below market-rate rents in which they can live better on their income.
$7,500
    • Community Hope, Inc. in Parsippany, NJ to support veterans and adults with mental illness, and programming that helps their veterans develop financial independence through remote education, ensuring they can live productively.
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