Giving Back

The Warehouse NJ provides donated furnishings and household goods when homeless families and individuals find a new place to call their own....
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Through advocacy and funding, the statewide organization serves as a beacon of hope for arts institutions battered by pandemic closures....
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With saplings in hand, the organization protects and preserves land that stretches through Somerset, Hunterdon and Mercer counties....
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Amid greater need induced by Covid-19, Bridge of Books continues to distribute reading materials to kids—and now senior citizens—statewide....
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The volunteer group helps newly arrived immigrants understand their rights and get started in the workplace....
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Getting PPE to frontline workers, donating iPads and building desks for students learning at home, and other charitable givings....
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A new partnership between Gravity Hill Farm in Titusville and Rolling Harvest Farms Rescue helps the nonprofit continue to serve families in Hunterdon and Mercer Counties....
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And when the pandemic increased the need for food and housing assistance, Arm in Arm evolved to meet the demand....
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Amid the pandemic, Morristown-based Nourish.NJ quickly revamped its food-distribution model and shifted all resource services to remote....
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In April, Audible launched the new initiative to feed in-need community members while simultaneously supporting Newark restaurants during the crisis....
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Jim Raffone founded JAR of Hope to help fund a first-of-its-kind study of an experimental treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy....
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At Marty’s Place, four-legged residents live out their final days with love, dignity and comfort—and an occasional dip in the pool....
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The Student Wish List Project equips younger children with resources and skills needed to volunteer meaningfully in their communities....
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When Tamara Williams couldn’t find relevant art- or songwriting-therapy groups, she founded the Montclair-based Music Beyond Measure (MBM)....
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Phil Battista grew up in his parents' Clifton coffee shop. Earlier this year, he opened Pop's Coffee Shop in honor of his father, and donates a portion of the profits to charities....
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At Shore House in Long Branch, membership is free, voluntary and lifelong....
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The RAIN Foundation in East Orange offers support groups, counseling, financial-management seminars and career training....
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Residents and companies have stepped in to offer free disinfecting service for first responders, donate meals to healthcare workers and feed those in need....
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Started in March at the beginning of the pandemic, the nonprofit aims to feed families in need while also supporting Asbury Park's restaurant scene....
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Raoul Cordeaux launched NJ's chapter of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, a national nonprofit serving 8,000 disabled active military members and vets....
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