The Fund for New Jersey is proud to announce that for the fourth quarter of 2015 it has awarded grants in the total amount of $605,000 to advance public policies in the areas of public media, anti-poverty, civil rights & criminal justice, HIV/AIDS prevention, and non-profit advocacy. Read the full press release here.
Human activity such as burning fossil fuels increases carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere, thereby “forcing” climate change. The natural consequences of climate change include superstorms such as Hurricane Sandy, rising sea levels, and extreme fluctuations in heat and precipitation. Read the full policy paper.
The Fund for New Jersey works to improve the quality of public policy decision‑making on the most significant issues affecting the people of New Jersey and our region.