Crossroads NJ

Summary of Grants Awarded for 2012

A $65,000 grant (including a $20,000 challenge grant) for state budget analysis and advocacy on behalf of low-income children and their families.

A $75,000 grant to support the organization's New Jersey Racial Justice and Open Governance Programs.

A $2,500 grant to support work to increase the diversity of nonprofit boards in NJ.

A $5,000 grant to support strategic planning.

A $75,000 grant to support the New Jersey Immigrant Rights program.

A $50,000 grant for work to protect New Jersey’s coastal ecosystems.

A $25,000 grant for its work to protect and restore New Jersey’s coastal ecosystems in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

A $60,000 grant to support statewide policy and advocacy work.

Camden Community Development Association

A $36,000 grant to complete a database of abandoned properties in Camden

A $30,000 grant to support the Diversity Initiative of the Ready to Run Campaign Training Program.

A $25,000 grant to support advocacy and policy development on behalf of the nonprofit sector.

A $40,000 grant to provide the citizens of New Jersey with the tools and training to participate fully in politics and government.

A $15,000 grant to support coalition building among environmental, housing, and planning organizations.

A $25,000 grant to support the organization's role as Chair of New Jersey Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster and related relief efforts in the wake of Superstorm Sandy

A $60,000 grant for its leadership of Camden SMART (Stormwater Management and Resource Training), an innovative network of green and grey infrastructure projects.

A $50,000 grant for advocacy and litigation to protect the Delaware River Watershed and surrounding communities.

A $30,000 grant for advocacy to advance drug sentencing reform.

A $75,000 challenge grant to support legal and public affairs programming.

A $110,000 grant to provide counseling, advocacy, and legal representation to New Jersey’s environmental community.

A $40,000 grant to support environmental clean-up and remediation efforts in disadvantaged communities.

A $100,000 grant to advocate for fair school funding, investment in school construction projects, and improved assessment and graduation requirements.

A $100,000 grant to defend the Mt. Laurel doctrine and advocate for increased availability of affordable housing.

A $40,000 grant to ensure the enforcement of federal and state civil rights laws as it applies to housing redevelopment related to Superstorm Sandy.

A $75,000 grant to support outreach and educational activities to advance marriage equality.

A $100,000 grant to support the creation of housing and economic opportunities for low- and moderate-income New Jerseyans.

A $75,000 grant to support the New Jersey Representation project.

A $40,000 grant for advocacy on behalf of people living with HIV/AIDS.

A $100,000 grant to support the Poverty Research Institute.

An $85,000 grant to support advocacy and public education on key issues of social and economic justice.

A $60,000 grant to support statewide policy and advocacy work.

An $85,000 grant to protect the natural resources of the New Jersey Highlands and advocate on issues related to the Highlands Regional Master Plan.

A $50,000 grant to monitor the implementation of the Second Chance Legislation and advocate for continued improvements to re-entry policy.

A $100,000 grant to provide nonpartisan, fact-based analysis of public policy and the state budget.

A $50,000 grant to support advocacy for environmental protections and workplace safety.

A $15,000 grant to document the work conditions of Super storm Sandy recovery workers and volunteers.

A $50,000 grant to address the challenge of Combined Sewer Outfalls through public education, advocacy, and litigation.

A $50,000 grant to support coverage of public policy.

A $50,000 grant to protect the natural resources of the Pinelands and to monitor the implementation of the Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan.

A $10,000 grant to support the merger of the South Branch Watershed Association and the Upper Raritan Watershed Association into the Raritan Headwaters Association.