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Summary of Grants Awarded

Fourth Quarter

 $75,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to NJ Environmental Justice Alliance to advance their work to support healthy communities by advancing environmental justice in New Jersey’s  infrastructure, policies, and practices.

A $25,000 multi-year operating grant (year three of three) to the New Jersey Center for Nonprofits to advocate on behalf of NJ’s nonprofit sector by responding to federal policy threats, advancing state policies to strengthen the sector, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the nonprofit sector. 

A $40,000 operating grant to Hyacinth AIDS Foundation to advance their work to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic through equitable access to health care and support services.

A $75,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to Ironbound Community Corporation to advance environmental justice through community organizing and public policy. 

An operating grant (up to $25,000) to the New Jersey Coalition for Diverse and Inclusive Schools, Inc. to support their work to address segregation in New Jersey’s public schools and to develop remedies that foster integrated and inclusive schools.

A $125,000 operating grant to New Jersey Policy Perspective to support their advocacy work to foster a more equitable and inclusive state budget that will benefit all New Jerseyans.

A $125,000, 15-month operating grant to NJ Spotlight News to support its multiplatform newsroom to produce high-quality coverage of issues impacting New Jersey. 

Third Quarter

A $100,000 operating grant to advance well-funded, equitable public education in New Jersey.

A $75,000 operating grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey through co-convening the Lead-Free New Jersey collaborative.

A $100,000 operating to advance the rights, interests, and influence of New Jersey’s Latino residents through grassroots organizing and policy advocacy.

Lead-Free New Jersey Community Mobilization (East Trenton Collaborative, Paterson Alliance, and Greater Newark Area Hub)

A $90,000 program grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey via the Lead-Free New Jersey collaborative; centering the perspectives of those most impacted by lead hazards.

A $75,000 operating grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey through co-convening and providing backbone staff support to the Lead-Free New Jersey collaborative.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance the rights, interests, and influence of New Jersey’s Black communities through grassroots organizing and policy advocacy.

Second Quarter

A $100,000 operating grant to support work to reduce incarceration and advance voting rights and reproductive health care in New Jersey.

A $50,000 operating grant to mobilize environmental commissions to advance state and local policies that improve water quality, and combat climate change.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance voter education and to protect democracy in New Jersey.

​​​​A $75,000 operating grant to advance climate and clean energy policies through co-leadership of the Jersey Renews coalition.

A $75,000 operating grant to protect, preserve, and restore the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary.

A $100,000 operating grant to reduce incarceration and to defend democracy, housing equity, workers' rights, and other policy initiatives.    

A $25,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of two) to mobilize environmental commissions to advance state and local policies that improve water quality and combat climate change.

A $125,000 operating grant to provide high-quality legal assistance for clean energy, climate change, and environmental justice. Additionally, the organization received a capacity building grant of $50,000. 

A $75,000 operating grant to advance policies on climate and clean energy through leadership of the Jersey Renews coalition.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance climate and clean energy policies through co-leadership of the Jersey Renews coalition.

A $100,000 operating grant to harness the power of grassroots activism to fight for a more inclusive and representative democracy. 

A $100,000 operating grant to advance public policy solutions to promote economic security, quality and affordable health care, and consumer protections for all New Jerseyans.

A $100,000 operating grant to promote economic security, quality affordable health care, and expand work protections.   

A $50,000 program grant to advance policies that mitigate climate change through natural resource conservation principles.

A $25,000 multi-year program grant (year two of two) to advance policies that mitigate climate change through natural resource conservation principles.

A $120,000 three-year operating grant (year-three) to Adhikaar, Casa Freehold, National Domestic Workers Alliance, New Labor, Unidad Latina En Accion, and Wind of the Spirit ($20,000 each) to advocate for domestic workers’ rights and protections.

A $140,000 operating grant to the New Jersey Domestic Workers Coalition ($20,000 each to Adhikaar, Casa Freehold, Lazos America Unida, National Domestic Workers Alliance, New Labor, Unidad Latina en Acción, and Wind of the Spirit) to educate and inform New Jersey’s domestic workers of their rights and protections.

A $50,000 operating grant to protect and defend the Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan, as well as advocate for forest stewardship.

A $50,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of two) to protect and defend the Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan, as well as advocate for forest stewardship. 

A $125,000 operating grant, which includes a $100,000 base grant to advance racial and economic justice in New Jersey’s urban communities and to expand and protect democracy and a one-time $25,000 grant increase in support of its 25th anniversary. 

A $75,000 operating grant to advance policies on climate and clean energy through leadership of the Jersey Renews coalition.  

A $75,000 operating grant to safeguard the waters and coastal communities of the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary.  

A $50,000 operating grant to advance and enforce policies that protect the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

A $50,000 operating grant to protect the Pinelands region and to promote responsible enjoyment of its natural resources. 

First Quarter

A $100,000 operating grant to defend New Jersey residents’ right to equitable and affordable housing.

A $125,000 operating grant to advance policies that expand the affordability and accessibility of housing.

A $100,000 multi-year operating grant (year three of three) to advance pro-immigrant policies, workers’ rights, and youth justice through grassroots organizing and policy innovation.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance state and federal policies that support low-income children and families and improve the quality of life for children living in disadvantaged communities.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance state and federal policies that support low-income children and families and improve the quality of life of children living in disadvantaged communities.  

A $100,000 multi-year program grant (year two of three) to end immigrant detention and to advocate for immigrant-inclusive policies in New Jersey.

A $100,000 multi-year program grant (year three of three) to end immigrant detention and to advocate for immigrant-inclusive policies in New Jersey.

A $67,755 program grant to develop a poll focused on social and racial justice issues.  

A $100,000 operating grant to challenge exclusionary land-use policies that perpetuate racial and economic segregation. 

A $65,000 multi-year operating grant (year three of three) to advance racial, social, and immigrant justice while continuing to develop grassroots community leaders.

A $65,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of three) to advance racial, social, and immigrant justice while continuing to develop community leaders with the goal of liberation. 

A $125,000 operating grant to advance policies that expand affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization.  

A $100,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of three) to advance pro-immigrant policies, workers’ rights, and youth justice through grassroots organizing and policy innovation.

A $125,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of three) to support and grow a statewide coalition that advances campaigns to foster justice, inclusion, belonging, and the empowerment of immigrant communities.

A $125,000 multi-year operating grant (year three of three) to support and grow a statewide coalition that advances campaigns to foster justice, inclusion, belonging, and the empowerment of immigrant communities.

A $50,000 program grant to support high-quality journalism focusing on critical issues facing New Jersey. 

A $75,000 program grant, which includes a $50,000 base grant to support a strong public media ecosystem and a one-time $25,000 grant increase in support of WNYC/NJPR’s centennial anniversary.

A $25,000 program grant to support high-quality journalism focusing on critical issues facing New Jersey. 

A $25,000 program grant to support a strong public media ecosystem in New Jersey.

A $50,000 program grant to support a strong public media ecosystem in New Jersey.

A $50,000 program grant to support high-quality journalism focusing on critical issues facing New Jersey. 

A $65,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of three) to educate, organize, and mobilize immigrant communities to advance fair and humane immigrant policies.   

A $65,000 multi-year operating grant (year three of three) to educate, organize, and mobilize immigrant communities to advance fair and humane immigrant policies.

A $45,000 general operating grant to expand the availability of and access to preschool and to advance policies to reduce chronic absenteeism in order to improve academic performance.

A $40,000 grant for state budget analysis and advocacy on behalf of low-income children and their families.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance state and federal policies that support low-income children and families and improve educational outcomes for children in at-risk communities.

A $45,000 general operating grant to protect federal programs for children and to advance state and federal policies that benefit low-income children and their families such as breakfast after the bell, support for early childhood care and education, and reductions in chronic absenteeism.

A $65,000 grant to support advocacy on behalf of low-income children and their families and in support of juvenile justice reform.

A $45,000 program grant to expand preschool and to advance other policies that benefit low-income children and their families.

A $45,000 general operating grant to protect federal programs for children, expand the availability of and access to preschool, and to advance other policies that benefit low-income children and their families.

A $10,000 program grant for research and analysis on Census 2020 Hard-to-Count populations.

A $60,000 operating grant to advance state and federal policies that support low-income children and families and improve educational outcomes for children in at-risk communities.

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 operating grant to advance state and federal policies that support low-income children and families and improve children’s quality of life in disadvantaged communities.  

A $75,000 operating grant to advance state and federal policies that support low-income children and families and improve children’s educational outcomes in disadvantaged communities.

A $40,000 grant for state budget analysis and advocacy on behalf of low-income children and their families.

A $45,000 grant to enact policies that benefit low-income children and their families.

A $100,000 operating grant to support criminal justice reform in NJ, protect reproductive rights, and advance racial justice work.

An $85,000 general operating grant to advance racial justice, with a particular emphasis on criminal justice reform, just and equitable marijuana legalization, and protecting immigrant rights and voting rights.

A $100,000 grant to support the organization's New Jersey Racial Justice and Open Governance Programs.

An $85,000 grant to support racial justice and open governance issues, including improved police practices.

A $100,000 operating grant to support police reform, protect reproductive rights, and advance racial justice in New Jersey.

An $85,000 operating grant to further racial justice with a focus on transformative reform of both police practices and the overall criminal justice system including efforts to reduce incarceration.

A $75,000 grant to increase equity and advance the transparency and accountability of government departments.

An $85,000 operating grant to advance its racial justice work in New Jersey over the coming year, with particular focus on advocating for equitable marijuana reform, prosecutorial reform, police reform, expanded voting rights, and protecting immigrants’ rights.

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

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

A $100,000 operating grant to advance its racial justice work in New Jersey over the coming year, with particular focus on advocating for prosecutorial reform, police reform, expanded voting rights, protecting immigrants’ rights, and equitable marijuana reform.

A $85,000 general operating grant to advance racial justice, with a particular emphasis on just police practices and criminal justice system reform, including a new campaign to end mass incarceration.

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

A $121,000 program grant to reduce detention of immigrants, to advocate for universal representation, and to secure comprehensive pro-immigrant policies.

A $100,000 program grant to reduce detention of immigrants, to advocate for universal representation, and to secure comprehensive pro-immigrant policies.

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

A $42,500 grant to advance fair local, state, and national immigration policies and ensure that immigrant voices are part of these policy debates.

An $85,000 program grant to advance policies that foster fair and humane treatment of immigrants.

A $100,000 program grant to end immigrant detention, support legal representation, and to advance New Jersey immigrants’ rights.

An $85,000 program grant to advance policies to prevent detention of undocumented immigrants and to ensure more humane conditions of detention.

A $75,000 grant to support policies that benefit New Jersey's diverse immigrant communities.

A $75,000 program grant to advance policies to prevent detention of undocumented immigrants and to ensure more humane conditions of detention.

A $100,000 multi-year program grant (year one of three) to end immigrant detention and to advocate for immigrant-inclusive policies in New Jersey.  

A $121,000 program grant to reduce the detention of immigrants by advancing anti-detainer policies and universal representation and to secure the human rights of detained immigrants by furthering independent medical oversight policies.

A $5,000 grant to support strategic planning.

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

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

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

A $50,000 grant to protect coastal habitat and foster coastal resiliency through pursuit of a regional comprehensive coastal management system.

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

A $25,000 grant to advance coastal policies that balance environmental preservation and development.

A $15,000 President’s grant to co-chair a state task force on Natural Resource Damage claims resulting from environmental pollution and to determine methods for the amount of restoration/damages the public is due, questions of liability, and ways to maximize community input.

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

A $25,000 program challenge grant to launch a New Jersey affiliate of the American Sustainable Business Institute guided by “triple-bottom-line” principles of business support for protection of the environment, fair wages, and economic policies that catalyze jobs and a strong economy.

A $35,000 grant to advocate for accurate and comprehensive sexuality education in New Jersey schools.

A $35,000 grant to advocate for accurate and comprehensive sexuality education in New Jersey schools.

A $10,000 president’s grant for capacity building.

A $75,000 general operating grant, of which $25,000 is a challenge grant, to support advocacy and public policy that prevent, reduce, and eventually eliminate poverty among New Jersey residents while promoting policy solutions that combat structural racism.

A $65,000 grant to support the growth of this Network, which aims to eliminate poverty and to ameliorate its effects on New Jersey residents.

A $65,000 operating grant to support efforts to advocate, provide community education, and build partnerships to prevent, reduce, and eliminate poverty in New Jersey.

 A $75,000 general operating grant, of which $25,000 is a challenge grant, to support advocacy and public policy that prevent, reduce, and eventually eliminate poverty among New Jersey residents while promoting policy solutions that mitigate structural racism.

A $75,000 general operating grant to support efforts to prevent, reduce, and eventually eliminate poverty among New Jersey residents.

An $80,000 grant to support statewide policy and advocacy work.

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

A $50,000 grant to protect water quality in NJ through education of local officials, monitoring of state legislative and rulemaking processes, and advocacy.

A $60,000 operating grant to support education of environmental commissions and public policy advocacy to protect the environment with a particular focus on improving water quality and reducing plastics pollution.

A $60,000 general operating grant to support public policy advocacy and education on water quality protection and open space preservation in New Jersey.

A $60,000 grant to advance stormwater policy at the state and local level with the goals of decreasing water pollution, mitigating floodwaters, and recovering rainwater for reuse.

An $80,000 grant to support statewide policy and advocacy work.

A $15,000 president's grant to underwrite staff and technology tools to enable more strategic education and empowerment of current members, cultivation of potential members, and development of new environmental commissions.

A $50,000 general operating grant to protect water quality, combat climate change, and preserve open space through education and mobilization of environmental commissions in NJ.

A $180,000 three-year operating grant to advance state and local policy to improve water quality, protect water supply, and reduce plastics pollution.

A $50,000 operating grant to advance state and local policies that improve water quality, combat the climate crisis, and end plastic pollution.

A $60,000 general operating grant to support education of environmental commissions and public policy advocacy to protect the environment with a particular focus on improving water quality.

A $60,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year-two) to advance state and local policy to improve water quality, protect water supply, and reduce plastics pollution.

A $60,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year-three) to advance state and local policies to improve water quality, protect water supply, and reduce plastic pollution.

A $25,000 program grant to advocate for progressive budget policy and increased revenue generation in NJ and to increase government transparency and accountability.

A $30,000 grant to support work with the city of Camden to improve the delivery of basic city services.

Camden Community Development Association

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

Camden Community Development Association

A $45,000 grant to develop a database of abandoned properties in Camden.

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

A $60,000 grant to support the Diversity Initiative of the Ready to Run Campaign Training Program.

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

A $60,000 grant (including a $15,000 challenge grantto support the Diversity Initiative of the Ready to Run Campaign Training Program.

A $1,000 president’s grant to encourage community participation in police and community relations.

Center for Diversity and Equality in Education

A $100,000 program grant to support research and analysis by Rutgers Professor Emeritus Paul Tractenberg to foster integration in New Jersey’s public school system in order to provide all students with a high-quality education.

An $8,500 president's grant to produce a report that develops strategies to foster integration in New Jersey’s public school system in order to provide all students with a high-quality education.

A $25,000 general operating grant to promote a robust non-profit sector by protecting against federal policy threats, advancing state policies to strengthen the sector, and building non-profit advocacy capacity.

A $30,000 grant to support advocacy and policy development on behalf of the nonprofit sector.

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

A $25,000 general operating grant to foster policies that broaden the impact and improve the effectiveness of the non-profit sector in New Jersey and to advance diversity within the sector.

A $25,000 grant (including a $5,000 challenge grant) to support advocacy and policy development on behalf of the nonprofit sector.

A $25,000 grant to foster policies that will expand the impact of the non-profit sector.

A $25,000 operating grant to support advocacy and public information activities to create a stronger and more effective non-profit community in New Jersey.

A $75,000 three-year general operating grant to promote a robust non-profit sector by protecting against federal policy threats, advancing state policies to strengthen the sector, supporting the 2020 Census, and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the non-profit sector.

A $25,000 general operating grant to foster policies that broaden the impact and improve the effectiveness of the non-profit sector in New Jersey and to advance diversity within the sector.

A $25,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of three) to advocate on behalf of NJ’s nonprofit sector by responding to federal policy threats, advancing state policies to strengthen the sector, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the nonprofit sector.

A $25,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to advocate on behalf of NJ’s non-profit sector by protecting against federal policy threats, advancing state policies to strengthen the sector, and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the non-profit 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 $65,000 grant to provide the citizens of New Jersey with the tools and training to participate fully in politics and government.

A $65,000 grant to provide the citizens of New Jersey with the tools and training to participate fully in politics and government.

A $25,000 grant to encourage commercial development in undeserved communities.

A $30,000 grant for research and advocacy to strengthen ocean water quality protections.

A $25,000 grant to achieve cleaner air, improved health, and better working conditions for the benefit of communities and workers in the vicinity of the Ports of Newark and Elizabeth.

A $25,000 grant to promote policies to achieve clearer air and cleaner trucks for the benefit of the local communities and workers.

A $25,000 program challenge grant to improve the public health of low-income residents living near the port and to promote economic justice for port workers through the Coalition for Healthy Ports.

Clean Water Fund-New Jersey

A $50,000 grant to support community organizing and advocacy to advance environmental justice.

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

A $15,000 challenge grant to help the group find new stable footing as part of a larger organization.

A $60,000 program grant to support policy change to significantly reduce the impact of diesel emissions and other forms of pollution on children and families in low-income communities and communities of color surrounding the Ports of Newark and Elizabeth through collaboration by Clean Water Fund, Ironbound Community Corporation, and New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance.

A $60,000 program grant to support policy change to significantly reduce diesel emissions and other pollution that harm children and families in low-income communities of color surrounding the Ports of Newark and Elizabeth. Coalition led by Clean Water Fund, Ironbound Community Corporation, and New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance.

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 $60,000 grant for its work to implement the Cramer Hill Waterfront Plan.

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 $3,500 grant to ensure that its membership is well informed about Superstorm Sandy’s impact in New Jersey's northern urban communities.

A $2,500 president's grant to conduct an environmental scan of Trenton-based initiatives and offer specific implementable recommendations to further Trenton’s urban planning and community development efforts in partnership with the John S. Watson Institute of Public Policy.

A $25,000 program grant to advance policies to prevent expansion of pipelines and other shale gas infrastructure in New Jersey and instead to advance clean energy technology.

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

A $25,000 grant to protect the Delaware River through independent science-based advocacy and community engagement, including specific focus on enforcing stormwater rules.

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

A $75,000 grant for advocacy and litigation to protect the Delaware River Watershed and surrounding communities.

A $40,000 program grant to educate the public about the potential benefit to New Jersey residents of a Green Amendment to the New Jersey Constitution.

A $50,000 program grant to advance policies that promote a fair and racially just criminal justice system and to reduce the number of people in New Jersey incarcerated for drug law violations, with an emphasis on bail reform implementation, parole reform, fair and equitable marijuana reform, and sentencing reform.

A $50,000 grant to improve criminal justice policies and reduce the number of people in New Jersey incarcerated for drug law violations.

A $50,000 program grant to advance policies that promote a fair and racially just criminal justice system and to reduce the number of people in New Jersey incarcerated for drug law violations, with an emphasis on parole reform and fair and equitable marijuana reform.

A $50,000 program grant to advance policies to improve the fairness of criminal justice policies and reduce the number of people in New Jersey incarcerated for drug law violations, with an emphasis on bail reform implementation, parole reform, and decreased penalties for drug-related offenses.

A $50,000 program grant to improve the fairness of criminal justice policies and reduce the number of people in New Jersey incarcerated for drug law violations.

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

A $40,000 grant to advance policy changes to reduce the number of people in New Jersey incarcerated for drug law violations.

A $75,000 challenge grant to support another television season and thereby to promote serious discussion of important legal and policy issues.

A $25,000 general operating grant to enhance awareness and spur debate about timely legal and policy issues.

A $10,000 general operating grant to enhance awareness and spur debate about timely legal and policy issues.

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

A $75,000 challenge grant to promote critical dialogue and enhance awareness of current legal and policy issues.

A $15,000 grant to support strategic planning.

A $60,000 grant (including a $30,000 challenge grantto support legal and public affairs programming.

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

An $85,000 operating grant to represent environmental and community organizations to address environmental sustainability and climate resiliency issues in New Jersey.

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

An $85,000 general operating grant to support New Jersey’s only public interest environmental law firm to provide legal advocacy and expertise in order to advance clean energy and environmental justice.

A $100,000 challenge grant to support the work of New Jersey's only public interest environmental law firm to protect New Jersey's environment and public health.

An $85,000 operating grant to support New Jersey’s only public interest environmental law firm to provide legal advocacy and expertise in order to advance clean energy and environment policy.

An $85,000 general operating grant to support the work of New Jersey’s only public interest environmental law firm to advance clean energy and environmental justice in New Jersey.

A $37,000 program, challenge, multi-year grant (year one of two) to Eastern Environmental Law Center (EELC) to establish a new environmental justice staff attorney position.

A $85,000 operating grant to provide legal advocacy and expertise to advance climate resiliency, promote clean energy, and protect water quality.

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

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

A $100,000 grant to promote sound, systemic environmental policy in the state as New Jersey’s only public interest environmental law firm.

A $85,000 operating grant to provide legal representation and expertise to advance climate resiliency, promote clean energy, and protect water quality.

A $10,000 president's grant to support strategic and development plans.

An $85,000 operating grant to represent environmental and community organizations to address environmental sustainability and climate resiliency issues in New Jersey.

An $85,000 general operating grant to support the work of New Jersey’s only public interest environmental law firm to advance clean energy and environmental justice in New Jersey. 

A $37,000 multi-year program/challenge grant (year two of two) for a staff attorney position to support environmental justice work.

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

A $40,000 grant to make communities healthier by remediating sites contaminated with toxins.

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

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

A $40,000 grant (including a $20,000 challenge grant) to make communities healthier by remediating sites contaminated with toxins.

A $100,000 operating grant to preserve and enhance New Jersey's strong public education system by advocating for fair school funding, school construction needs, and school district consolidation with a focus on increasing equity and achieving positive educational outcomes.

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 preserve and protect New Jersey’s strong education equity framework, and to develop and implement strategies to advance equity.

A $100,000 operating grant to preserve and further enhance New Jersey’s strong public education system by advocating for fair school funding and advancing equity through initiatives such as preschool expansion, adequate facilities, and attention to reducing segregation.

A $100,000 operating grant to advocate for adequate school funding, school construction needs, and equitable and diverse learning environments by serving as convenor of the Our Children/Our Schools Coalition and working with partners on school integration efforts.

A $100,000 operating grant to ensure equal access to a high-quality public education by advocating for adequate funding, school construction needs, and equitable curriculum standards and student assessment policies to achieve improved educational outcomes.

A $100,000 general operating grant to preserve and enhance New Jersey’s strong public education system by advocating for fair school funding and advancing equity through initiatives such as preschool expansion, adequate facilities, and fair standards and assessments.

A $125,000 grant to advocate on behalf of disadvantaged public school students seeking equal access to high-quality education.

A $100,000 general operating grant to preserve and enhance New Jersey’s strong public education system by advocating for fair school funding and advancing equity through initiatives such as preschool expansion, adequate facilities, and fair standards and assessments.

A $100,000 operating grant to ensure equal access to a high-quality public education by advocating for digital learning tools, adequate funding, school construction needs, and curriculum standards and assessment policies to achieve equitable educational outcomes in this time of the COVID-19 global health crisis.

A $100,000 operating grant to ensure equal access to a high-quality public education by advocating for adequate school funding, school construction needs, reduced use of local law enforcement in schools, and integration.

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 advocate for fair school funding, investment in school construction projects, and improved assessment and graduation requirements.

A $30,000 grant to develop a comprehensive understanding of the issues, challenges, and gaps in policy made evident by Hurricane Sandy and to identify and assess appropriate policy responses to these gaps. 

A $75,000 grant to make climate change mitigation and expansion of clean energy policy priorities for New Jersey.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance climate and clean energy policies that promote electrification and equitable transportation through leadership of the Jersey Renews coalition.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance equitable renewable energy and transportation policy over the coming year.    

A $75,000 operating grant to advance equitable renewable energy and transportation policy and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews over the coming year.

A $75,000 general operating grant to advocate for clean energy and climate change mitigation policies in New Jersey, and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews, a statewide coalition working to advance climate justice, clean energy, and good jobs in collaboration with GreenFaith and NJ Work Environment Council.

A $75,000 operating grant to advocate for clean energy and transportation policies in New Jersey, and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews, a statewide coalition working to advance climate justice, clean energy, and good jobs in collaboration with GreenFaith and NJ Work Environment Council.    

A $75,000 general operating grant to advocate for clean energy and climate change mitigation policies in New Jersey, and to develop a state clean energy policy coalition.

A $100,000 general operating challenge grant to make climate change mitigation and expansion of clean energy policy priorities for New Jersey. 

A $75,000 operating grant to advance climate and clean energy and equitable transportation work in New Jersey, and to provide leadership to the Jersey Renews coalition.

A $60,000 grant initiative to develop a collective conservation policy agenda with a racial equity lens.

A $55,000 grant to provide independent, bipartisan, and unbiased information on the state’s systemic fiscal challenges.

A $20,000 grant to support the organization's third report which focuses on infrastructure needs and investments in transportation, energy, and the environment.

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 $140,000 general operating grant to expand access to affordable housing in geographic areas of opportunity and to combat residential segregation.

A $100,000 operating grant to support its work to expand affordable housing creation in geographic areas of opportunity and to foster racial and socioeconomic integration.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance racial equity and expand affordable housing creation in geographic areas of opportunity near jobs, transit, and high-quality schools.

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

A $160,000 general operating grant to expand the availability of affordable housing in geographic areas of opportunity.

A $100,000 operating grant to expand affordable housing creation in geographic areas of opportunity near jobs, transit, and high-quality schools.

A 6-month, $50,000 grant to defend the Mt. Laurel doctrine and advocate for increased availability of affordable housing.

A $60,000 challenge grant to ensure the enforcement of federal and state civil rights laws as it applies to housing redevelopment related to Superstorm Sandy.

A $120,000 operating grant to support emerging leaders to advance reparative justice in New Jersey. This Reparative Justice Initiative was co-funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

A $160,000 grant to expand the availability of affordable housing in geographic areas of opportunity.

A $160,000 general operating grant to expand access to affordable housing in geographic areas of opportunity and to combat residential segregation.

A $160,000 general operating grant to expand access to housing that is affordable in geographic areas of opportunity and to combat residential segregation.

A $100,000 operating grant to expand affordable housing and challenge exclusionary land-use policies that perpetuate racial and economic segregation. 

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

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

A $50,000 operating grant to advance racial justice and promote the human rights of immigrants in New Jersey.

A $50,000 operating grant to inform decision makers and the public and to advocate for policies that promote the human rights of immigrants and advance racial justice in New Jersey.

A $50,000 operating grant to inform decision makers and the public and to advocate for policies that promote the human rights of immigrants and advance racial justice in New Jersey.

A $35,000 operating grant to support Black-led organizing to advance racial justice in New Jersey.

A $50,000 general operating grant, in partnership with Wind of the Spirit, to advance strong state and municipal policies that will improve opportunities for New Jersey’s immigrant residents.

A $180,000 operating grant for collaborative community organizing and base-building work to advance reparative justice in New Jersey. This Reparative Justice Initiative was co-funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

A $37,500 general operating grant to advance comprehensive immigration reform including strong state and municipal policies that will improve opportunities for and integration of New Jersey’s immigrant residents in their diverse communities.

A $65,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to advance racial, social, and immigrant justice while continuing to develop community leaders with the goal of liberation. 

A $37,500 general operating grant, in partnership with Wind of the Spirit, to advance strong state and municipal policies that will improve opportunities for New Jersey’s immigrant residents, with a focus on expanding access to drivers’ licenses.

A $50,000 general operating grant to advocate, through its faith-based organizing network, for state policies that promote the human rights of immigrants and racial justice.

A $25,000 operating grant to advance a policy agenda that transforms how the state supports families through community-based and community-directed services.

Funders Collaborative for Immigrant Families in the Garden State

A $50,000 program grant to address the serious and growing needs of immigrant communities in New Jersey.

Funders Collaborative for Immigrant Families in the Garden State

A $50,000 program grant to address the serious and growing needs of immigrant communities in New Jersey.

Funders Collaborative for Immigrant Families in the Garden State

A $50,000 grant to this newly formed collaborative to address the serious and growing needs of immigrant communities in New Jersey.

A $25,000 program grant to advance policies that increase opportunities and improve conditions for transgender residents of New Jersey.

A $60,000 grant to support outreach and educational activities to advance marriage equality.

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

A $50,000 grant to support outreach and educational activities to advance marriage equality.

A 3-month $20,000 grant to support advocacy, education, and implementation related to New Jersey’s marriage equality decision.

A $17,000 program grant to publish an audit of New Jersey’s gun policy, which will include an equity impact analysis and cost benefit analysis of community intervention programs, and to host an educational event to share findings with policymakers, advocates, and other interested stakeholders.

Grassroots Institute of New Jersey

A $30,000 grant to support the organization's leadership of the Better Choices for New Jersey budget campaign and the coordination of a statewide nonpartisan voter engagement initiative.

Grassroots Institute of New Jersey

A $30,000 grant to support the organization's leadership of the Better Choices for New Jersey budget campaign and the coordination of a statewide nonpartisan voter engagement initiative.

An $80,000 program grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey by implementing the strategic recommendations of the 2018 New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan and identifying and aligning investments to support stakeholders in implementation.

A $75,000 operating grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey by providing leadership to the Lead-Free New Jersey campaign; advocating for regulatory change, sustainable funding, and infrastructure updates while centering racial equity.

A $75,000 operating grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey by providing expertise and project support to the Lead-Free New Jersey campaign; advocating for regulatory change, sustainable funding, and infrastructure upgrades while centering racial equity; and advancing the 10 strategic recommendations of the 2018 New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan.

A $60,000 program grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey by implementing the strategic recommendations of the 2018 New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan.

A $75,000 operating grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey by providing expertise and project support to the Lead-Free New Jersey campaign, a multi-pronged campaign aimed to eliminate lead poisoning in all its forms, and to advance the 10 strategic recommendations of the 2018 New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan.

A $25,000 program grant to build strong support from faith communities for state policies that create green jobs and reduce pollution and climate impacts. 

A $25,000 program grant to provide campaign leadership to Jersey Renews’ clean energy policy and to engage the faith sector, with a focus on the African-American faith community.

A $50,000 program grant to educate and mobilize faith leaders on climate and clean energy policies and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews, a statewide coalition working to advance climate justice, clean energy, and good jobs in collaboration with Environment NJ Research and Policy Center and NJ Work Environment Council.

A $25,000 operating grant to educate and mobilize faith leaders on equitable clean energy policies emphasizing green jobs and environmental health and to provide leadership to the Jersey Renews coalition. 

A $50,000 program grant to educate and mobilize faith leaders on equitable clean energy policies with an emphasis on green jobs and environmental health and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews, a statewide coalition working to advance climate justice, clean energy, and good jobs in collaboration with Environment NJ Research and Policy Center and NJ Work Environment Council.    

A $50,000 program grant to educate and mobilize faith leaders in support of a pro-climate and pro-green jobs policy agenda, and to develop a state clean energy policy coalition.

A $25,000 program grant to provide campaign leadership to Jersey Renews’ clean energy policy and to engage the faith sector, with a focus on the African-American faith community.

A $125,000 operating grant to support its COVID-19 pandemic housing relief efforts, advance its multi-year RENT campaign and pursue its ongoing affordable housing and healthy communities priorities.

A $125,000 general operating grant to expand access to affordable housing through its Build a Thriving New Jersey campaign, and to advance complementary policies that combat homelessness, ensure tenants’ rights, and promote equitable urban development.

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

A $100,000 general operating grant to advance policies that expand access to affordable housing, combat homelessness, and prevent lead poisoning.

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

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

A $100,000 general operating grant to foster new affordable housing opportunities and to direct resources to vulnerable populations in the Sandy recovery; to support neighborhood stabilization and revitalization.

A $100,000 general operating grant to advance state and federal policies that expand access to housing that is affordable and to combat homelessness.

A $15,000 program grant to work with Isles, Inc. to support policy changes that will prevent exposure to and reduce the impact of lead poisoning of children in New Jersey.

A $125,000 grant to foster housing and community development in underserved communities and maximize community development corporations' collective impact while improving the quality of life of lower-income New Jersey residents.

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

A $75,000 challenge grant to support outreach and technical assistance related to Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts.

A $125,000 operating grant to expand access to homes that are affordable through its Build a Thriving New Jersey campaign, and to advance complementary policies that combat homelessness, prevent foreclosure, foster healthy homes, and promote equitable urban development.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance the rights of New Jersey renters through its RENT: Renter Empowerment and Neighborhood Tools campaign, and to advance complementary policies that combat homelessness, prevent foreclosure, foster healthy homes, and promote equitable and affordable urban development.

A $125,000 operating grant to support COVID-19 pandemic housing relief efforts, advance the multi-year RENT campaign, and launch HOUSED NJ, a multi-pronged campaign to secure federal and state investments in housing.  

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

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

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

A $50,000 program grant to formally launch a public health campaign to end HIV in New Jersey and to ensure that those living with HIV/AIDS in New Jersey have access to necessary healthcare and services.

A $25,000 program grant to advance policies to ensure that those living with HIV/AIDS in New Jersey have access to necessary services and to reduce rates of HIV/AIDS infection in New Jersey.

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

A $40,000 grant to promote health care policies and programs that allow access to medical support for New Jersey residents living with HIV and AIDS, with particular attention to changes necessary due to implementation of the Affordable Care Act and expansion of Medicaid.

A $25,000 operating grant for its work to prevent new HIV/AIDS infections and support the End the HIV Epidemic by 2025 campaign.

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

A $25,000 program grant to ensure that those living with HIV/AIDS in NJ have access to necessary services and to eradicate HIV/AIDS in NJ.

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

A $25,000 general operating grant to Hyacinth Aids Foundation for its work to prevent new HIV/AIDS infections and to ensure that those living with HIV/AIDS in New Jersey have access to necessary health care and services.

A $40,000 operating grant to advance policy goals outlined in the New Jersey Ends the HIV Epidemic by 2025 plan, including healthcare access for individuals living with HIV, housing accessibility, and increased funding for harm reduction services.

A $50,000 program grant to launch a public health campaign to end HIV in New Jersey and to ensure that those living with HIV/AIDS in New Jersey have access to necessary healthcare and services.

A $25,000 program grant to ensure that those living with HIV/AIDS in New Jersey have access to necessary services and to reduce rates of HIV/AIDS infection in New Jersey.

A $40,000 program grant to promote health care policies and programs that prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and provide support systems for New Jersey residents living with HIV and AIDS.

A $12,500 grant to support that TownStats project.

A $12,500 grant to support that TownStats project.

A $17,559 grant to support the Gustav Heningburg Civic Fellows Program.

A $50,000 grant to advance policy to improve air quality in New Jersey, with particular attention to the well-being of urban residents.

A $20,000 program grant to advance policies to improve air quality and public health in Newark and elsewhere in New Jersey. 

A $50,000 operating grant to support implementation of NJ’s landmark environmental justice cumulative impacts law and advance its environmental justice policy, advocacy, and community organizing work in Newark and statewide. 

A $50,000 general operating grant to Ironbound Community Corporation (ICC) to advance its environmental justice policy, advocacy, and community organizing work in Newark and statewide.

A $50,000 grant to improve air quality in New Jersey, with particular attention to the well-being of urban residents.

A $65,000 operating grant to advance policy priorities that center overburden communities and reduce the cumulative impact of pollution in the city of Newark and across New Jersey.

A $25,000 program grant to work with the Housing and Community Development Network of NJ to support policy changes that will prevent exposure to and reduce the impact of lead poisoning of children in New Jersey.

Jersey Promise

A $35,000 general operating grant to improve research and knowledge of New Jersey’s Asian American population by publishing a comprehensive statewide report including policy recommendations to advance the welfare of New Jersey’s Asian American communities.

A $100,000 program grant to develop and demonstrate effective and efficient strategies for reducing long-term unemployment in New Jersey through evaluation of the New Start Career Network.

A $100,000 program grant to develop and demonstrate effective and efficient strategies for reducing long-term unemployment in New Jersey and to inform public policy.

A $15,000 grant to advocate for state open space, farmland and historic preservation programs, as well as dedicated annual funding for capital improvements to state parks and other public lands.

A $57,500 operating grant for its collaboration with Salvation and Social Justice to organize grassroots support, advance a policy agenda, and launch a public campaign to remedy systemic racism in public education.

A $57,500 operating grant for its collaboration with Salvation and Social Justice to build a digital media youth organizing strategy to engage youth, educators, and advocates in a campaign for equitable school integration in New Jersey.

A $20,000 program grant to advance full participation among New Jersey residents in Census 2020, with a particular focus on Latinx engagement.

 

A $75,000 operating grant for its collaboration with Salvation and Social Justice to advance a policy agenda that promotes integrated, inclusive schools and works to remedy systemic racism in public education.

A $50,000 program grant for its collaboration with Salvation and Social Justice to engage communities and to foster support for diversifying New Jersey’s segregated schools.

A $70,000 operating grant to develop a Latinx policy agenda to advance reparative justice in New Jersey. This Reparative Justice Initiative was co-funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Lead Poisoning Prevention Project

A collaborative grant totaling $40,000 to Green & Healthy Homes Initiative ($24,000), Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey ($6,000), Isles Inc. ($5,000), and Advocates for Children of New Jersey ($5,000) to support research and policy analysis to prevent exposure to and reduce the impact of lead poisoning of children in New Jersey.

Lead-Free New Jersey Community Mobilization (East Trenton Collaborative, Homes for All Newark, Paterson Habitat for Humanity)

An $80,000 operating grant to support community mobilization and engagement funding to advance the Lead-Free New Jersey campaign.

Lead-Free New Jersey Community Mobilization (East Trenton Collaborative, Newark Water Coalition, Paterson Habitat for Humanity)

A $90,000 program grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey by providing leadership to the Lead-Free New Jersey campaign, supporting community mobilization and engagement, and centering the experience and perspective of those most impacted by lead.

A $75,000 grant to support the Community Leadership Initiative.

A $50,000 grant to support operations and a program evaluation.

A $75,000 operating grant to protect New Jersey's democracy and serve New Jersey voters during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, including specific focus on communities of color and voters whose first language is not English.

A $75,000 operating grant to protect New Jersey’s democracy, including specific focus on communities of color and voters whose first language is not English.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance voting rights and to protect democracy in New Jersey.

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

A $100,000 grant to support the Poverty Research Institute which informs the public and decision-makers about the scope, causes, and impacts of poverty in New Jersey.

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

A $75,000 grant (including a $15,000 challenge grantto support the Poverty Research Institute.

A $100,000 program grant to support the Poverty Research Institute to inform the public and decision-makers about the scope, causes, and impacts of poverty on New Jersey residents.

A $100,000 program grant to inform the public and decision-makers about the scope, causes, and impacts of poverty on New Jersey residents.  

A $100,000 program grant to increase awareness among the public and decision-makers about the extent of poverty and to advocate for a robust social safety net.

A $5,485 grant for general operations.

A $100,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to advance pro-immigrant policies, workers’ rights, and youth justice through grassroots organizing and policy innovation.

An $80,000 operating challenge grant for its collaboration with Wind of the Spirit to build immigrant power through grassroots organizing and policy innovation to create a more welcoming Garden State.

An $75,000 operating grant to advance pro-immigrant and pro-worker policies in New Jersey.

A $50,000 general operating grant to advance strong local and state policies and to empower immigrants to fully participate in policymaking to create a more welcoming Garden State.

A $50,000 general operating grant, in partnership with Wind of the Spirit to defend against federal policies that threaten immigrants and communities and to develop proactive state policies that protect New Jersey’s undocumented youth and their families.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance pro-immigrant and pro-worker policies in New Jersey, building upon the power of immigrant and working-class communities to achieve dignity and respect through community organizing and policy innovation.

A $40,000 grant to support a Rapid Rehousing demonstration project.

A $25,000 program grant to inform and engage New Jersey parents about the public health risks associated with air pollution in order to mobilize action to achieve policies to ensure cleaner air and a healthier environment in New Jersey.

A $48,000 program grant to advance its environmental and climate justice program.

A $100,000 general operating challenge grant to build a strong statewide coalition to advance immigrant-friendly state policies with an emphasis on advancing campaigns for Fair and Welcoming State and Driver’s License for All.

A $75,000 general operating challenge grant to build a strong statewide coalition to advance immigrant-friendly state and local policies in New Jersey.

A $125,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to support and grow a statewide coalition that advances campaigns to foster justice, inclusion, belonging, and the empowerment of immigrant communities. 

A $25,000 challenge grant to support strategic planning and diversify funding to ensure sustainability of the coalition.  

A $30,000 general operating challenge grant to advance policies that advance the rights and opportunities of immigrants in New Jersey.

A $100,000 operating grant to support a strong statewide coalition to advance immigrant-friendly state policies with an emphasis on advancing the campaign for a Fair and Welcoming State and implementing Driver’s License for All.

A $100,000 operating grant to support a strong statewide coalition that advances immigrant-friendly policies and empowers immigrant communities to become rooted economically, politically, and socially in New Jersey.

A $125,000 general operating grant to build a strong statewide coalition to advance immigrant-friendly state and local policies in New Jersey, with an emphasis on advancing its model Fair and Welcoming Policy and developing an effective communications strategy.

A $100,000 general operating grant, of which $25,000 is a challenge grant, to build a strong statewide coalition to advance immigrant-friendly state policies with an emphasis on advancing campaigns for Fair and Welcoming State and Driver’s License for All.

A $60,000 grant to build a strong and effective coalition to enact policies that advance the rights and opportunities of immigrants in New Jersey.

A $75,000 grant to launch a statewide organization dedicated to immigration policy reform.

A $25,000 challenge grant to build a network of New Jersey business leaders working to advance state policies that protect water quality, promote renewable energy, improve infrastructure, and foster sustainable economic development and economic justice.

A $25,000 operating grant to implement essential structural changes to strengthen the organization. 

A $100,000 operating grant to advance public policy solutions that foster health care access, affordable coverage, and increase housing and economic security for all New Jerseyans.

A $25,000 program grant to advance state policy issues by advocating against rollbacks of federal policies, which would have broad negative impacts on New Jersey residents and state policy, disproportionally affecting low-and moderate-income residents, with a focus on healthcare, tax reform, and worker’s rights.

A $95,000 operating grant to advance public policy solutions that promote economic and social justice, end predatory student loans, and foster health care access and affordable coverage in NJ.

An $85,000 grant to support advocacy and public education to promote social and economic justice for low-income families, seniors, minorities, immigrants, women, and workers.

A $60,000 grant to provide policy advocacy on the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion in New Jersey.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance public policy solutions that promote economic and social justice, improve health care access and affordable coverage, and ensure sufficient revenue to address New Jersey's state budget needs.

An $85,000 general operating grant to advance public policy solutions that promote economic and social justice for low- and moderate-income families in NJ, with a focus on advancing policies to help families achieve work/family balance, economic security, and access to affordable health care. 

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

A $100,000 operating grant to advance public policy solutions that foster health care access and affordable coverage, promote economic and social justice, and end poverty in New Jersey.

An $85,000 general operating grant to foster a fair economy and access to health care for low-income families, seniors, people of color, immigrants, women, and workers.

A $115,000 grant to promote social and economic justice for low-income families, seniors, minorities, immigrants, women, and workers.

An $85,000 operating grant to advance public policy solutions that promote economic and social justice for low- and moderate-income families in NJ, with a focus on advancing policies to help families achieve work/family balance, economic security, and access to affordable health care. 

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

An $85,000 general operating grant to advance long-term public policy solutions that promote economic and social justice for low- and moderate-income families in New Jersey, with a focus on advancing policies to help families achieve work/family balance and economic security and on expanding access to health care.

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

A $15,000 president's grant to illuminate the impact of climate change on vulnerable populations.

A $50,000 operating grant to develop and advocate for policies to prevent sexual assault and harassment and to better serve sexual assault survivors.

New Jersey Coalition for Diverse and Inclusive Schools

A $75,000 general operating grant to address segregation in New Jersey’s public schools through community organizing and engagement and to develop remedies that foster integration.

New Jersey Coalition for Diverse and Inclusive Schools, Inc.

A $65,000 general operating grant to address segregation in New Jersey’s public schools and to develop remedies that foster integration.

A $195,000 three-year program grant to halt the construction of pipelines proposed to cut through conserved lands while supporting the rapid transition to renewable energy in New Jersey.

A $45,000 grant to advance policies that preserve land and natural resources in New Jersey.

A $65,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year-three) to advance policies that protect the environment and support the rapid transition to renewable energy in New Jersey.

A $65,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year-two) to advance policies that support the rapid transition to renewable energy in New Jersey.

A $65,000 program grant to foster a rapid transition to renewable energy in New Jersey through its Rethink Energy NJ campaign, while advancing strategies to stop the construction of proposed natural gas infrastructure through conserved lands.

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

A $50,000 grant to advance policies that preserve land and natural resources in New Jersey.

A $65,000 program grant to advance forest stewardship and land conservation policy, while supporting the transition to renewable energy through its campaign to stop the construction of proposed natural gas infrastructure through conserved lands.

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

A $65,000 program grant to foster a rapid transition to renewable energy in New Jersey, while advancing policies to stop the construction of proposed natural gas infrastructure through conserved lands.

A $50,000 program grant to advance policies to stop proposed oil and gas pipelines from crossing preserved lands and to require new pipelines to undergo a comprehensive planning and needs assessment.  

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

A $50,000 program grant to advance policies that mitigate climate change through natural resource conservation principles.

A $30,000 grant (including a $10,000 challenge grantto support the establishment of Centers for Student Success in county colleges.

A $120,000 three-year operating grant (year-one) to Adhikaar, New Labor, Wind of the Spirit, Casa Freehold, Unidad Latina En Accion New Jersey, and the National Domestic Workers Alliance ($20,000 each) to advocate for and implement a New Jersey Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights. 

A $60,000 program grant to four partnered organizations - Wind of the Spirit, New Labor, Adhikaar, and Casa Freehold - to develop and implement a New Jersey-specific campaign to advocate for a statewide Domestic Worker Bill of Rights.

A $25,000 grant to promote policies to achieve clearer air and cleaner trucks for the benefit of the local communities and workers.

A $25,000 grant to achieve cleaner air, improved health, and better working conditions for the benefit of communities and workers in the vicinity of the Ports of Newark and Elizabeth.

A $15,000 president's grant to advocate for increased public investment in affordable, efficient, and high-quality mass transit in New Jersey.

A $15,000 president's grant to advocate for increased public investment in affordable, efficient, and high-quality mass transit in New Jersey and to contribute to the debate about replenishing New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund.

A $70,000 operating grant to reduce lead contamination of New Jersey drinking water by advancing the recommendations of the Jersey Water Works report, Lead in Drinking Water: A Permanent Solution for New Jersey, and providing leadership to the Lead-Free New Jersey Campaign, a multi-pronged campaign aimed to eliminate lead poisoning in all its forms.

A $75,000 operating grant to center racial equity and provide leadership to the Lead-Free New Jersey campaign including eliminating lead contamination of New Jersey drinking water and advancing grassroots support to advocate for policies, regulations, programs, and investments to end lead poisoning in NJ.

A $75,000 operating grant to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey by providing leadership to the Lead-Free New Jersey campaign; advocating for regulatory change, sustainable funding, and infrastructure updates while centering racial equity.

A $50,000 program grant to reduce lead contamination of New Jersey drinking water by creating a Jersey Water Works task force, developing policy recommendations, and securing public commitments from stakeholders and policymakers to act to address lead contamination in New Jersey's water supply.

A $60,000 program grant to reduce lead contamination of New Jersey drinking water by continuing the second year of the Jersey Water Works Lead in Drinking Water task force and implementing policy recommendations.

A $50,000 grant to support advocacy.

A $50,000 operating grant  to advance and enforce policies that protect the natural resources of the Highlands region.

A $10,000 grant to protect the natural resources of the New Jersey Highlands and advocate on issues related to the Highlands Regional Master Plan.

A $100,000 grant to protect the natural resources of the New Jersey Highlands and advocate on issues related to the Highlands Regional Master Plan.

A $55,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year-three) to protect and defend the Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan and to educate the public and decision-makers about the importance of protecting natural resources of the Highlands.

A $165,000 three-year operating grant to protect and defend the Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan (RMP) and to educate the public and decision-makers about the importance of protecting natural resources of the Highlands.

A $50,000 general operating grant to promote enhancement and enforcement of policies to protect water and other resources of the Highlands. 

A $63,750 grant (including a $20,000 challenge grant) to promote enhancement and enforcement of policies to protect water and other resources of the Highlands.

A $55,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year two) to protect and defend the Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan (RMP) and to educate the public and decision-makers about the importance of protecting natural resources of the Highlands.

A $55,000 general operating grant to protect and defend the NJ Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan and to educate the public and decision-makers about the importance of policies to protect water quality and other natural resources of the Highlands.

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 $55,000 operating grant to protect and defend the NJ Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan and to educate the public and decision-makers about the importance of policies to protect water quality and other natural resources of the Highlands.

A $75,000 grant to promote enhancement and enforcement of policies to protect water and other resources of the Highlands.

A $55,000 general operating grant to protect and defend the Highlands Act and the Regional Master Plan and to educate the public and decision-makers about the importance of policies to protect water quality and other natural resources of the Highlands.

A $100,000 grant to protect the natural resources of the New Jersey Highlands and advocate on issues related to the Highlands Regional Master Plan.

A $100,000 operating grant to support and advance racial and economic justice in NJ’s urban communities and to expand voting rights.

A $50,000 grant to support strengthening families and communities in New Jersey through policy reform, public education and programs..

A $75,000 operating grant to advance racial and economic justice in New Jersey’s urban communities, with particular focus on juvenile justice reform, voting rights, and police reform.

A $40,000 general operating grant to advance racial and economic equality in NJ’s urban communities, including focus on community-police relations

A $50,000 grant to reshape state criminal justice policies to ensure equal access to justice and advance policies that reintegrate formerly incarcerated people.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance racial and economic justice and to expand voting rights in New Jersey.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance racial and economic justice in New Jersey’s urban communities, with particular focus on the racial wealth gap, voting rights, and police reform.

A $36,000 program grant to advance full participation among New Jersey residents in Census 2020, with a particular focus on Hard-to-Count populations.

 

A $75,000 general operating grant to advance racial and economic justice in NJ’s urban communities through its Newark 2020 initiative to address unemployment locally and its Youth Justice New Jersey Decarceration campaign to transform the juvenile justice system.

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

A $75,000 operating grant to advance racial and economic justice in NJ’s urban communities with an emphasis on developing policies to increase economic mobility, restoring voting rights to New Jerseyans with criminal convictions, and transforming the juvenile justice system through its leadership in the Youth Justice New Jersey Decarceration campaign.

A $35,000 grant to reshape state criminal justice policies to ensure equal access to justice and advance policies that reintegrate formerly incarcerated people.

A $65,000 general operating grant to advance racial and economic justice in New Jersey’s urban communities, with a focus on policies to reform the criminal and juvenile justice systems and to increase economic mobility.

A $20,000 grant for public education related to state open space, farmland and historic preservation programs.

A $25,000 program grant for its Green in ’21 Initiative to inform candidates and the public about pressing environmental and environmental justice issues.

A $25,000 program grant to develop an inclusive environmental policy agenda and to educate the public about environmental issues.

A $25,000 grant to build a base of engaged citizens on climate issues with a focus on working class communities and communities of color that have not traditionally been active on these issues.

A $1,000 grant to support NJ PACE’s 2015 Summit for the purpose of educating New Jerseyans about the Property Assessed Clean Energy program.

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

A $125,000 operating grant to promote investment and opportunity in New Jersey through analysis and advocacy on significant public policy issues, including the state budget, tax policy, and economic security.

A $25,000 grant to support research and analysis of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion.

A $75,000 grant (including a $25,000 challenge grantto provide nonpartisan, fact-based analysis of public policy and the state budget.

A $125,000 general operating grant to promote investment and opportunity in New Jersey through analysis and advocacy on transportation funding, corporate tax subsidies, economic security, and immigration.

A $125,000 general operating grant to promote investment and opportunity in New Jersey through analysis and advocacy on the state budget, federal safety net programs, economic security, and immigration.

A $125,000 operating grant to NJ Policy Perspective to drive policy change to foster shared prosperity, racial equity, and a more just New Jersey economy through evidence-based independent research, analysis, and strategic communications.

A $100,000 grant to provide high-quality research, analysis, and advocacy on state policy and budget issues, including support for investments in public goods essential to restoring New Jersey’s prosperity and expanding opportunities for struggling families.

A $125,000 operating grant to develop innovative policy ideas through evidence-based independent research, advocacy, strategic communications, and collaboration with partners to achieve a shared vision of economic justice.

A $130,000 operating grant for communications to advance reparative justice in New Jersey. This Reparative Justice Initiative was co-funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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

A $125,000 general operating grant to promote investment and opportunity in New Jersey through analysis and advocacy on the state budget and tax code, economic security, immigration, affordable healthcare, and reproductive justice.

A $125,000 operating grant to advance public policies that center communities of color and to advocate for a more equitable New Jersey.

A $125,000 general operating grant to promote investment and opportunity in New Jersey through analysis and advocacy on the state budget, economic security, federal safety net programs, and immigration.

A $125,000 operating grant to foster shared prosperity, racial equity, and a more just economy in New Jersey through analysis and advocacy on the state budget and tax code, economic security, immigration reform, and affordable healthcare.

A $65,000 program grant to educate the public about public policy issues affecting New Jersey and to foster a robust democracy by engaging audiences as active citizens.

A $50,000 operating grant  to improve public education about critical public policy issues affecting New Jersey and to empower audiences to engage as active public citizens.

A $65,000 program grant to educate the public about critical public policy issues and empower audiences to engage as active public citizens.

A $50,000 program grant to support high-quality journalism focusing on critical policy, civic, and social justice issues facing New Jersey. 

A $65,000 program grant to educate the public about public policy issues affecting New Jersey and to foster a robust democracy by engaging audiences as active citizens.

A $50,000 program grant to provide high-quality public affairs reporting and fill the local news void in New Jersey through collaborations with media partners, community organizations, and local communities.

A $50,000 program grant to support high-quality journalism focusing on critical policy, civic, and social justice issues facing New Jersey.

A $50,000 grant to support news coverage of critical public policy issues related to New Jersey.

A $50,000 grant to protect New Jersey’s environmental and workplace safety and health safeguards.

A $50,000 general operating grant to protect NJ’s environmental and workplace safeguards and to increase transparency of chemical storage and crude oil movement. 

A $30,000 grant to support advocacy for environmental protections and workplace safety.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance policies on climate change and clean energy, Right to Know, and COVID-19 worker protections, and to provide leadership on the Jersey Renews coalition.

A $15,000 president's grant to research Bakken crude oil trains in New Jersey, identify alternative policy solutions, conduct outreach and build partnerships, and develop a strategy and action plan to address the issue.

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

A $75,000 operating grant to further climate and clean energy policy and its Right to Know campaigns.

A $37,500 grant to protect New Jersey’s environmental and workplace safety and health safegu.

A $75,000 operating grant to advance policies for climate and clean energy, Right to Know, and COVID-19 worker protections, and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews.

A $75,000 general operating grant to advance policies to protect New Jersey’s environmental and workplace safeguards, increase the transparency of chemical storage and crude oil movement, and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews, a statewide coalition working to advance climate justice, clean energy, and good jobs in collaboration with Environment NJ Research and Policy Center and GreenFaith.   

A $75,000 operating grant to advance policies on climate change and clean energy while advocating for labor provisions that include “green jobs” for marginalized and displaced workers, through leadership of the Jersey Renews Coalition.

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

A $50,000 general operating grant to advance policies to protect New Jersey’s environmental and workplace safeguards, increase the transparency of chemical storage and crude oil movement, and to develop a state clean energy policy coalition.

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

A $75,000 operating grant to advance policies to protect New Jersey’s environmental and workplace safeguards, increase the transparency of chemical storage and crude oil movement, and to provide leadership to Jersey Renews, a statewide coalition working to advance climate justice, clean energy, and good jobs in collaboration with Environment NJ Research and Policy Center and GreenFaith.

A $30,000 grant to support advocacy to prevent the reinstatement of the death penalty.

A $2,500 president's grant to co-sponsor the March 28, 2014 Economic Leverage Convening: Exploring Opportunities for Economic Leverage Against Gun Violence, which brought together national experts to explore state strategies to reduce and prevent gun violence.

A $50,000 general operating grant to protect, preserve, and restore the water quality of the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary, with a focus on policies to improve stormwater management and combined sewer outflows and reduce plastics pollution.

A $50,000 grant to improve water quality in the densely populated New York/New Jersey Harbor Estuary.

A $50,000 operating grant to protect and restore the water quality of the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary and to advance public access to New Jersey’s waterfronts.

A $45,000 grant to advocate for stewardship of the New York/New Jersey Harbor.

A $45,000 grant to address the challenge of Combined Sewer Outfalls through public education, advocacy, and litigation.

A $40,000 operating grant to advance its Clean Water Campaign to protect, preserve, and restore the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary.

A $25,000 grant to improve water quality in the densely populated New York/New Jersey Harbor Estuary by addressing the problem of Combined Sewer Outfalls through public education, advocacy, and litigation.

A $40,000 operating grant to advance its Clean Water Campaign to protect, preserve, and restore the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary.

A $50,000 general operating grant to protect, preserve, and restore the water quality of the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary, with a focus on policies to improve stormwater management, address combined sewer outflows and reduce plastics pollution. 

A $25,000 grant to support post-Superstorm Sandy policy work that focuses on urban coastal residents and infrastructure.

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

A $50,000 operating grant to protect, preserve, and restore the water quality of the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary, with a focus on policies to improve stormwater management, address combined sewer outflows, ensure public access to the state’s waterways, and reduce plastics pollution. 

A $50,000 operating grant to protect, preserve, and restore the water quality of the Hudson-Raritan Harbor Estuary.

A $50,000 multi-year operating grant (year three of three) to advance environmental justice policy work at the state, regional, and local levels while working to build its own organizational capacity.

A $50,000 multi-year operating grant (year two of three) to advance environmental justice policy work at the state, regional, and local levels while working to build its own organizational capacity. 

A $50,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to NJ Environmental Justice Alliance (NJEJA) to advance environmental justice policy work at the state, regional, and local levels while working to build its own organizational capacity. 

A $100,000 general operating grant to inform and engage New Jersey residents through in-depth and high quality public policy and news analysis.

A $75,000 grant to inform and engage New Jersey residents through publication of policy news and analysis.

A $125,000 general operating challenge grant to inform and engage New Jersey residents through in-depth and high quality public policy and news analysis.

A $100,000 operating grant to support in-depth public policy news and analysis in New Jersey.

A $100,000 operating grant to NJ Spotlight News to provide high-quality public affairs coverage and analysis of current issues in New Jersey.

A $25,000 grant to support the creation of a Voter's Guide for the 2011 statewide election..

A $100,000 general operating grant to inform and engage New Jersey residents through in-depth and high-quality public policy and news analysis.

A $100,000 program grant to provide high-quality public affairs coverage of important issues facing New Jersey through in-depth public policy and news analysis.

A $25,000 general operating challenge grant to support NJ Spotlight’s commitment to on-going coverage and analysis of policy issues related to public finance and politics.

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

A $100,000 operating grant to produce in-depth public policy and news analyses of critical issues affecting the state of New Jersey.

A $100,000 operating grant to support high-quality journalism that focuses on critical policy, civic, and social justice issues affecting New Jersey and local communities.

NJAC New Jersey Alliance for Community Restoration and Justice

A $10,000 grant for strategic planning.

A $50,000 general operating grant to improve the water quality of the Hudson-Raritan Estuary. 

A $3,000 president's grant to support Faith in New Jersey's website, communications, and rebranding, establishing a stand-alone organization affiliated with, but not subsumed by the national organization, People Improving Communities Through Organizing.

A $25,000 grant to develop a strong grassroots base of engaged NJ residents and to advocate for comprehensive immigration reform and for state immigration policies that will advance opportunities and integration of New Jersey's immigrant community members.

A $50,000 grant to build a grassroots network in support of comprehensive immigration reform. Work in partnership with Wind of the Spirit.

A $50,000 operating grant to advance and enforce policies to protect and preserve the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

A $50,000 general operating grant to advance and enforce policies to protect and preserve the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

A $50,000 grant to promote enhancement and enforcement of policies to protect water and other natural resources of the Pinelands.

A $50,000 operating grant to advance and enforce policies that protect the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

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

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

A $150,000 three-year operating grant to advance and enforce policies to protect the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

A $25,000 grant to promote enhancement and enforcement of policies to protect water and other natural resources of the Pinelands.

A $50,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year two) to advance and enforce policies to protect the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

A $50,000 general operating grant to advance and enforce policies to protect and preserve the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

A $50,000 operating grant as part of a three-year grant (year-three) to advance and enforce policies to protect the natural resources of the Pinelands region.

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

A $50,000 general operating grant to advance and enforce policies to protect water and other natural resources of the Pinelands. 

A $25,000 program grant to build and mobilize public support for preschool expansion in New Jersey.

A $25,000 program grant to build and mobilize public support for preschool expansion in New Jersey.

A $50,000 grant to support the Rutgers Immigrant Infrastructure Map Project.

A $50,000 grant to support the Rutgers Immigrant Infrastructure Map Project.

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.

A $8,000 grant to support the merger of the South Branch Watershed Association and the Upper Raritan Watershed Association into the Raritan Headwaters Association.

A $25,000 program grant to advance implementation of the Gateway transit rail program by building and strengthening support for the project in New Jersey, while elevating the importance of the project nationally.

A $40,00 program grant to support a comprehensive evaluation of Trans-Hudson mobility issues and to develop a series of policy recommendations to accommodate the anticipated growth in travel demand between New Jersey and New York, with a focus on the impacts on New Jersey commuters.

A $25,000 program grant to advocate for policies in New Jersey and nationally to implement the two-phase Gateway transit rail program.

A $50,000 program grant to develop climate adaptation and mitigation strategies for NJ’s urban communities.

A $25,000 operating grant to advocate for policies in New Jersey and nationally to implement the two-phase Gateway transit rail program.

A $25,000 program grant to support its Move NJ campaign that focuses on research, outreach, communications, and coalition-building to support full, dedicated NJ Transit funding through 2022.

A $15,000 president's grant to support the expansion and roll out of the online New Jersey Data Book for the purpose of increasing government transparency by making public information more easily accessible to the public, the media, elected officials, and policymakers.

A $15,000 president's grant to rebuild The Rutgers Eagleton Poll Archive and make it accessible for students and academics in the Rutgers community as well as reporters, politicians, and the public.

A $12,800 program grant to report on New Jersey domestic worker conditions and to develop policy recommendations in cooperation with National Domestic Workers Alliance and New Jersey partners.

A $10,000 president's grant to support research on the impact of the earned sick days ordinance on employers and employees in Jersey City and to analyze the impact that an earned sick day ordinance could have in other municipalities or at the state level.

A $25,000 program grant to research how the transition period between the election of a New Jersey governor and his or her inauguration can be used most effectively to lay the groundwork for a productive administration.

A $15,000 president's grant to form a focused database on the roles of Governors Byrne, Kean, Florio, and Whitman and their administrations in setting policy for state finances, spending, and taxation from 1974 to 2000.

A $50,000 program grant to advance reforms of New Jersey’s juvenile justice system to better serve vulnerable youth through legal advocacy and leadership in the Youth Justice New Jersey Decarceration campaign.

A $40,000 program grant to advance significant reforms of New Jersey’s juvenile justice system to better serve vulnerable youth.

A $40,000 program grant to advance parole and sentencing reforms and improved conditions of confinement for New Jersey’s incarcerated youth in coordination with the Youth Justice New Jersey Decarceration campaign.

A $50,000 operating grant to achieve meaningful institutional reform of the state juvenile justice system via the Juvenile Justice Reform Project.

A $50,000 program grant to create a policy roadmap for achieving New Jersey’s greenhouse gas emissions targets.

A $50,000 grant to advance understanding of how to improve college access and support for low-income, first-generation students.

A $2,000 president grant to conduct an economic security measures project that will gauge where and how economic security and poverty measures are used and the ways in which they can be improved upon to be more useful to service providers and administrators.

A $20,000 grant to support the Gustav Heningburg Civic Fellows Program.

A $19,652 program grant to research unpredictable scheduling practices and to inform public policies to improve working conditions for low-wage workers.

A $57,500 operating grant for its collaboration with Latino Action Network Foundation to build a digital media youth organizing strategy to engage youth, educators, and advocates in a campaign for equitable school integration in New Jersey

A $57,500 operating grant for its collaboration with Latino Action Network Foundation to organize grassroots support, advance a policy agenda, and launch a public campaign to remedy systemic racism in public education.

A $75,000 operating grant for its collaboration with Latino Action Network Foundation to advance a policy agenda that promotes integrated, inclusive schools and works to remedy systemic racism in public education.

A $100,000 operating grant to advance racial justice in New Jersey. This Reparative Justice Initiative was co-funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

A $50,000 program grant for its collaboration with Latino Action Network Foundation to engage communities and to foster support for diversifying New Jersey’s segregated schools.

Salvation and Social Justice & Latino Action Network Foundation

A $110,000 program/challenge grant to continue to advance school integration and racial justice in education by raising public awareness.

A $25,000 general operating grant to protect and improve New Jersey's public schools for the benefit of all children and to empower parents to fully participate in education policymaking. A $25,000 program grant to advance SOSnjCO’s Community Schools Initiative, a statewide coalition to promote expansion of community schools across the state. [Total grant award: $50,000]

A $37,500 general operating grant to protect and improve New Jersey's public schools by advocating for fair school funding, charter school accountability, improved use of standardized testing, and community schools.

A $50,000 operating grant to protect and improve New Jersey's public schools by advocating for charter school accountability, improved use of standardized testing, and community schools.

A $25,000 operating grant to increase equitable access to high-quality public education for New Jersey's children.

A $50,000 operating grant to improve New Jersey's public education systems by advocating for charter school accountability and transparency, improved use of standardized testing, and community schools.

A $50,000 operating grant to support engaged parents and community members advocating for high-quality public education for all children in New Jersey.

A $50,000 grant to increase equitable access to high-quality public education for New Jersey's children.

South Asian Americans Leading Together

A $40,000 grant to increase the civic engagement of the South Asian Community in New Jersey.

A $100,000 grant to produce an analysis of New Jersey's fiscal challenges.

A $25,000 grant to increase the availability of supportive housing units to serve people with special needs, including those who are chronically homeless.

A $30,000 grant to support statewide advocacy for the construction and programming of supportive housing.

A $10,000 president's grant to advance policies that expand access to affordable housing, with a focus on community housing with supportive services for people with disabilities and the homeless.

A $20,000 general operating grant to increase the availability of supportive housing for people with special needs and to support the expansion of affordable housing in the state.

A $40,000 grant to reduce youth violence and crime in Trenton through collective community action.

A $25,000 operating grant to organize and advocate for a strong and equitable public transit system and to advance climate resilient transportation policies with a focus on environmental justice communities.

A $50,000 operating grant to organize and advocate for a strong and equitable public transit system and advance climate-resilient transportation policies focusing on environmental justice communities.

A $4,000 president’s grant to support a report on the impact of Superstorm Sandy on New Jersey towns and households.

A $50,000 program grant to University of Chicago | Crime Lab New York for research to measure racial disparities in New Jersey’s criminal justice system and to develop strategies to redress structural racism within the system.

A $60,000 grant to evaluate reentry legal services.

Waypoints

A $50,000 grant to support its leadership of the Integrated Justice Alliance.

A $50,000 program grant to provide high-quality public affairs reporting and fill the local news void in New Jersey through collaborations with media partners, community organizations, and local communities.

A $50,000 program grant to support high-quality journalism focusing on critical policy, civic, and social justice issues facing New Jersey. 

A $50,000 program grant to support high-quality journalism focusing on critical policy, civic, and social justice issues facing New Jersey. 

A $1,650 president's grant to support a workshop for and by young immigrant women organizers to cultivate and facilitate these young leaders’ organizing and advocacy initiatives.

A $25,000 grant to develop a strong grassroots base of engaged NJ residents and to advocate for comprehensive immigration reform and for state immigration policies that will advance opportunities and integration of New Jersey's immigrant community members.

A $50,000 operating grant for its collaboration with Make the Road New Jersey to build immigrant power through grassroots organizing and policy innovation to create a more welcoming Garden State.

A $65,000 multi-year operating grant (year one of three) to educate, organize, and mobilize immigrant communities to advance fair and humane immigrant policies.  

A $5,000 program grant to advance full participation among New Jersey residents in Census 2020, with a particular focus on immigrant communities.

 

A $50,000 operating grant to build immigrant power through grassroots organizing and policy innovation to create a more welcoming Garden State.

A $37,500 general operating grant to advance comprehensive immigration reform including strong state and municipal policies that will improve opportunities for and integration of New Jersey’s immigrant residents in their diverse communities.

A $1,000 grant to support a convening for the purpose of educating New Jerseyans about immigrant rights issues.

A $50,000 operating grant to continue building immigrant and working-class power through grassroots organizing to create a more welcoming Garden State.

A $160,000 operating grant for collaborative community organizing and base-building work in New Jersey. This Reparative Justice Initiative was co-funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

A $50,000 general operating grant, in partnership with Faith in New Jersey, to advance strong state and municipal policies that will improve opportunities for New Jersey’s immigrant residents.

A $50,000 general operating grant, in partnership with Make the Road New Jersey to defend against federal policies that threaten immigrants and communities and to develop proactive state policies that protect New Jersey’s undocumented youth and their families.

A $37,500 general operating grant, in partnership with Faith in New Jersey, to advance strong state and municipal policies that will improve opportunities for New Jersey’s immigrant residents, with a focus on expanding access to drivers’ licenses.

A $100,000 program grant to support high-quality public affairs coverage and analysis of current issues in New Jersey in partnership with NJTV News under the auspices of WNET.