25 Mar Support New Jersey Charity Organizations
We are very thrilled to be moving to our new office in downtown New Jersey. It will be closer to most of the charities we are supporting, and space is much bigger. The new place is donated by one of our benefactors because they are going to move to a larger office in another state. The place is not exactly ours, but we are allowed to use it for an indefinite time.
We needed to do a bit of renovation on the office space to fit our requirements. Most of our contractors are donating their time and resources to fast-track the construction of the room. We are also fortunate that this waste removal and recycling company is supporting us by providing us a container that we can use as we clear up the construction debris. We also received a lot of volunteer help to staff our office and our various activities and programs to assist as many people as we can.
We have received so much help from the start, and we want to give back by sharing to you the different charitable institutions that you can support in New Jersey.
Theater and Arts
All Children’s Theatre, Inc. – It is a non-profit organization in Parsippany that provides creative acting and musical activities for children.
New Jersey Repertory Company – It is a non-profit professional theater performing classical and contemporary plays made by minority playwrights.
New Jersey Center for Visual Arts – It is an organization committed to enrich and propagate the appreciation of modern art and culture. This non-profit organization is located in Summit, New Jersey.
Central NJ Maternal and Child Health Consortium – The Consortium aims to improve mother and child health by utilizing resources from private and public organizations.
Hyacinth Foundation – It is the first and largest AIDS non-profit organization in New Jersey. The organization aims to aid people with HIV and to spread AIDS awareness in New Jersey.
National Pediatric & Family HIV Resource Center – It is a non-profit organization that helps medical professionals who help kids and families who have HIV.
Interfaith Council for the Homeless of Union County – It is a non-profit organization advocating the improvement of the lives of homeless people. They help homeless people to have proper housing for personal development and self-sufficiency. They also promote the creation of safe neighborhoods in New Jersey.
HABCore, Inc. – It is a non-profit corporation that provides permanent and transit homes for low-income families who are homeless or differently abled person.
There are other charities in New Jersey that we are unable to fit in our list that need our help. We hope that you support one so that we can make the life of people in need bearable while teaching them to stand on their two feet. You can contact the charities mentioned directly or visit their website for more information. A lot of people will benefit from your continued support.