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Check out the graphic below if Emerson Group can be of assistance as your staffing needs get cooking again, they would love to help!

Check out the graphic below if Emerson Group can be of assistance as your staffing needs get cooking again, they would love to help!

Emerson Group

The City of Woodbury will receive a $100,000 grant to help build a stronger, more cohesive community.

Community Foundation of South Jersey

TD Bank Market President Rob Curley explains what small businesses should know about PPP loan forgiveness.

SJ Magazine

Rowan University is cutting tuition 10 percent in response to the financial difficulties its students face amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Rowan University is cutting undergraduate tuition fees for the 2020-21 academic year in response to the impact the coronavirus is having on students' finances, the university announced.

Rowan University

Jefferson Health New Jersey is ranked as the 9th-best hospital in New Jersey and the 11th-best in the Philadelphia metropolitan area in the just-released “Best Hospitals” ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

Jefferson Health

Conner Strong & Buckelew, American Water, The Michaels Organization, NFI, and The Cooper Foundation Sponsor Community Building Grants to Camden City Based Non-Profit Organizations

George E. Norcross, III, Chairman of Cooper University Health Care, announced that four Camden City based non-profit community organizations will receive grant awards from the supplemental round of the Camden City Community Grant Program.

Cooper University Health Care

During this unprecedented time, we are keenly focused on your safety while helping you heal from an injury or a chronic condition.

NovaCare Outpatient Rehabilitation

Twenty-six nonprofits in South Jersey receive more than $161,000 in grants

The Community Foundation of South Jersey (CFSJ) announces grants to twenty-six (26) nonprofit organizations from the COVID-19 Response Fund.

Community Foundation of South Jersey

Lisa Mongulla Photography Has Joined the Front Porch Project to Highlight Family Fun While Helping the Food Bank of South Jersey

Photography is not an essential business in the eyes of quarantine law. However, capturing memories to help you remember the best of times during the worst of times is critical for mental health.

Lisa Mongulla Photography

“I don’t know any dean who’s started their role under the circumstances you’ve started in,” a colleague reminded me shortly after I began serving as dean of Rutgers School of Business–Camden this spring.

Rutgers University - Camden

Atlantic City businesses and residents have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping our country and world, but that has not stopped the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City (BGAC) from continuing their mission. With the help of a $20,000 grant from

Community Foundation of South Jersey

The company donates all processing fees from Paycheck Protection Program to nonprofits helping entrepreneurs, minority-owned businesses

Following an April 2020 industry-leading commitment to donate all gross processing fees from the Paycheck Protection Program, Wells Fargo unveiled today the details of an approximately $400 million effort to help small businesses impacted by the ongoing C

Wells Fargo

Five thousand businesses received approval for nearly $1 billion in funding through the Paycheck Protection Program through WSFS; businesses employ about 100,000 people.

June 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, WSFS Bank announced a $200,000 donation to four organizations, providing relief grants to help local small businesses within the Bank’s footprint impacted by the pandemic.

WSFS Bank

Walk-In Antibody Testing Available at all Centers

Patient First now offers COVID-19 antibody testing at all of its Medical Centers on a walk-in basis, from 8 am to 10 pm, every day of the week. Appointments are not needed for antibody testing.

Patient First

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the student interns of Project SEARCH at Jefferson Health (a nationally acclaimed employment program for students with autism and related disabilities) could not be together for their graduation ceremony. But that didn’t stop

Yale School, Inc

Available by appointment, 7 days a week.

Patient First now provides simple, streamlined employee Return-To-Work COVID-19 testing at designated medical centers. Employees can be tested as required by their employer with the visit charged directly to the employer’s account.

Patient First

Valley supports program helping New Jersey small businesses and nonprofit organizations economically impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) is pleased to announce a $2 million investment from Valley Bank in support of the Garden State Relief Fund, a program providing working capital loans to small businesses and nonprofits negatively impacted by the COVID-1

New Jersey Community Capital

Here is a list of stores and restaurants to support now and in the future.

Courier Post

Twenty-Five nonprofits located throughout Southern New Jersey have been awarded $222,000 in funding as part of the Community Foundation of South Jersey (CFSJ)’s COVID-19 Response Fund. To date, $322,000 has been awarded from the Fund for organizations ser

Community Foundation of South Jersey

Operating an outpatient specialty-care medical and behavioral health practice inherentl has challenges, especially when serving a neurodiverse population. Assuring quality services provided in a comforting environment that is patient centered, compliant,

NeurAbilities Healthcare

NJM has been protecting our customers for more than 100 years, and we’re committed to being there for them during the COVID-19 outbreak so they can focus on what matters most: the health and safety of themselves and their loved ones.

NJM Insurance Group

Joe Jingoli said he was tired of seeing of how COVID-19 was punishing the residents of Atlantic City, an area he has spent a lifetime trying to build up.

ROI-NJ

Beginning Thursday May 21st, Patient First will begin drive-up COVID-19 testing by appointment at its location on Haddonfield-Berlin Road in Voorhees, New Jersey. This will be the third Patient First center offering testing in the South Jersey area.

Patient First-Voorhees

Available Soon by Appointment in Hamilton

Beginning Thursday, May 14th, Patient First will begin drive-up COVID-19 testing by appointment at its location on US Highway 130 in Hamilton.

Patient First

The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey is pleased to announce $619,500 in the first round grant awards in 2020 for 12 non-profit organizations focusing on health and cultural programs throughout New Jersey.

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey

Investors Bank, through its charitable foundation, is releasing more than $1.13 million in financial grants to not-for-profit organizations in New Jersey and New York.

Investors Bank

The mental health impact of COVID-19 has become evident. Among the short- and long-term impacts is a widespread, pervasive mental health crisis due to social isolation, job loss, income insecurity, burnout of healthcare workers, and worry of illness due

Victory Bay Recovery

Available by Appointment in Cherry Hill

Patient First now provides drive-up COVID-19 testing by appointment at its location along West Route 70 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Patient First-Cherry Hill

South Jersey’s largest school districts are facing unprecedented financial distress due to shortfalls in federal and state funding caused by reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rutgers University - Camden

Clayton resident JoAnn Kates decided to use $1,200 government stimulus check to purchase lunch from Scapinatos Cucina in Blackwood for staff at Jefferson Washington Township Hospital in late April.

Jefferson Health

Support Founded on Legacy of Supporting Communities

NJM Insurance Group, a leading property and casualty insurer in the Mid-Atlantic region, has committed $400,000 to COVID-19 relief efforts to assist families, businesses, and communities impacted by the pandemic.

NJM Insurance Group

More than 20 nonprofits serving South Jersey are receiving grants aimed at helping these critical organizations weather the devastation caused by COVID-19 and serve families across the region.

Andy Fraizer

Century Savings Bank has provided much-needed relief to many local small businesses and non-profits that are struggling to keep their workers employed amid the COVID-19 crisis and economic downturn.

Century Savings Bank

While there are no in-person activities happening on any Rutgers campus, Rutgers University–Camden continues to move forward with remote learning and other forms of engagement.

Rutgers University - Camden

The Pascale Sykes Foundation and New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) announced the expansion of the THRIVE South Jersey Initiative (THRIVE) to meet the immediate needs of small businesses and nonprofits critically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pascale Sykes Foundation

Staff at the school, which specializes in helping students with learning disabilities and autism, said they’re making the best of being quarantined.

With school going remote for a while due to COVID-19, educators who work with students with disabilities have been trying to address challenges in reaching them.

Yale School, Inc

As a way to thank healthcare workers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic, Uber is donating 3,500 free meals to employees at Cooper University Health Care.

Cooper University Health Care

Harmony Bay Wellness, a licensed mental healthcare provider located at 1387 Chews Landing Road in Laurel Springs, New Jersey, is now opening their doors 'virtually' to help New Jersey residents.

Victory Bay Recovery

The Community Foundation of South Jersey (CFSJ) announced today the receipt of a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) as part of its $50 million effort to provide humanitarian aid.

Andy Fraizer

PSEG announced that it has donated 4,000 boxes or 200,000 pairs of gloves to the State of New Jersey in an effort to help the medical community meet its increased need for protective equipment amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

PSE&G

MileagePlus members will retain their current status at a minimum through 2022, with the opportunity to earn higher status at lower thresholds for 2021 Airline extends all annual membership and subscription benefits by six months

United Airlines is announcing a series of key changes to assist customers and MileagePlus members, including extending members’ current MileagePlus Premier status through January 2022.

United Airlines

The Community Foundation of South Jersey (CFSJ) recently launched a South Jersey COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund that allows individuals and organizations to pool resources that address both short-term and long-term effects of COVID-19.

Andy Fraizer
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