NhN Cares - Member Social Needs Emergency Referral
As I know there are times when things get so bad you don't know where to turn, as I was in pretty difficult financial shape and know what it is like not to know how you will feed your family. I have set up this link for any member to be able to reach me on a confidential basis, we know long term unemployment state can do major damage to a family's finances, mental health and create other family situations, also many are without health insurance, auto insurance, gas and electric and some may need food. My promise to you is i will connect you with the best of my ability to the proper agencies or people who can help.I am also open for suggestions of the agencies and private persons who may want to help NhN members who are truly at an emergency state.
Contact me confidentially at my email John R. Fugazzie
Contact me confidentially at my email John R. Fugazzie
We have a list of organizations offering volunteerism opportunities. These organizations perform service in a range of different fields, from youth mentoring, homeless shelters, and food banks, to disaster relief. You are sure to find the organization or opportunity that matches your passion, skills, and interests.
United Way of Bergen County Forest Ave | Paramus, NJ 07652 P. 201-291-4050 | F. 201.291.0681 firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Promise www.familypromise.org
Head Office (administration) 71 Summit Avenue Summit, NJ 07901 Tel: (908) 273-1100 Fax: (908) 273-0030 History
Karen Olson, Founder & President, Family Promise In 1982, Karen Olson was a marketing executive who developed promotional campaigns for consumer products. One morning, on her way to a meeting, she saw a homeless woman, someone she'd seen over and over again on her way to work. She decided to buy a sandwich for the woman. The stranger accepted the sandwich but asked for something else - a moment to be heard, to be comforted, and to be considered as more than a mere statistic on a cold street corner.
BERGEN VOLUNTEER MEDICAL INITIATIVE
241 Moore Street #1 HACKENSACK, NJ 07601
Volunteer organization that provides primary and preventive medical care to qualifying low income families and individuals.
Link for more info: http://www.bvmi.org/contact.html
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey fights hunger and poverty by distributing food and groceries, providing education and training, and developing new programs to help people with low incomes meet their basic needs.
As a non-profit organization, we act as the central food distribution center for other non-profits in NJ that serve individuals, soup kitchens, food pantries and shelters.
In addition to Food Distribution, The Community FoodBank operate additional programs such as The Community Kitchen, the Kids Division, an on-site Thrift Shop, and much more.
Please Note: The NJAHC updates the emergency food provider list on a periodic basis. Contact and other information for emergency food sites can change frequently.
Food Pantriesn- NJ
Please choose a county from the list below. Emergency food providers include food banks, food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters that serve meals. There are hundreds of emergency food providers throughout the state that provide food assistance to community members in need. To locate a food pantry, soup kitchen or other emergency food provider in your area:
If you need further information, or if you operate an emergency food site and want to be added to our list, please contact the NJAHC at email@example.com.
Cape May Cumberland
A non profit organization at the service of our community
We are an nonprofit organization that
helps families and/or individuals through various social programs.
Our mission is to help out the community overcome issues such as: poverty, unemployment, hunger, sexual abuse, domestic violence, and other social maladies by empowering them through various social programs. We aim to reduce isolation, build connections within & between families, and in the community.
Free Services We Offer
Certified Social Worker & Anger Management
Social Need Organizations
Bergen County United Way of Bergen County
Bloomfield United Way of Bloomfield
Burlington County United Way of Burlington Co
Camden United Way of Camden County
Farmingdale United Way of Monmouth County
Flemington United Way of Hunterdon County
Galloway United Way of Atlantic County
Jersey City United Way of Hudson County
Lawrenceville United Way of Greater Mercer Co
Millburn United Way of Millburn-Short Hills
Milltown United Way of Central Jersey
Morristown United Way of Northern New Jersey
Newark United Way of Essex and West Hudson
Ocean County United Way of Ocean County
Paterson United Way of Passaic County
Salem United Way of Salem County, Inc.
Thorofare United Way of Gloucester County
Union County United Way of Greater Union Co.
Vineland United Way of Greater Cumberland
Wildwood United Way of Cape May County
State Organization United Ways of New Jersey
State Organization United Way of Connecticut
State Organization United Way of Penn.
State Organization United Way of NY State
Kingston United Way of Ulster County, Inc.
Long Island United Way of Long Island
Monticello United Way of Sullivan County, Inc.
New York United Way of New York City
Nyack United Way of Rockland County, Inc.
Poughkeepsie United Way Dutchess - Orange
White Plains United Way Westchester Putnam
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York
Boys and Girls Club of America
Boys Hope Girls Hope
Boys Hope Girls Hope New York
Center for Social Concern
Clubhouse of Suffolk
Society of NY
Concern Worldwide US
Connecticut Public Broadcasting
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
DeGroote School of Business
Department of Veteran Affairs
Dress for Success Manhattan
Federal Communications Commission
GE Volunteers Foundation
Girl Scouts of USA
Girl Scout Council of Greater New York
The Family Center
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army - New York
The Salvation Army - Chicago
The Salvation Army - Southern California
Operation Blessing International.
Points of Light Foundation
Royal Neighbors of America
Intellectual Disabilities Education Association
Jamaica Services for
Knights of Peter Claver Life Project Africa
Lions Clubs Internationational
Little Star Foundation
Long Island Volunteer Enterprise
LPL Financial Make a Wish Foundation of Metro New York
National Association of Community Health Centers
National Fraternal Congress of America New York State
Commission on National and Community Service
New York City Department of Homeless Services
Schenectady Inner City Ministry
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Special Olympics International
Special Olympics Illinois
St. Raphael Health Care System
The Arc of the United States
Religion Based Help
Knights of Columbus
Knights of Columbus, Columbia Magazine
Catholic Aid Association Catholic Campus Ministry Association
Catholic Charities USA
Catholic Charities of Bridgeport
Catholic Charities of Buffalo
Catholic Charities of Chicago
Catholic Charities of Rockville Center
Catholic Charities of East Bay
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Hartford
Catholic Charities Newark
Catholic Charities of Norwich
Catholic Network of Volunteer Service
Catholic New York
Catholic Order of Foresters
Catholic Relief Services
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Church of the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen
Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut
Fairfield Jesuit Community
Jesuit Volunteer Corps
Jesuit Volunteer Corps East
Jewish Association for Services to the Aged
Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
Thrivent Financial For Lutherans
United Jewish Appeal Federation of New York
American Bible Society