Citywide program to strengthen human services and resources in New Brunswick: 1991-92
Although the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation became a national philanthropy in 1972 and has operated on a national scale since then, it also has continued funding a limited number of local institutions and projects in the New Brunswick area and throughout New Jersey. It does so in part to honor the legacy of its founder, and in part to recognize the special responsibilities to the communities and the state in which it is located.This grant renews RWJF's support for New Brunswick Tomorrow's (NBT) role in addressing the City's human service needs. NBT is currently active in seven areas (infancy and childhood, youth and teen, adult and family, elderly, education, health, and special projects). The funds will be allocated to salary and benefits of the NBT youth services coordinator as well as partial funding for six of the seven activities within the NBT project support program.
Amount Awarded $200,000.00
Awarded on: 1/24/1991
Time frame: 3/1/1991 - 2/29/1992
Grant Number: 17845