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Outreach Grants

The Outreach Grants Committee seeks grant applications from local and national organizations. The Outreach Grant Committee meets to review grant applications, research funding needs, and determine how to allocate annual funding to worthy recipients.

Applications are accepted year round.


Please complete the Grant Application form and return to the church office. 

Donations support local non-profit agencies 

The Apostles’ House (TAH) is a non-profit, non sectarian organization devoted to providing comprehensive social services to homeless women and children and individuals or families at risk of homelessness in Newark and Essex County, New Jersey. TAH seeks to help homeless and at-risk families transition to more stable housing environments and become self-sufficient through an empowering environment.
We visit Christ when we help the incarcerated, the children of the incarcerated, their families, and our communities. The Ministry advocates for restorative justice, interfaith programs, and personal healing for prisoners, their families, and communities. You can help make a difference in the life of a child of God. 
The mission of the Episcopal Preaching Foundation is to inspire, form, and equip preachers to propel people on journeys of faith through dynamic preaching in the Episcopal Church.
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In the spirit of caring and sharing, the Faith Kitchen’s mission is to provide nutritious meals for the hungry in our community. We serve men, women, children, the elderly, the working poor, the unemployed, veterans, immigrants, the homeless, and those who are food insecure. Ours is no-questions-asked policy. All are welcome without regard for race, religion, or ethnicity. We strive for an environment that is safe, clean, and pleasant.

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Family Promise envisions a nation in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and the chance to build a better future. What began as a local initiative in Summit, NJ, has become a national movement that involves tens of thousands of volunteers in 200+ communities in 43 states. Our volunteers provide hospitality, companionship, and most importantly, community.  

The Lighthouse is an organization dedicated to providing housing, hope, and healing for asylum-seekers and their families who have been released from the US Immigration System as they undergo the rigorous and sometimes lengthy asylum-seeking process.

In addition to providing safe housing and a caring community, The Lighthouse provides guests with the support of a licensed social worker, educational opportunities such as classes in English and financial literacy, food, clothing and more.

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Haven of Hope for Kids is a non-profit organization founded in the beautiful rural town of Hope, New Jersey. We provide no-cost country vacations to urban families caring for a child with a life-threatening illness.

Our mission is to use the calm serenity of nature, and the support of our rural neighborhood and attractions, to provide a network of support for families caring for a child with a life-threatening condition.


The Madison Alliance Addressing Substance Abuse is a community-based coalition dedicated to preventing and reducing the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. We have a special focus on children and adolescents and it is our goal to promote a drug and alcohol-free environment for them and to encourage responsible use by adults. We invite public input and participation.

We are an all-volunteer charity that raises funds to provide gift cards during the month of December to Madison families and senior citizens who are struggling financially. All of these neighbors receive cards for groceries and warm winter clothing, and then can select some cards from a long list of Madison shops and restaurants. At its core, it is Madison neighbor helping neighbor. 
Serving the citizens of Madison since 1954, our mission is: To save human life, relieve suffering of the injured, promote safety in all its branches and provide ambulance service for those in need - principally in the Borough of Madison, New Jersey.  
The Corps is not part of the municipal government, and we are funded entirely by voluntary donations. 
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North Porch Women & Infants’ Centers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides emergency aid, in the form of baby supplies, to mothers and infants in northern New Jersey, to help them stabilize and improve the quality of their lives. North Porch has centers in Newark and Dover as well as a satellite center in Hackettstown, Morristown and Jersey City.

nourish.NJ creates lasting solutions to the problems of hunger, homelessness and poverty. We offer food, housing, work readiness, medical, social and educational services 365 days a year in a warm, safe and caring environment, free of charge, no questions asked. 


RAMP seeks to assist vetted Middle Eastern and other refugee families to transition to productive lives of dignity, safety and hope in Morris County New Jersey.

Our support typically lasts over a year. This comprehensive and intensive support allows families to become independent and productive neighbors and friends. 

Founded in 1834, the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) promotes the safety, dignity, and improved working environment for those serving in North American and international maritime communities through pastoral care, training, advocacy, and thought leadership.
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