The mission of New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund is to raise funds and organize and coordinate resources to fight the medical, social and economic impact of Covid-19 on New Jersey’s most vulnerable.
Recent media coverage of the fund’s efforts and actions can be found here.
Transformational $20M gift from MacKenzie Scott allows NJPRF to continue to help those most impacted by the pandemic.
The grant to small business organizations is the latest investment by NJPRF to help New Jersey recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. NJPRF has raised $40 million from 60,850 donors and distributed over $34 million to date to more than 460 organizations in New Jersey.
NJPRF - is closing the "Digital Divide". School districts in Newark, Paterson, Passaic, Bridgeton, Millville, Red Bank, Old Bridge, Freehold and Trenton are receiving funding to purchase laptop computers, Wi-Fi hotspots and internet access needed for remote learning.
NJ Pandemic Relief Fund Targets $2.6 Million to Public Schools Across New Jersey to Close the Digital Divide
The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund (NJPRF) announced that it has pledged more than $2.6 million to help bridge the digital divide exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced many New Jersey school districts to switch to remote learning.
A crisis of unprecedented magnitude is headed towards New Jersey. The abrupt closing of the economy due to COVID-19 destabilized a massive number of New Jersey families.
The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund is partnering with United Way of Northern New Jersey to develop and fund a multimillion-dollar initiative seeking to reinvent the way child care is delivered in the state.
NJ Pandemic Relief Fund (NJPRF), a non-profit created to address the health and economic crisis in New Jersey caused by the coronavirus pandemic, is providing $2.35 million for critically needed free legal and counseling services to thousands of people and families facing eviction.
The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund is providing $250,000 in matching grants to teacher projects in underprivileged school districts in New Jersey through DonorsChoose, an online platform that gives teachers an opportunity to raise funds for their classroom.
The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund has donated 1,200 wi-fi hotspots to the Trenton school district, which will allow students to access online learning when city schools reopen remotely in September.