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Third Round Grants 2022

Horizon, through its philanthropic arm, The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, issued $335,000 in grants to 11 non-profit organizations for health and cultural programs throughout New Jersey during the third round of grants in 2022.

  • DH Perfil Latino TV, in Millville, received a $15,000 grant to support a health education program to prevent obesity and diabetes, as well as promote cardiovascular health in the Latino community.

    Diabetes Foundation, in Hackensack, received a $25,000 grant to support Diabetes Care & Prevention: Educating the Population to Promote Community Wellness, a prevention and education program provided in English and Spanish for patients with pre-diabetes and diabetes.

    Eva's Village, in Paterson, received a $25,000 grant to support Eva's Village Recovery Community Center, a peer-driven, recovery-oriented community center that provides free recovery support services for the greater Paterson area.

    Gateway Community Action Partnership, in Bridgton, received a $25,000 grant to support Recovering Hope and Wellness, a project that provides professional and family-to-family peer support to parents in recovery, while aiming to prevent substance abuse among their children.

    Millhill Child and Family Development Corporation, in Trenton, received a $20,000 grant to support Eat Right, Keep Moving, an obesity education and prevention program that aims to build a Culture of Health within the communities that Millhill serves.

    Rutgers Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health, through Rutgers University Foundation in New Brunswick, received a $100,000 grant for the Culture of Health School Program, which aims to foster and promote healthy lifestyles to youth grades K-8th, by increasing physical and nutritional literacy.

    St. Benedict's Preparatory School, in Newark, received a $25,000 grant to support the Steven Grossman Student Counseling Center, which provides students with mental health education, resources and services.

  • AtlantiCare Foundation, through the Community Foundation of New Jersey, in Morristown, received a $50,000 grant to support the Atlantic City Patient Transportation project, which provides free, easily accessible and reliable transportation for low-income patients in Atlantic City using the health system's services.

    Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey, in Toms River, received a $15,000 grant to support a program that helps homebound seniors overcome isolation and barriers to care and provides them with access to services that improve their health.

    Saint Vincent Academy, in Newark, received a $25,000 grant to support the Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Leadership Promise Scholar, which provides one four-year scholarship to a Greater Newark-area student.

  • Passage Theatre Company, in Trenton, received a $10,000 general operating support grant to help provide artistically excellent and relevant theatre programming and arts education to the greater Trenton community.