April 15, 2020
NOTE: Resource and updates are batched weekly and sent out on Friday. Exceptions will be made for time-sensitive information. If we become aware of resources or opportunities that require immediate action and attention, we will send promptly with the notification "TIME SENSITIVE" in the subject line header.

We at NJHCN hope that this brief and targeted communique will help you navigate the constantly changing COVID19 world. As your partner in building healthy communities, we will curate the most useful and current resources to help you and your organization during this crisis and build capacity for the future.

Resources include:
  1. Official Information
  2. Resource Pages
  3. Grants and Funding
  4. Media
  5. Training and Development

All resources will also be posted on our website for ongoing reference. Please forward to colleagues and partners who may benefit from this information.

Please send us any new resources or opportunities to share.
Grants and Funding
Raising Funds in the COVID-19 Era
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 2:00-3:30 pm
Register to hear from nonprofit leaders at the  Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) the American Red Cross the Community Foundation of the Ozarks (CFO),  and  Candid  that have experience mobilizing funds during moments of crisis.

They will reflect and draw on lessons learned and best practices from past experiences and will speak to short, medium, and long-term fundraising tactics nonprofits can employ during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.   

Can’t make the webinar?  Register by its start time , and we will send you the full recording so you can watch it on your own time!  

News from our Partners
Blood Sugar Rising
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 9:00 pm
BLOOD SUGAR RISING is a 2-hour documentary supported by The Russell Berrie Foundation. The film examines the diabetes epidemic in America and explores the history and science of the illness through portraits of Americans whose stories shape the film. Hear the human stories behind the numbers of this hidden epidemic on PBS. Tonight at 9 on your PBS stations features an interview by Steve Adubato with the leaders of New Brunswick Tomorrow.