The GrassROOTS Community Foundation is a 501(c)3 charity organization. We rely on a combination of paid consultants, volunteer service, in-kind donations, grants and corporate sponsorships to support our programs. We also graciously accept gifts and donations from the public.
Your donations are greatly appreciated and will go toward improving the health and well-being of women and girls living in poverty. We welcome one gift or recurring donations.
Donate by Check
You can make a donation by check. Your support is deeply appreciated by The GrassROOTS Community Foundation, youth and community. We welcome one time donations as well as recurring gifts. Please make check payable to GrassROOTS Community Foundation.
Mail donations to 59 Main Street Suite 323 West Orange, NJ 07052.
Honorarium and Memorials
We appreciate your gift in honor of a special occasion or in memory of a loved one. To make a memorial or honorary gift by check, credit card or stock, inform us of the name of the person you are honoring or memorializing and be sure to include the individual’s name and address (for honorary gifts) or the family’s contact name and address (for memorials).We will notify the individual or family of your thoughtfulness, but we will not reveal the amount of your gift.
To learn more about workplace giving, please email Dr. Johnson Dias at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organizations that currently offer corporate matches:
- JP Morgan Chase
- Travelers Insurance
- Morgan Stanley
If you would like to get involved and make a difference in the lives of young girls, below are some areas of need. Click on the GET INVOLVED button and fill out the form. Let us know what you are interested in assisting, where geographically do you want to help, and your contact information.
Civic engagement and youth organizing can improve educational and employment opportunities
Socially engaged citizens feel a sense of urgency about improving their community.
Youth civic engagement reduces risky behavior, increased success in school and leads to greater civic participation later in life.
Expressing your right to vote can help promote good mental health and, in turn, good physical health.
70% of the poor are women and children.
Black poverty rates have been slowly increasing since reaching 25.7% for all Black families and 41.2% for Black families headed by single mothers.
4 out of 5 African American women are obese.
Neighborhood poverty is associated with childhood obesity.
Poor children have a 28% greater risk of becoming obese.
30% of Newark residents live below the US poverty threshold.
57% of Philadelphia children (ages 6-11) are obese
Health and poverty are inextricably intertwined.
We’d like to give special thanks to our major supporters who have provided generous donations to support and invest in our women and girls.
We have a diverse set of investors. Whether financial or in-kind supporter, the organizations and people you who give to the foundation are committed to the long-term health and well-being of women and girls.
The following are major funders for our programs.
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Princeton Area Community Foundation
- Lisa Anekwe
- Monami Entertainment
- Tarik Trotter
- Noble Strategy
- Barnabas Health
- Rich Nichols
- The Lomax Family Foundation
These organizations and individuals provide ongoing financial and in-kind support to the foundation.
- Interfaith Hospitality Network
- Matthew AME Church
- Super Fly Mom
- The Black Rose Foundation
- The Living Source
- SEFG Entertainment
These organizations and individuals provide in-kind support in the forms of building space, resources, services and materials to the foundation.
- Exclusive Events
- In the Wink of An Eye
- Anu Prestonia & Khamit Kinks
- City of Newark
- Sigma Sound
- Skai Blue Media
- Grey Goose
- Red Bull
- Athletic Genius
- MamaLei Body Essentials
- Research Imagining
- WNBA/NY Liberty
- The Beautiful Project
These organizations and individuals donated funds to support the Super Camp Scholarship Fund. This fund provides financial aid for girls accepted into the Super Camps.
- The Might North Jersey Chapter of Jack and Jill
- Brian and Holly Hargrave
- Carolyn J. Williams
- Alisha Moore
- Melanie McCormick
- Catarcia Middleton
- Tujuana Eaton
- Virgie Shaw
- Kaji Price
- Felicia Barden
- Lucrecia Dodson
- LaShawndra Williams
- Tanessa Bennett
- James Dorsey
- Caroline Clarke
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