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The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey Awards More than $1 million in Grants to 20 Non-profit Organizations
Date:7/23/2014

fers such services as health education, case management, referrals and access to health care.

  • Easter Seals New Jersey, in East Brunswick, received a $20,000 grant to support the Be Well! & Thrive Obesity Prevention program, which offers workshops to assist individuals with disabilities to make modifiable lifestyle changes in the areas of nutrition and exercise.
  • Food Bank of South Jersey, in Pennsauken, received a $15,000 grant to support the enhancement of the Camden Citywide Diabetes Collaborative by offering diabetes-focused nutrition classes, cooking classes, and food shopping trips to participants in the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers’ diabetes self-management education program.
  • George Street Playhouse, in New Brunswick, received a $550,000, three-year grant to support an initiative to expand the statewide school tour of the musical Austin the Unstoppable and its impact on the community. The musical addresses diabetes and obesity and was developed in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Health’s ShapingNJ program. A website and documentary will be produced as part of the expansion.
  • Growing Stage Theatre for Young Audiences, in Netcong, received a $10,000 general operating support grant to fund the Theatre’s main stage productions, educational programming for young people, and its Arts-In-Education program, a professional touring company for schools statewide.
  • Levoy Theatre Preservation Society, in Millville, received a $10,000 general operating support grant to fund the Summer Camp Theatre program, which offers local, lower-income youths an opportunity to engage in various aspects of theatre, and to fund a special program series celebrating the Levoy's rich history as a black and white movie palace and vaudeville house.
  • Mainstage Center for the Arts, in Blackwood, received a $10,000 general operating support grant t
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