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Girls Summer Camp

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Food Program

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In-Kind Donations

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Dec 1 (6)

Families from New Community, enjoy a holiday dinner sponsored and served by the Hunter Family.

Accomplishments

Anticipating dinner with the huntersSince June 2014, the Hunger Foundation has distributed over $77,000 to non-profit organizations including the summer camp program (see organizations listed below)

To date, in-kind contributions valued at over $31,000 have been distributed including toys, clothing, shoes, hair care products and more.

Over 120 donors have contributed in support of the Hunter Foundation’s summer camp and holiday food fundraising campaigns.

 

 

Charitable organizations that received support from the Hunter Foundation

Youth Development and Summer Camp for Girls Ages 10-13 ~

Raw Pics (13)In June 2014, the Hunter Foundation inaugurated its first program and sponsored 3 girls to attend a 13-day residential camp at YMCA Camp Mason located in Hardwick, New Jersey. In 2015, that number grew to 11 girls and 2016 to 15 girls.

 

Family Services ~ Food Program ~ During the December 2014 holiday season, the Hunter Foundation partnered with the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, which helped identify three (3) non-profit organizations that ran food programs for families in need. Organizations that received funding in 2015 grew to five (5) organizations including:

  • America’s Grow A Row, Inc.
  • Let’s Celebrate, Jersey City, NJ
  • New Community Corporation, Newark, NJ
  • Eva’s Village, Paterson, NJ
  • Franciscan Charities ~ Ann’s Soup Kitchen, Irvington, NJ.

 

Drug Rehabilitation Services for Adolescents and Young Adults ~

In 2015, we granted funds to two organizations who had a specific focus on serving troubled and drug addicted adolescents. These organizations included;

  • The Cope Center, Montclair, NJ
  • Daytop Center, Mendham, NJ.

 

LGBTQ Youth Supportive Services and Youth Development Programs ~ In 2015, we provided food, clothing and/or toys to these organizations as well as financial contributions. They included:

  • Independence: A Family of Services, Inc., Newark, East Orange, and Irvington, NJ
  • The Jersey City Connections, Hudson Pride Program, Jersey City, NJ
  • La Casa de Don Pedro, Newark, NJ
  • Aslan Youth Ministries, Asbury Park, NJ

 

Additional Organizations that received in-kind toys, clothing and hair care product donations included:

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Jersey City, NJ
  • Elizabeth Development Company, Elizabeth, NJ
  • Believe In Newark Foundation, Newark, NJ
  • Jersey City Housing Authority, Jersey City, NJ.

Hunter Foundation

Our mission is to forge alliances with public and private organizations for the purposes of helping women and men overcome addiction and provide opportunities for them to improve their lives, and to improve the lives of children and families through innovative programs, services and grant-making initiatives.

 

 

Contact Us
The Hunter Foundation
P.O. Box 6185
West Orange, New Jersey 07052
(862) 233-8020
Email: Info@TheHunter-Foundation.org

Executive Director

Zoraya E. Lee-Hamlin

Thank you!

Just a few of our many supporters

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