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Cultivating Community Journalism

A community journalism project in Atlantic City, led by Free Press and Media Mobilizing Project, gains partners and makes inroads into neighborhoods through Gathering Ground’s

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Neighborhood Revitalization

Community members, entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders connect during the Atlantic City Call to Collaboration to form the Ducktown Neighborhood Group. They subsequently secured funding for

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Expanding Connections

New Jersey’s Department of Children and Families expands its community connections and heightens visibility of its services by leveraging Gathering Ground’s extensive networks and relationships. 

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COVID-19 Accessibility Awareness

Eyes Like Mine (a Black-led nonprofit serving blind and low-vision people) co-creates a COVID-19 Accessibility Briefing with Center for Non-Profits and Gathering Ground, introducing Eyes

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Stability for a New Future

Statewide connections are forged through an exchange of knowledge and experience when Newark’s burgeoning F.O.R.T.E House gets connected with Camden’s powerhouse nonprofit Hopeworks for advice

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Monmouth ResourceNet

Monmouth Resource Net is a free web tool providing a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for families in Monmouth County, NJ.

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MoCo Arts Corridor Partnership

MoCo Arts Corridor Partnership The MoCo Arts Corridor Partnership is both a physical and cooperative initiative designed to promote the many art, cultural, and historic

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