The Burlington County Community Services program of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton received a grant of $10K supporting ongoing work to help struggling individuals and families meet basic needs and achieve self-sufficiency. “Our grants recognize the successful outcomes achieved through programs operated by nonprofit community partners such as Catholic Charities’ Community Services,” said Bob Doherty, Bank of America New Jersey Market President. “Bank of America is committed to aiding nonprofits as they provide people with access to the tools and resources necessary to achieving long-term self-sufficiency which, in turn, creates thriving communities.”
The funds will support Community Services Burlington County program, specifically, the provision of essential services such as the community food pantry, homelessness prevention and Project Hope. “This grant enables us to meet the immediate needs of struggling residents and then help them develop tools to become more financially independent,” said Jackie Edwards, Community Services Director.
To learn more about what Bank of America is doing to support its communities, visit Partnering Locally in NJ.