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Community Foundation awards $136,676 in grants

The Gloucester Community Foundation will provide $136,676 in 2024 Community Impact grants to 24 organizations. Made possible by donor funds, Community Impact grants support local nonprofits whose missions align with the foundation’s four focus areas: community vibrancy, economic prosperity, educational success, and health and wellness.

“Our grants process is centered on creating a community where everyone has the opportunity to thrive,” said Robert G. Crockett, chair of GCF’s local advisory board. “Throughout Gloucester County, charitable organizations and volunteers are expanding existing services or developing new ones to meet the needs of children, seniors, persons with disabilities, and other vulnerable groups, while also improving our quality of life in Gloucester,” he said.

The GCF was established in 2000 to preserve and enhance the quality of life in Gloucester through philanthropy and volunteerism. GCF is one of three affiliate foundations supported by the Community Foun...

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