Member Spotlight
As a member benefit, the Network promotes upcoming member events on our social media pages, newsletter, and right here on our website. Member Spotlight is dedicated site where we feature news & upcoming events from our members. Organizations will be permitted a maximum of three events to be featured at any given time in the Member Spotlight. We also encourage the submission of photos and/or graphics to accompany your event post. If you have an event you'd like to for us to share with our audiences and are a member in good standing please send your event information to Nina Rainiero at [email protected].



Windows of Understanding
January 21 to February 28, 2019 | New Brunswick
Through a local city-wide public art project called “Windows of Understanding,” New Brunswick Tomorrow (NBT) and its Esperanza Neighborhood Project partnered with local artists to transform “main street” spaces into creative art displays that emphasize social justice issues and the local organizations working around those matters. The Windows of Understanding project is on display from January 21 to February 28, 2019 with programming such as walking tours, “Tables of Understanding” events at local restaurants, poetry readings, performances, educational workshops, and film screenings that complement the visual displays throughout the run. Read More


12th Annual JFS Cocktail Party
March 2 | 7pm | Bourré located at 201 S New York Ave in Atlantic City
Jewish Family Services of Atlantic and Cape May County will host their annual event this year with a Mardi Gras theme! This event is Attended by more than 200 of the area’s most influential community leaders, supporters, politicians and business owners, this event raises essential funds for critical community services. Read More


Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County dedicates renovated home in Rumson
On January 15, Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County dedicated its first home in Rumson to Patrick and Claudia, along with their four year-old son, Nicholas. The event was attended by dozens of volunteers, community members, and local government officials including Freeholder, Gerry Scharfenberger, Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso, Assemblymen Eric Houghtaling and Mayor Joseph Hemphill of Rumson. Read More