Emergency Assistance Grants

In times of local emergencies, the Monmouth Park Charity Fund takes swift action to identify and address the most pressing needs in our community. We provide impactful grants to charities that make a difference. Our support has been crucial during events like the 9/11 Terrorist Attack, Superstorm Sandy, and the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

Recently, we distributed four Emergency Assistance Grants of $10,000 each to local charities in Monmouth County. These grants support organizations working directly with communities, offering vital services to families, friends, and neighbors deeply affected by the pandemic.

Lunch Break, located in Red Bank, provides grab-and-go meals and bagged groceries safely, Monday through Saturday. Their commitment is unwavering: 'we will not miss a meal.' Coaching programs are now conducted over Zoom for safety.

PFHC offers free medical care and emergency funds to underinsured or uninsured residents of Monmouth County. Medical education and counseling are provided via telehealth systems for safety and convenience.

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Interfaith Neighbors provides comprehensive community support in various forms, including senior nutrition programs, Meals on Wheels, rental and mortgage assistance, and emergency funds for residents facing financial difficulties.

With a mission to offer housing for the homeless and tools for independent living, the staff and volunteers at Interfaith Neighbors provide resources and support to help people stay in their homes. This includes access to emergency funds when needed.

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