Emergency Assistance Grants

In time of local emergencies, Monmouth Park Charity Fund will mobilize to determine the greatest needs in our community and provide impactful grants to those charities. Such grants were provided in response to the 9/11 Terrorist Attack, Superstorm Sandy and most recently COVID-19.

In response to the emergent needs of residents of Monmouth County four Emergency Assistance Grants at $10,000 each were distributed to local charities working boots on the ground providing critically needed services to families, friends, and neighbors profoundly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic:

Lunch Break

Based in Red Bank, staff and volunteers are safely distributing grab and go meals Monday through Saturday and are also providing bagged groceries. Their promise is “we will not miss a meal”! Coaching programs have been moved to Zoom.

Interfaith Neighbors

Interfaith Neighbors is providing community support to include senior nutrition, meals on wheels, rental & mortgage assistance, and emergency funds for residents in need.

Parker Family Health Center

Provides free medical care and emergency funds to Monmouth County residents who are under or uninsured. Medical education and counseling are being provided through telehealth systems that were deployed.


With a mission to provide housing for the homeless, and tools for independent living their staff and volunteers are provide resources and support to keep people in their homes, including emergency funds.