list in progress as of 10/1/20


New Brunswick, NJ

Founded in 1991 with a grant from the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, the Edison Greenways Group works with township, county, state, and federal organizations to raise awareness about open space preservation, environmental, and bicycle & pedestrian issues.

New Brunswick, NJ

harnesses the power of food to break the cycle of poverty, alleviate hunger and change lives. They operate a community soup kitchen, culinary arts school, catering business and connect low-income individuals and families with social and health services. With the support of volunteers, donors and community partners, Elijah’s Promise serves more than 200,000 free meals per year at their Community Soup Kitchen and trains previously unskilled workers for careers in the food services industry.


Metuchen, NJ

  • Provides healthy food in a dignified way, to those in need in the Metuchen/Edison area, without regard to race, color, religion, age, handicap, sex or national origin

  • Strengthens the community while providing individuals/groups with the ability to serve others through volunteering time and/or giving food or monetary donations

  • Educates clients and the public of additional programs and issues of hunger in the area

Central Jersey

seeks to develop school climates where difference is valued for the positive contribution it makes in creating a more vibrant and diverse community. They welcome any and all individuals as members, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or occupation, who are committed to seeing this philosophy realized in K-12 schools.


New Brunswick, NJ

Healthier Middlesex is a diverse, multi-sector, community-focused consortium comprised of a wide variety of stakeholders including community-based organizations, academic institutions, and health departments. We believe in the transformative power of collaboration and partnership. We are focused on identifying the strengths and opportunities within our community, aligning the efforts and resources of our partners, while developing structured and sustainable strategies that integrate health and wellness into all aspects of our community.

Highland Park, NJ

is a volunteer run organization that was established in the year 2000 to provide non-perishable food to Highland Park residents in need.  The Food Pantry is open to anyone who lives or works in Highland Park and who needs food assistance.


New Brunswick, NJ

represents a global network of LGBTQ+ and Ally individuals who are open-minded and out to make a difference by creating safe and inclusive workspaces, fostering healthier communities and empowering employees.


Edison, NJ

Started in 1924, KKWC was developed as a “fresh air” focused camp dedicated to providing summertime enjoyment to under-resourced Middlesex County children who were suffering from tuberculosis.  Ever since, it has been their mission to develop and nurture physical health, responsible social expression, self-esteem, mental well-being and other sustainable life skills through a holistic approach and diverse programming.


New Brunswick, NJ

Works to protect the Raritan River and the Lower Raritan Watershed, preserve areas that are not yet degraded, and restore habitat and biodiversity to polluted and damaged landscapes within the Watershed. The LRWP got its start as a group of concerned “civic scientists” seeking data on the health and safety of the water in New Jersey’s Raritan River. They found that little data had been collected since the 1970s, and their partnership of citizens, non-profits, government representatives, University researchers, business representatives and others organized to gather data through civic science. They use this information to prioritize stewardship and advocacy so as to improve the quality of the water in the Raritan River and the health of the Lower Raritan Watershed ecosystem.


Middlesex County, NJ

provides nonperishable foods and necessities to our network of over 130 partner organizations throughout the 25 towns in Middlesex County to ensure that all residents have access to nutritionally adequate food and necessities at all times. Additionally, MCFOODS supplies our partners with networking opportunities, resource-sharing tools and nutritional guidelines for clients. On a broader platform MCFOODS is an advocate for programs and policies intended to combat hunger and poverty.


Metuchen, NJ

The Metuchen First Aid Squad’s mission is to provide high quality emergency medical care and transport for the residents and visitors of Metuchen. Volunteer members have been proudly offering this free service to the community since 1948.

There are three ways to volunteer:

·      The Metuchen First Aid Squad Cadet Program — for ages 16-18 

·      The Metuchen First Aid Squad Certified EMT Program — for NJ State Certified EMTsTh

·      Metuchen First Aid Squad Auxiliary — for those not interested in providing pre-hospital care


Edison, NJ

is the state designated sexual violence program for Middlesex County.  They strive to support and empower survivors and significant others affected by sexual violence, and to help eliminate all forms of sexual violence through community awareness and education.

THE NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY (NAHS), New Brunswick High School Chapter

New Brunswick, NJ

was founded to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Since 2010, New Brunswick Chapter members have given hundreds of hours of community service, visited gardens, museums, and colleges learning and engaging in art as student representatives.

Highland Park, NJ

works to reduce the rate of recidivism in Middlesex County. They partner with individuals who are  incarcerated—or have been incarcerated--in Middlesex County Jail, determining their post-release goals. They connect them to resources and provide support as they focus on transitioning into the community. NeighborCorps is a program of Churches Improving Communities, a local community development corporation dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families in Central NJ.


New Brunswick, NJ

spreads art and social awareness into the community. They express their feelings and emotions through creating art and sharing it with the wider community of New Brunswick. They are very proud to be spreading awareness of "seeing through hate" with their original artwork created through the heart. 


Middlesex County, NJ

Suicide is the third leading cause of death in New Jersey for ages 15-24. The dual mission of the TLC is suicide prevention and trauma response assistance to schools following unfortunate losses due to suicide, homicide, accident, and illness.  This is accomplished through conferences, training, consultation, onsite traumatic loss response, and technical assistance.  The purpose is to ensure that those working with youth from a variety of disciplines and programs have up-to-date knowledge about mental health issues, suicide prevention, traumatic grief, and resiliency enhancement.


New Brunswick, NJ

Women Aware envisions a society where individuals can live free from violence and injustice. Their mission is to promote the safety and self-sufficiency of individuals and families affected by domestic violence in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Since 1981, Women Aware has provided services to survivors of domestic violence, focusing on practical skills while offering intensive case management, including safety planning, counseling, housing assistance, life skills, parenting education, creative arts therapy for children, advocacy, health education and screening, translation services and pastoral care.

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