Non-Profits

Beyond Dining

Park Avenue Club supports the multiple local charities and cultural organizations of the Park Avenue Foundation.

  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark
    • Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark

      A 75 year old youth organization which enables over 6000 children to build important developmental, educational and life skills.

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  • Boy Scouts of America, Patriots’ Path Council
    • Boy Scouts of America, Patriots’ Path Council

      Providing a safe, productive environment and contributing to the development of good character and fitness in our future citizens.

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  • Camp Nejeda
    • Camp Nejeda

      Providing empowering summer camp and other programs for children with type 1 diabetes and their families since 1958. In addition to providing eight weeks of traditional Summer Sleep-Away camp, Camp Nejeda offers Family Camps, Day Camps, Spring and Fall weekend programs, T1D Adult Weekend, Nurse Education seminars and much more.

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  • CFBNJ
    • CFBNJ

      CFBNJ distributes 40 million pounds of food a year to more than 1100 partner agencies running a total of almost 1500 programs. Through our combined efforts, we help feed more than 900,000 hungry across people in New Jersey.

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  • HartmannRhodes Charities
    • HartmannRhodes Charities

      HartmannRhodes Charities is a New Jersey non-profit corporation focused on helping community organizations with impactful community projects within six areas of focus: growing local economies; supporting education; saving mothers and children; providing clean water; sanitation and hygiene; fighting disease; and, promoting peace. Operating expenses are completely underwritten by a generous donor allowing for 100% of all donations to reach their designated project.

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  • Museum of Early Trades and Crafts
    • Museum of Early Trades and Crafts

      Fostering the understanding and appreciation of America’s past through educational programming and interpretation of the history, culture, and lives of the people of New Jersey from its earliest settlement through present day.

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  • P.G. Chambers School
    • P.G. Chambers School

      For over 50 years, helping children with disabilities and their families achieve their fullest potential by providing special education programs and therapy.

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  • The Family Resource Network
    • The Family Resource Network

      Providing a comprehensive group of community-based programs and service organizations designed to meet the growing needs of individuals and families with disabilities. More than 50 programs and services available for New Jersey residents living with epilepsy, autism, developmental disabilities and chronic illness.

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  • The Morris Museum
    • The Morris Museum

      Founded in 1913, the Morris Museum serves more than 300,000 children and adults by providing education in the arts, sciences and humanities.

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  • Burgdorff Foundation
    • Burgdorff Foundation

      Supports, enhances and promotes the arts as a regular feature of community life.

  • Jersey Battered Women's Service
    • Jersey Battered Women's Service

      Women with firsthand experience offer extensive services for the abused and their children. Founded in 1976, JBWS served 20,000 individuals last year.

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  • Morris Habitat for Humanity
    • Morris Habitat for Humanity

      Working in partnership with low-income families to build decent, affordable homes.

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  • Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts
    • Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts

      Provides talented young musicians with music education experiences and furnishes excellent facilities to foster their talent.

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