Hundreds of people gather every day for a hot meal at the Community Kitchen at Eva’s Village. Those gatherings will temporarily no longer take place due to the new coronavirus, according to an announcement issued by the nonprofit group on Saturday.
A nonprofit organization that serves needy women and children received a $10,000 grant from Lakeland Bank.
A pair of state grants worth $1.3 million has allowed the Eva’s Village to expand its perinatal support program that provides services to mothers recovering from opioid addiction and their exposed babies.
Mark Dinglasan has been brought on as the new executive director of Paterson-based nonprofit food pantry CUMAC. Dinglasan is succeeding longtime executive director Rev. Pat Bruger who led the nonprofit since 1991. Bruger (pictured, left) retires this month.
A city non-profit organization that has been at the forefront in the fight against hunger is celebrating 30 years of service this year with a logo design contest.
The non-profit Paterson Task Force is taking applications for Home Energy and Universal Service Fund (USF) programs to offer low-income Passaic County residents assistance with their gas and electricity bills.
The Paterson Task Force for Community Action has moved its headquarter from Ellison Street to Washington Street, announced the organization Monday afternoon. The Task Force relocated its office from 155 Ellison Street to a spacious 7,500 square feet office at 109 Washington Street in order to expand its offerings.