Helping People Help Themselves...

Past Projects

  • Camp Ramah in New England

    Grant to support the construction of a new dining hall. The new accessible facility includes a workforce development kitchen specially designed for vocational training for teens and young adults with disabilities.

  • Good Grief, Inc.

    Grant to fund the purchase of a permanent home in Princeton, New Jersey that allows the organization to expand its programs in order to serve 500 grieving children each month.

  • LaSalle University

    Grant to fund the development of an educational program focused on providing opportunities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students to care for persons with physical disabilities. Funds are used to purchase equipment and supplies needed to create a simulated ADA compliance laboratory space for student experiences for both inpatient and outpatient care for patients with disabilities.

  • Peacemakers of Rocky Mount, Inc.

    Start-up funding for the ReFocus program, which represents a unique partnership between Peacemakers of Rocky Mount, Inc. and the Nash-Rocky Mount Public School District. The program is an alternative day program for suspended elementary school students.

  • The Salvation Army Atlantic City Corps

    Grant to renovate and expand the Atlantic City Corps kitchen to ensure compliance with current building codes, increase storage space, install new equipment and, most importantly, expand seating capacity.

  • Syracuse Stage

    Through grant money, the Green Family Foundation helped Syracuse Stage launch theater education programs for the community.

  • Albright College

    The Green Family Foundation provided Albright College with the funding needed to purchase a new theater production design system.

  • YWCA of Princeton

    Grant money from the Green Family Foundation helped the YWCA of Princeton create their Breast Cancer Resource Center helping women live with, through and beyond breast cancer.

  • Syracuse Hebrew Day School

    The Green Family Foundation provided startup funds to the Syracuse Hebrew Day School for their "Creating Tomorrow's Leaders Today" program. This program helps guide their students through the process of individual community service projects.