Neighbors Helping Neighbors

With the help of over 45 religious congregations and hundreds of donors, the dedicated staff at Interfaith Neighbors works to meet basic needs, build community, and increase the self-sufficiency of residents of Monmouth County.

Nutrition | Meals on Wheels

Prepares and delivers over 350,000 nutritious meals to over 3,500 elderly, homebound or disabled individuals each year.

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Rental | Mortgage Assistance

Prevents homelessness for working families that are struggling of Monmouth County facing foreclosure or eviction.

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Affordable Housing

Provides low-moderate income families the chance to realize the dream of homeownership, while improving local neighborhoods.

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Neighborhood Revitalization

Supports Asbury Park’s West Side neighborhood through affordable housing, social programs, and economic development initiatives.

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NJ Youth Corps of Monmouth County

Provides job training and academic skills improvement to young adults between the ages of 16-25 who have dropped out of school.

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Business Development Center

Offers support services and low-cost office space in a business incubator facility to help new and aspiring entrepreneurs.

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The Kula Café

A community eatery and gathering place that helps local youth develop transferrable skills for application in the hospitality industry.

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Kula Urban Farm

An urban agriculture social enterprise that meets local market needs and provides engagement opportunities for local residents.

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Introducing the Kula Farm Project

The Kula Farm is our most recent social enterprise.

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Rev. Bruce Hoffman

Interfaith Neighbors' dear friend and member of the Board of Trustees, the Rev. Bruce Hoffman, passed away on Sunday, September 14th.

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