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Neighbors Helping Neighbors:

When you give to Interfaith Neighbors, that is what you are doing…

Funding support not only assists working families who are one crisis away from losing their home but can help ensure seniors on a fixed income have healthy daily meals and a visit from a friendly face.

Donations also support our employment development initiatives and leadership skills training program that works to help young people soar.

Join Our Cause And Help Your Neighbors:

There are many ways you can join our cause today:

Click Here To Make A Gift.

Share the love. Make a list of three people or businesses you can introduce to Interfaith Neighbors and ask them to join you in supporting our programs and initiatives.

Support events that bring community together for a good cause like Interfaith Neighbor’s 30th Anniversary Gala or the Joseph J. Marmora Golf Outing.

Be a part of your community!

By giving today, you can help all families reach their potential.

At Interfaith Neighbors, $0.89 of every dollar donated supports direct service programs for members of our community.

In 2018, that totaled $3,951,121 in program services; with $1,124,815 of those dollars contributed by individuals, private grants and donations.

Our goal this year is to raise an additional $1 million to expand our impactful programs that strengthen families and local businesses, supports seniors and helps young people entering the workforce take flight toward a promising future.

We can only do this with your help. Here are some of the ways your donation will make a difference:

Homeless Prevention 

During our 30+ years, we’ve learned that many families are just one crisis away from losing their home. An extended illness, loss of a job or even a major car repair can put a family months behind on their rent or mortgage payments. Your support directly provides short term stipends to families to get through these difficult times.

Helping Seniors Stay in their Own Homes
Too often, limited fixed-income, loss of mobility and isolation are the causes behind our senior population being forced to leave their own homes. Your support helps our Meals on Wheels and Congregate Nutrition programs deliver and serve over 1,100 meals each day across Monmouth County.

Reducing Underemployment and Unemployment 

Many young adults in our area have grown up with few working role models, limited employment opportunities and lack of confidence in their ability to succeed in the workplace. Your support provides support for those entering the workforce for the first time, re-entering the workforce, or seeking to grow their employment options into a career.  Interfaith Neighbors workforce development programs work to develop skills tied directly to local employment opportunities in our area.

Supporting First-Time Home Buyers and Entrepreneurs
Owning a home or a business can truly lift a family or individual out of poverty. When you support Interfaith Neighbors you are supporting the creation of new affordable housing, entrepreneurial training and business planning.


Frequently Asked Questions

How will my gift be used?

Donations to the Interfaith Neighbors are used to directly support
Interfaith Neighbor’s programs and services. In 2018, $0.87 of every dollar donated
went directly to community programs.

I don’t live in Asbury Park. Why should I give?

Interfaith Neigbhors, Inc. serves all of Monmouth County. Residents from across Monmouth County can access IFN’s Rental and Mortgage Assistance programs, Senior Nutrition and Meals on Wheels programs. Our workforce development programs at the Kula Café, Kula Farm and SOAR! are open to all Monmouth County residents, but tend to serve those who live locally, as transportation can be a barrier to access. Interfaith Neighbors does focus some of its programming on the West Side of Asbury Park. Most new construction, affordable housing and community planning efforts are centered here. Interfaith Neighbors’ philanthropic support comes from people, foundations and businesses from all over Monmouth County and beyond.

What happens if I am unable to pay my pledge at a later date?

We understand that you will make your pledge in good faith. If, at a later time, unforeseen circumstances make it impossible for you to fulfill your pledge, or if doing so would cause you undue hardship, you may defer or cancel your pledge simply by notifying Interfaith Neighbors.

Can I give online?

Yes, click here to donate now.

Can I designate my gift to a particular program?

Yes, you can choose to have your gift be applied wherever it is most needed or, if you are connected to a particular program and prefer your gift be used there, just indicate on your donation how you would like your gift used. Our online giving link also allows you to choose a program as well.

Is my gift tax deductible?

Yes, Interfaith Neighbors, Inc. is classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. As such, all charitable gifts received are tax-deductible to the extent of the tax code.


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