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The Warehouse NJ is excited to partner with various local shelters and social services

Summit, NJ

More than 2,000 volunteers each year deliver 65,000 brown bag meals, 10,000 pairs of socks and underwear, 7,500 toiletry kits, 49,000 cups of soup, and literally tons of donated clothing to over 21,000 people in New York City, Newark and Irvington, NJ.  Bridges connects the housed and homeless to establish relationships that lead to greater acceptance and understanding, social and economic growth, and well-being.


East Orange, NJ

Isaiah House is a shelter in East Orange providing temporary and permanent lodging, food, social and financial services to its clients.  Its mission is to reduce the prevalence of homelessness, hunger and unemployment throughout Essex County and specifically, within the Oranges and Newark.


Irvington, NJ

Turning Point is an agency which assists those in need to become self-sufficient by helping them to break the cycles of substance and/or alcohol abuse, economic insecurity, food insecurity, mental health issues, domestic violence and in some cases, incarceration which have permeated their lives and leave them at risk for prolonged and repeated episodes of homelessness.  The Turning Point mission evolves from the changing demographic trends and socio-economic realities that have shaped the needs of minorities and other underserved persons within Essex County.

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East Orange, NJ

Sierra House is a non-profit organization that provides transitional housing to homeless young women and mothers between the ages of 18 and 25.  These young women come looking for shelter, help in finding a job and/or in enrolling in school.  Sierra House responds by providing a comfortable home, job training, counseling, and life skills classes that teach them to live independently within the community at large.


Newark, NJ

Covenant House New Jersey provides comprehensive residential care and related services to help New Jersey’s youth who have suffered from abuse, neglect, abandonment, homelessness, and human trafficking build a life for themselves that is good. We journey with our young people from the streets, to our Residential Crisis Centers, to our transitional living homes, and on to independent living in the community to help them break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.


East Orange, NJ

Where Hope Meets Possibility! Family Connections is a leading New Jersey non-profit that supports children, adults, and families facing many of life’s toughest challenges. We change lives with a wide range of programs to counter trauma, mental illness, addiction, domestic violence, child abuse, and more.

Morristown, NJ

Our philosophy is, a "hand up, not a handout".  As a private, non-profit organization, Homeless Solutions has been helping the homeless and working poor in our community since 1983.  We are unique in what we do.  It's not just about providing a warm meal and a place to sleep. Our goal is to give those who we serve the tools and surrounding they need to rebuild their lives and become self-sufficient. What sets our non-profit apart from others is our Continuum of Housing through our Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing Program (THP), Mt. Kemble Home and Affordable Housing.

Global Locations
The IRC will put in place high-impact, cost-effective solutions that help people affected by crisis. We'll also use our learning and experience to shape humanitarian policy and practice in ways that improve the lives of more people worldwide. And in all of our work we will focus on breaking down each of the barriers faced by women and girls.


YMCA Newark
Newark, NJ

Our Mission is to be a resource for individuals, families, and the communities we serve to improve the quality of life through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. Since 1881, the Newark YMCA has served the needs of the community through an array of programs and services. Our mission is to provide opportunities for individual growth, youth and family development and overall enhancement of the quality of life in our community through programs that include health, housing, recreation, education and social direction.

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