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NJ Pandemic Relief Fund Raises Over $18M

100% of all online donations will go directly to help those in need

Incorporated less than three weeks ago, New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund (njprf.org) announced that over $18M in funds have been raised to date.

The organization is grateful to Ray Chambers, Laura and John Overdeck and the David Tepper Charitable Foundation, Inc. both for stepping up at the outset with significant financial resources, and also for committing individual teams to work full time on this effort at every level of the organization. Their contributions are enabling the fund to have a direct impact on the most vulnerable across the great state of New Jersey.

Each day, major partners are joining at the highest levels including ADP Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, The Pfizer Foundation, PSEG Foundation, Joan Rechnitz, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Samsung, Ann and Thomas Unterberg, Wilf Family Foundation as well as anonymous donors.

Importantly, the fund is harnessing donations from across the depth and breadth of the state as the collective muscle is empowering. There are individuals, unions, foundations and corporations from New Jersey and across the country joining in this effort. The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund is committed to stretching every dollar as to together tackle the COVID-19 impact on the New Jersey family. A donor list topping 2,000 strong which can be found on their website and is updated weekly.

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