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Search for grants for your nonprofit organization through the Funidng Information Network by Candid


The  New Jersey Council for the Humanities (NJCH) NJCH and Journalism + Design at the New School are partnering with Atlantic Cape to create and deliver a free noncredit community journalism certificate program to equip people with tools to understand better and articulate what is happening in their communities. Our new community journalism certificate will help you become an active contributor to local news in Atlantic and Cape May Counties. Through this Free, 8-week course, participants will learn to produce compelling content based on the issues that shape their communities. Participants will learn essential tools, practices, and values in producing journalism and their practical application in creating content for different platforms, including social media and print media.

We are now registering for our next cohort to begin on April 1. We invite you to join us for an information session to review the program. Atlantic Cape will offer the following: Please use this link to express your interest in attending our information session on Friday, March 22, beginning at 2 p.m. via Zoom. Please share this information with anyone you feel may have an interest in this opportunity.

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The Nonprofit Resource Centers: Helping Nonprofits Succeed
in Atlantic and Cape May Counties

The Atlantic Cape Nonprofit Resource Centers are located in the Atlantic City and Cape May County campus libraries. They each offer comfortable office settings for local nonprofits and individuals to conduct funding, and scholarship research with public access to Candid's Foundation Directory Online, that now includes Grants to Individuals and Candid's nonprofit database, Guidestar. These resources are available during regular library hours at the Mullock Family Library, Cape May Campus and the Information Commons/Library, Worthington Atlantic City Campus.
Please check our current library hours prior to visiting.

Candid provides free funding information through the Candid Community. Every year, millions of nonprofits spend trillions of dollars around the world. Candid finds out where that money comes from, where it goes, and why it matters. Through research, collaboration, and training, Candid connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to do it. as well as grant funders through state and federal agencies.

Use Candid Guidestar to search for information on more than 2 million nonprofits, including mission, vision, values, programs, leadership, staff and board demographics, and finances.

Nonprofits can find grant funding and Individuals can find funding for scholarships and fellowships through the Foundation Directory Online.

To ask questions about specific topics, make an appointment to meet with a librarian or join our email list for news about Nonprofit Resource Center events and opportunities send an email to

The Candid Community service is made possible thanks to the Atlantic Cape Foundation, the ThriveAC Fund and the Cape May County BizHub