We are pleased to offer three options for completing your donation so that you can choose the best one for you.
Credit card only
Monthly donations through March 15, 2022
Full donation by March 15, 2022
By becoming a member of Impact 100 Jersey Coast, you are joining a community of women united in a common cause: to provide high-impact grants to exceptional nonprofit organizations serving Monmouth County, NJ. Your tax-deductible donation of $1,100 provides $1,000 towards the Impact Grant Fund while the additional $100 covers membership activities and the CFNJ management fee. For FAQs regarding your membership donation please CLICK HERE.
2022 members are eligible to participate in all ongoing membership activities and events this year, with the exception of being able to sit on a grant review committee or vote for the grant recipient in the current year. 2022 members will be accorded these rights in the next year’s grant process.
Membership donations can be made by check, credit card or funds transfer.
Checks should be made out to Community Foundation of New Jersey with Impact 100 Jersey Coast Contribution in the memo line and mailed to:
Attn: Impact Membership
Impact 100 Jersey Coast
P.O. Box 7989
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
To donate by Electronic Fund Transfer (e.g. Donor Advised Fund, IRA, stock transfer) please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the name of this fund so that we may accurately match this donation to your pledge.
When designating your gift with your fund holder, please specify that this is a charitable “contribution” in the memo line to avoid any confusion.
For funds transfer your bank may require the following info:
Tax ID: 22-2281783
Charity Mailing Address and Contact:
P.O. box 338 Morristown
Please do not send checks directly to CFNJ.
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With more than 65% of Fortune 500 companies and smaller employers offering matching gift programs, the impact can be substantial. In 2011, one Fortune 500 company gave $48.9 million in matching gifts to nonprofit organizations supported by its employees. It is estimated that 6 to 10 billion dollars in matching gift funds go unclaimed each year.