Getting Involved Couldn't Be Easier

Our acclaimed programs could not serve the families of our community without the generosity of time, talent and treasure from supportive individuals and corporate groups. We are very grateful for your help in any way possible.

Volunteer

We have an endless number of opportunities! Work with children or seniors; teach or create; celebrate holidays or organize events; and work individually or as a team. No matter what your talent or availability, we have an interesting opportunity for you to make a difference.

Nearly 1,200 volunteers gave more than 11,500 hours of service

Click here for the full volunteer application! 

 

Give a financial gift

Your gift will help change lives. Support our many outreach programs and families by making a secure online donation today.
 

Matching gifts from your Employer 

Did you know you may be able to easily double, or even triple, the impact of your gift?  Many employers will match tax-deductible charitable contributions made by their employees, retirees and employees’ spouses.  

If you volunteer with us, your company may also provide a grant to Cornerstone Family Programs as a way to recognize your volunteer efforts.

Please ask if your employer has a Matching Gifts Program!

Join our 1813 Legacy Society

By making a planned gift to Cornerstone Family Programs you’ll join a remarkable group of people who’ve made a lasting philanthropic mark in this world. Members of the 1813 Legacy Society leave a specific dollar amount or asset to CFP in their will, or make a residual bequest, which provides CFP a portion of their estate after other bequests and expenses are paid. Other options include naming CFP as a beneficiary of an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) or life insurance policy, or deeding property to CFP. Planned gifts can provide tax benefits to your estate. For more information, please contact Director of Development, Gwenn Heller-DellaPelle, at gdellapelle@cfp-mnh.org or (973) 538-5260 ext. 316

Donor Privacy Policy

Any information supplied to Cornerstone Family Programs by donors will be used solely to fulfill their donation and shall not be shared for any reason unless permission is granted by the donor to share such information. All requests to remain anonymous shall be honored. CFP does not sell or share donor lists. Donors who supply CFP with their postal address or email address may be contacted periodically for solicitation purposes and/or with information regarding upcoming events. All donors have the option of being placed on a "once-a-year" mailing list which grants CFP permission to contact them only once per year. Donors may request to be permanently removed from CFP’s mailing list by contacting us via email, phone or postal mail. All requests to be removed from CFP’s mailing list shall be honored. Donors who supply CFP with their telephone number shall only be contacted by telephone regarding donations they have made.CFP does not participate in telephone fundraising activities.

 

Other ways to support

Honor a loved one, gifts of securities and bequests and estate planning.

 

Learn about our Vehicle Donation Program

Have an old car taking up space in your driveway? Donate it to Cornerstone Family Programs.

 

Any questions? Contact Cornerstone Family Programs 973-538-5260.

How we are improving the stability and
self-sufficiency of families

4,000 adults are educated in:

  • health
  • wellness
  • parenting
  • caregiving
 

800 children are cared for in our:

  • preschool
  • after school
  • summer camp
 

1,000 senior program participants are:

  • healthier
  • safer
  • less isolated
 

Over 500 immigrants and low-income adults:

  • Improve their language skills
  • Locate work
  • Find basic resources
 

1,170 people were active in our recreation programs


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DONOR SPOTLIGHT


Emma Halper is a 7th grader from Randolph who has been running a 6 week basketball clinic for our 3rd grade girls. Emma has been assisting our organization as a part of a service component for her Bat Mitzvah project. She is a long time basketball player and has been teaching our Neighborhood House girls all of the skills and drills they need to know! Many of our girls have not played basketball before, one of them said “It’s so much fun & I am getting better every week!” The 3rd graders are having a blast thanks to Emma’s wonderful teaching! After the clinic is over Emma will be returning to help tutor in our homework center.
 
Thanks for all of your help Emma!