Mission and Outreach
The Chaplaincy Program-Morris County Correctional Facility
The Chaplaincy Program was formed in 2001 with the hiring of a part-time chaplain to conduct worship and Bible study on site.
Children on the Green is a licensed, non-profit child care center committed to quality, developmentally appropriate care and early education for children of families living or working in the Morristown area. We seek to reflect the diversity of the community in which we are located and are committed to partnerships that support all children and families.
We work to empower local leaders and communities not simply to build social impact with the tool kit of innovations we have developed, but to help empower them to become the architects of their own futures.
The Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center provides nutritious meals in a warm, safe and caring environment, free of charge, no questions asked, to anyone who comes seeking nourishment. As part of our hospitality we also encourage and assist our guests in accessing community resources, services and educational program.
Deidre’s House is the center in Morris County for child victims of abuse and/or neglect and for children that have witnessed domestic violence.
Volunteers serving at the Community Soup Kitchen in Morristown
FPCNV's Christmas Party with the Mental Health Association
The Homeless Solutions philosophy is “A Hand Up, Not A Handout,” and since 1983 we have been offering shelter, services, and supportive housing to the homeless and working poor in Morris County, New Jersey.
Cornerstone Family Programs aims to make a difference in our community by educating our children and youth and empowering our teens, providing our families and veterans specialized support, and encouraging our seniors and their caregivers.
The PCEA Nairobi Newton Partnership Board, working with Newton Presbytery, runs community projects in Water, Health, and Education in Thange Location of Kibwezi District.
TIP at Kirkridge, Bangor PA — Together It’s Possible
A group of families dreaming of and working toward new possibilities for cognitively challenged young adults living in the Slate Belt of northeastern Pennsylvania. TIP’s goal is to educate parents, provide support for families, and advocate for change — in access, in opportunities, and in outmoded ways of thinking.
Removing the stigma associated with emotional and mental disorders.
Providing comprehensive, compassionate addiction treatment and housing for women.