NJCAEF Partners & Allies

The following organizations work with NJCAEF to win social and economic justice victories for New Jersey families, seniors and workers:

1199SEIU NJ

32BJ SEIU

AARP NJ

AFSCME Administrative Council 1

Alliance Center for Independence

Alliance for Retired Americans – Highland Park Area, AFL-CIO

Alliance for the Betterment of Citizens with Disabilities

Alliance for the Disabled in Action

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning

American Federation of Teachers NJ, AFL-CIO

Amplify, Inc.

At-Large Member, The Honorable Vic DeLuca

At-Large Member, Lori Price Abrams

Black Urban Alliance

Bloomfield Tenants Association

BlueWaveNJ

The Canvass

Committee of Interns and Residents \ SEIU Healthcare

The Council of NJ State College Locals, AFT, AFL–CIO

CWA District 1

CWA Local 1031

CWA Local 1032

CWA Local 1037

CWA Local 1039

CWA Local 1040

CWA Local 1081

CWA Local 1082

Elder Rights Alliance

Ethical Culture Society of Essex County

Garden State Equality (GSE)

Grassroots 4 Change

Gray Panthers of South Jersey

HANDS, Inc.

Health Care for All – New Jersey

Health Professionals and Allied Employees of New Jersey – AFT/AFL-CIO

Housing and Community Development Network of NJ

IFPTE Local 194, AFL-CIO

INCCA Community Development Corp.

Ironbound Community Corporation

La Casa de Don Pedro

Latino Action Network (LAN)

Midwest Academy

Montclair State University—AFT Local 1904

National Community Reinvestment Coalition

National Housing Institute / Shelterforce

National Institute on Money in State Politics

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Newark Teachers Union, AFT

Newark Teachers Union, Local 481

New Jersey AFL-CIO

New Jersey Citizen Action (NJCA)

New Jersey Citizen Action Political Action Committee

New Jersey Developmental Disabilities Council

New Jersey Education Association

New Jersey Environmental Federation

New Jersey Industrial Union Council (IUC)

New Jersey Main Street Alliance (NJ MSA)

New Jersey Policy Perspective

New Jersey State Conference of NAACP

New Jersey Tenants Organization

New Jersey West Hudson Valley Council Union for Reform Judaism (URJ)

New Jersey Work Environment Council

North Hudson Community Action Corporation

Paterson Task Force for Community Action, Inc.

People’s Action

PHILAPOSH (Philadelphia Area Project on Occupational Safety and

Health)

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of NJ / Planned Parenthood Action Fund of NJ

The Progressive Action Network

Public Campaign

Ramapo Federation of College Teachers

Region Nine Housing Corporation

Retirees Club 56

Rutgers AAUP-AFT, AFL-CIO

RWDSU-UFCW Local 108

SEIU NJ State Council

Statewide Parent Advocacy Network of NJ (SPAN)

Supportive Housing Association of NJ

United Auto Workers (UAW) Region 9

Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA) Local 601

Universal Improvement Association

Women in Support of the Million Man March (WISOMM)

Greetings,

New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund is monitoring the Coronavirus situation and following the guidance set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and various US state and local government entities. Our first priority is the health and well-being of those individuals with whom we work and serve. Therefore, effective immediately our staff will be working remotely and will provide services over the phone. To find a complete list of our staff, programs and services, click here.

For loan counseling and financial coaching clients your application process will remain the same. One-on-one sessions will be provided via telephone and video conferencing. For questions about healthcare enrollment or the Census, call (973) 643-8800, extension 210. For any other information please visit our website at www.njcaef.org for updates or leave a message in the general mailbox and it will be forwarded to the appropriate staff member. Thank you and stay well!

New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund (NJCAEF)

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Saludos,

New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund está monitoreando la situación del Coronavirus y siguiendo la guía establecida por los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades, la Organización Mundial de la Salud y varias entidades gubernamentales estatales y locales de los Estados Unidos. Nuestra prioridad es la salud y el bienestar de las personas con quienes trabajamos y servimos. Por lo tanto, con efectividad inmediata, nuestro personal trabajará de manera remota y brindará servicios por teléfono. Para encontrar una lista completa de nuestro personal, programas y servicios, haga clic acquí.  

Para los clientes de asesoría de préstamos y asesoramiento financiero, su proceso de solicitud seguirá siendo el mismo. Se proporcionarán sesiones individuales por teléfono y videoconferencia. Para preguntas sobre la inscripción de atención médica o el Censo, llame al (973) 643-8800, y marque la extensión 210. Para cualquier otra información, visite nuestro sitio web en www.njcaef.org para actualizaciones o para dejar un mensaje en el buzón general y será enviado al personal correspondiente.

Gracias y manténgase seguro!

New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund (NJCAEF)