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Leonard Gordon Park ConservancyLeonard Gordon Park Conservancy is a non-profit park group located in Jersey City Heights. The Conservancy formed in 2015 to help maintain, improve, and redesign Leonard Gordon Park.
Liberty Humane SocietyLiberty Humane Society (LHS) is a non-profit animal shelter and welfare organization based in Jersey City. Every stray animal from Jersey City and Hoboken comes through our facility.
Mayor's Office of Welcoming CommunitiesThe lack of resources and needs of the city to focus across a broad ranges of issues citywide (For instance: health equity, housing, worker's rights, languages access, etc.) and the ability to face the challenges of immigrant integration in a comprehensive matter.
Mayor's Toy DriveThe City of Jersey City celebrates an annual Toy Drive in December for needy children, ages 1-12. Our goal is to reach as many children as possible in Jersey City to make their Holiday Season joyful. The event is hosted by the Resident Response Center, located in Jersey City's City Hall.
New City KidsNew City Kids is a Non-Profit Organization that focuses on teen leadership development. We host After School Center Programming, Summer Camp Programming, and a Sailing School in the summer.
New York Road RunnersOver the past 60 years, we have grown from a local running club to a global champion of the running movement. We are the world’s premier community running organization, and our efforts and events serve all runners and active individuals.
Nimbus Dance WorksNimbus Dance Works focuses its work on the intersection between high-level dance and innovative ways of involving communities and audiences. Nimbus presents performances and programs to diverse audiences locally and on tour: serving present audiences and building future ones.
Office of Diversity and InclusionPromote minority and women owned businesses throughout Jersey City.
Office of Veteran's AffairsVeteran Helps
Office of Welcoming CommunitiesThe Office of Welcoming Communities is one of the five offices of the Resident Response Center, which serves as a "one-stop" office for information and assistance related to City services.