The Investors Foundation is proud to support numerous causes throughout New Jersey by providing funds to deserving civic organizations. Take the visual tour below to learn how each of our grants was utilized. Browse Gallery 2017 2015201620172018 Volunteer Center of South Jersey Receives $7,000 Investors Bank’s Assistant Vice President and Williamstown Branch Manager Shannon Morgan-Leonen (second from left) presents checks from the Investors and Roma Bank Community Foundations totaling $7,000 to, from left, Volunteer Center of South Jersey Board President Cody Miller Executive Director Michele Epifani, and Board member Marguerite Stubbs. Spirit of the Holidays Receives $5,000 This organization supports families who have a member battling HIV/AIDS. Latin American Economic Development Association Latin American Economic Development Association (LAEDA) received a total of $5,000 from the Investors Foundation and the Roma Community Bank Foundation to stimulate business growth in Southern New Jersey. Mount Laurel Park A new concession stand and restrooms at Memorial Field/Park at 235 Mount Laurel Road are closer to reality in Mount Laurel, thanks in part to the presentation of the second of two payments of a grant from the Investors Foundation, totaling $25,000. Foundations Grant $5,000 to Assist Children Struck by Tragedy Investors Bank Assistant Vice President and Williamstown Branch Manager Shannon Morgan-Leonen (left) recently presented two checks from the Investors Foundation and Roma Community Bank Foundation totaling $5,000 to Bianca’s Kids Founder Debbie Savigliano to help grant the wishes of children struggling with illness, disabilities, displacement, etc. Mercer Street Friends Food Bank Our foundations granted $10,000 so that the organization could purchase a cardboard box baler. Grants Help Homeless Investors Bank Assistant Vice President and Lawrenceville Branch Manager Cynthia Ricker, Senior Market Manager Linda Martin, and Scott Kintzing, Vice President, Business Lending, presented grants totaling $10,000 to HomeFront President and CEO Connie Mercer (right) for the organization’s FoodPantry. Bayonne High School Academy of Health and Sciences The Investors Foundation provided Bayonne High School with a $50,000 grant for the Academy. The grant represents a multi-year commitment to provide scholarships to seniors in the Academy to attend Jersey City Medical Center’s (JCMC) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training program, where they will take classes to obtain their EMT certification. The Alcove, which provides comfort and services grieving children and families, received grants totaling $7,500 from the Investors Foundation and Roma Bank Community Foundation.