Our Best Work Is Done in and Out of the Office
Supporting the communities we're privileged to serve is one of our strongest beliefs. We encourage our employees to get involved in the places where they live, work, and play, because relationships matter. We are pleased to volunteer our time and resources to the nonprofits that lift up the areas we serve. Take a look at some of our efforts:
Volunteering at HomeFront's Camp Mercer
Each year, NJM volunteers serve lunch and coordinate activities at HomeFront's Camp Mercer, a program for children whose families are homeless or are in danger of losing their homes.
Serving Lunch at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen
NJM employees serve lunch at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, which feeds the hungry in the Trenton area and offers programs to encourage self-sufficiency.
Supporting Junior Achievement of NJ
For more than 10 years, NJM volunteers have been engaging with elementary and high school students to foster entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills.
Raising Money through Jeans for Generosity
A new twist for Casual Fridays! Through our Jeans for Generosity campaign, employees can wear jeans on Fridays in return for a charitable donation.
Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity
NJM employees help build safe, affordable homes with Habitat for Humanity.
Walking for the American Heart Association and American Cancer Society
NJM employees, retirees, family members, and friends participate annually in these walks while helping to fundraise for the American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society.
Pitching In for Special Olympics
NJM holds Family Nights at both the Trenton Thunder and Somerset Patriots stadiums. These two events help to raise funds for Special Olympics of New Jersey (SONJ).
Natural History Hall at NJ State Museum
NJM is a major supporter of the New Jersey State Museum "Written in the Rocks: Fossil Tales of New Jersey" exhibition, which looks back 3.5 billion years to explore the geology of New Jersey, and the progression of life, from the oldest fossils up through the Ice Age.
Donating to the Times-Kiwanis Camp Fund
NJM supports this fund annually by donating $100 for every year the fund has been in existence. The Camp Fund helps pay tuition for youngsters who may not otherwise be able to attend summer camp.