SJI, the energy services company also known as South Jersey Industries, has named the recipients of 13 biannual Social Investment program grants.
The Folsom-based holding company for South Jersey Gas, South Jersey Energy Solutions and SJI Midstream said the grants to nonprofits around the state total $80,000.
“Our Social Investment program aims to promote stronger communities and a more sustainable future for the residents of the communities served by SJI,” Michael J. Renna, CEO and president, said in a prepared statement. “These grant recipients reinforce the foundation of our neighborhoods, schools and families, and we are proud to be their partner in these incredible endeavors.”
Individual grant amounts were not disclosed.
The Spring 2018 recipients include:
- Alice Paul Institute;
- Appel Farm Arts & Music Center;
- AtlantiCare Foundation;
- Burlington County Institute of Technology;
- Family Services Association of South Jersey;
- Friends Village at Woodstown;
- Gloucester County NAACP;
- Let Me Learn;
- Literacy Volunteers Association – Cape Atlantic Inc.;
- South Jersey Quail Project;
- Wetlands Institute;
- YMCA of Salem County.
For more information on the program, click here.