Annual Community Neighbor Awards

A key purpose for hosting Cabin Fever is awarding of our annual grants. HFA donated over $10,000 this year to various philanthropic causes. The finalists for HFA’s Ninth Annual Community Neighbor Awards are Hudson Milestones, Hudson CASA,  Hudson County Boys and Girls Club, True Mentors  Women Rising and York Street Project.   Each of these organizations are not-for-profit and serve children or families in Hoboken and surrounding areas. HFA’s grant money will be used to directly provide a service for families or children.

We invite everyone to read about the wonderful organizations we have supported here.

Hudson Milestones

Hudson Milestones, seeks to build and maintain a Hudson County based organization dedicated to the care, support and advancement of people with developmental disabilities and their families towards achieving, to the maximum extent possible, the individual’s life goals and establishing self-sufficiency in the community.

http://www.hudsonmilestones.org/

Hudson CASA

Since 2002, the trained volunteers of Hudson County CASA have been speaking up for the best interests of children in foster care. For children who have been removed from their homes because of abuse and neglect, their CASA volunteer is the one constant they can rely on. Our mission at Hudson County CASA is to find a safe and permanent home for each child we serve.

http://www.hudsoncountycasa.org/

Women Rising

WomenRising is the foremost community based organization for women in Hudson County. Governed and managed by women, WomenRising assists women and their families to achieve self sufficiency and live safe, fulfilling and productive lives, through social services, economic development and advocacy services. WomenRising seeks to ensure that economically poor families’ critical need for affordable housing is addressed by maintaining a close, supportive relationship with its subsidiary, Fairmount Housing & Management Corp.

http://www.womenrising.org/

York Street Project

A center for homeless and economically disadvantaged women and children; providing them with food, shelter, education, child care, counseling and advocacy. York Street’s programs include Kenmare H.S, St. Mary’s Residence, The Nurturing Place,  and St. Joseph’s Home.

http://www.yorkstreetproject.org/