The MagyarBank Charitable Foundation recently awarded $21,000 in grants to eight non-profit organizations in an effort to foster education, affordable housing, youth programs, and health and human services.

Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Edison, to help finance its Fall Conference 2008; First Baptist Community Development Corporation, Somerset, to support the Underground Youth Enrichment Center’s Summer Youth Institute Day Camp; Greater Princeton Area SCORE, Monroe, to help increase the number of free counseling sessions the organization provides; HomeSharing, Bridgewater, to fund marketing efforts; New Brunswick Tomorrow, New Brunswick, to support organizations serving the public in the city; Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, Roszel Road, toward membership services and equipment; Rutgers University Institute for Women’s Leadership, New Brunswick, to support its Community Leadership, Action & Service Program (CLASP); and UMDNJ/RWJ Medical School, New Brunswick, to fund the Positive Story Project, seeking to raise awareness of pediatric HIV/AIDS.

For more information, call 732-342-7600, ext. 111, or visit www.magbank.com.

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