New Jersey Health Initiatives support goes beyond the awarding of grants to our grantees. We partner with our grantees to ensure they can run their grant-funded programs effectively. The resources provided here will give you the necessary tools to keep NJHI and RWJF informed about grant activities and help you manage your projects efficiently.
All NJHI grantees are required to submit annual narrative and financial reports, and are encouraged to submit work products.
NJHI grantees should submit their reports and work products to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through the RWJF Grantee Hub.
Click here to log in to the RWJF Grantee Hub using your e-mail address and password. Select the “Forgot your password?” link to receive a temporary password. Once logged in, select the “Grantee Hub” button from the “My RWJF web site” area.
Budget Revision and Award Extension Requests
Request a budget revision or an award extension by e-mailing RWJF Program Officer Cathy Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org with the information outlined in NJHI’s Grantee Reporting and Communications Guidelines.
Do not request a budget revision or award extension, or submit a copy of your request, directly to RWJF or through the RWJF Grantee Hub.
Catchafire New Jersey
This partnership between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Catchafire, is an online tool that connects NJHI grant recipients with passionate professionals who want to donate their skills. Through the Catchafire New Jersey platform, an organization can receive pro bono support and gain access to 130+ curated projects, 100,000 online skills-based volunteers, and monthly learning content created specifically for nonprofits. To support non-profit organizations’ capacity-building efforts amid the pandemic, RWJF is providing NJHI grantees with a fully-funded membership to Catchafire New Jersey. Eligible organizations had access to this tool and program, free of charge, through March 2022. See details.
Social Media Primers for NJHI Grantees
NJHI: Communities Moving to Action, NJHI: Upstream Action Acceleration and NJHI: Small Communities Forging Hyperlocal Data Collaboratives grantees can access this edition.
Storytelling to Support Healthy Communities
NJHI: Communities Moving to Action, NJHI: Next Generation Community Leaders and NJHI: Upstream Action Acceleration grantees can access the recordings of “Storytelling for Healthier Communities,” a training developed for the Upstream Action Acceleration Learning Collaborative. This two-part series explores best practices for NJHI grantees to tell the story of their communities and their work.