The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation: Imagine a Better New Jersey

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Explore the work of nonprofits across New Jersey and near you. Research potential partnerships. Share resources. Discover new connections. Get ideas. It’s time to put yourself on the map.

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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

Morris County / Madison

Throughout our half-century of operation, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has endeavored to illuminate the vital resonance and importance of these masterpieces for contemporary audiences through our world class stage productions and high-impact education programs.

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Dodge's Technical Assistance Initiative helps strengthen the infrastructure of non-profit organizations by offering high quality workshops to our grantees focusing on those issues they report concern them the most: leadership, organizational capacity building, board development, fundraising, communication strategies and assessment.

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Creativity, Inc.: A Love Letter to Pixar July 28th, 2014 By Kacy O’Brien, Program Manager, Creative New Jersey

I love Pixar.  I love the ingenuity of their stories from Toy Story to Finding Nemo and Wall-E to Brave. I love the vividness of the worlds they create through animation. And I sure do love Co-Founder and President Ed Catmull’s book on maintaining and inspiring a creative culture at Pixar because it has wide-reaching implications for all organizations. When Creativity, Inc.: ...

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2014 Featured Festival Poet: Claudia Emerson July 25th, 2014 Martin Farawell, Program Director, Poetry

Watch the Cortland Review’s Poets in Person with Claudia Emerson and her husband, musician Kent Ippolito, for a delightful introduction to one of our 2014 Festival Poets. IFRAME Embed for Youtube The tour of her home is, in many ways, a brief tour of the sensibility behind her poems. Pointing out an antique roll-top desk her mother used as a child and her father’s boyhood pencil box s...

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