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Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Moves Headquarters to Historic Newark, New Jersey

Relocation signifies next step in the Dodge Foundation’s 50-year history, taking part in the economic revitalization of the state’s largest city.

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Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation President and CEO, Tanuja Dehne, Stepping Down After Transformational Leadership to Center the Foundation’s Work on Racial Justice

Today, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation announced that Tanuja M. Dehne will step down as President and CEO on April 1 after a tenure that is recognized for firmly solidifying the Foundation’s vision for a just and equitable New Jersey.

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Anchored in Our Vision, A New Home in Newark for Dodge Foundation 

After spending the last few years listening and learning but also steadily moving our funding to support racial justice organizations, we are strongly anchored in our vision and mission.

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    Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Moves Headquarters to Historic Newark, New Jersey

    The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation (Dodge Foundation), a longstanding private foundation in New Jersey committed to supporting organizations and leaders addressing the root causes and repair of structural racism and inequity in the state, has today announced its plans to relocate from Morristown to Newark, New Jersey, at the Fidelco Realty Group’s historic 550 Broad Street building as it recognizes 50 years of impact in 2024.

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    Dodge Foundation Welcomes New Team Members 

    Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation is excited to welcome Cathy Garcia as our new Director, Program Initiatives and Learning, and Sam Teigen as Controller. Both Cathy and Sam join our organization with decades of experience across the social sector, and with a deep commitment to advancing our vision of a more just and equitable New Jersey.  

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    Dodge Foundation Welcomes New Program Officer

    The Dodge Foundation is excited to welcome Malcolm McClain as Program Officer, growing the Program Team’s capacity and ability to support our partners. Malcolm brings practical programmatic experience and deep research skills that will advance our vision of a more just and equitable New Jersey.  

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    Passing the Baton as We Imagine a New Way

    For nearly 50 years, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation has welcomed new generations of board members, staff members, and other supporters. Each time, the previous generation passes the baton to the next generation in support of our mission.

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    Announcing Second Round Grants 2021

    The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Board of Trustees met virtually this June and approved $4.3 million in grants to nonprofit organizations focused on the Arts, Education, Informed Communities, and Technical Assistance, as well as new Imagine a New Way grants that address root causes and repair of structural racism and inequity in New Jersey.