Community Grants Program

Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey fulfills its mission of eradicating breast cancer forever, in part, by offering grants to non-profit organizations that provide breast cancer detection, support and educational awareness to men and women in need living in our 13-county service area.

Since 1994, Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey has raised nearly $16 million for local community grants. This year, Komen CSNJ awarded $600,000 in grants to 9 local organizations funding programs that will reach nearly 10,000 individuals with breast health education and provide over 1,900 free mammograms, diagnostic tests and support services, including patient navigation, transportation and financial assistance for out-of-pocket costs.

Current Community Grant Recipients

2019-2020 Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey Community Grant Recipients:

AMI Foundation
The Mobile Screening Mammography program seeks to decrease breast cancer morbidity and mortality among medically underserved women in Atlantic, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem Counties. The goal of the program is to increase the number of women screened annually.

AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center
The Community Outreach Screening Mammography program will provide screening and diagnostic imaging, assistance navigating the healthcare system and transportation services to women who are economically disadvantaged, undocumented, uninsured, underinsured or high risk in Atlantic County.

Clark Family Breast Cancer Services, Inc.
The Neighborhood Outreach & Support program will expand its breast cancer education program to increase knowledge, awareness, screening & early detection behaviors among minorities in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties, using a culturally competent and familial approach.

Cooper University Hospital
The Camden County Cancer Screening project will provide breast cancer education and screening to uninsured Latina and Black women in Camden County. This project will also provide transportation and financial support to underserved women with breast cancer.

Jersey Shore University Medical Center (JSUMC)
As its title suggests, Reducing Barriers to Mammograms at the Shore will reduce barriers to breast cancer care by supporting free mammography and diagnostic screenings for Monmouth County women who are Hispanic, low-income, uninsured or underinsured, and are patients of JSUMC’s Family Health Center.

Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties
The Women’s Health Network integrates mental health, medical, navigation and wellness services to increase breast health compliance and promote overall wellness for women in Atlantic County who experience mental health challenges.

Kennedy Health Care Foundation
The Korean, African American and Latinas of New Jersey project provides breast cancer education to women in high-risk populations including Korean American, African American and Hispanic women, and women with socioeconomic risk factors. The project will serve this population of women in Camden and Gloucester Counties.

Puerto Rican Action Committee of Southern New Jersey
The Latina Breast Cancer Awareness program serves documented and undocumented Hispanic women in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties who are economically disadvantaged and medically underserved in an effort to improve their awareness of breast cancer, access to screening services and health outcomes.

The Asian Women’s Breast Health project serves the needs of limited English proficient, low-income, uninsured and underinsured immigrant and refugee women ages 40+ in Atlantic, Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester Counties.