Our Services & Programs
Our organization’s heart is a simple belief that working together creates better outcomes for everyone involved.
We offer a variety of programs and services designed to help people connect and create a sense of community.
Welcome To GNANJ
We are a community-based organization specializing togetherness.
Greater Neighborhood Alliance of New Jersey will serve the community by providing all members with a safe and secure environment. Our goal is to create a supportive and inclusive community where everyone can reach their full potential.
We aim to bring people together and promote togetherness. We will do this by organizing events and activities that encourage community spirit and providing resources and support to local organizations working to make a difference.
When people come together and work towards a common goal, we believe that great things can happen. We also believe that everyone has something to contribute and that working together is the best way to make our community stronger.
Join us to help support GNANJ activities and projects. Be a member today.
MEETINGS & EVENTS
UPCOMING EVENTS 2023
GNA 1st Block Association Workshop
February 13, 2023
GNA HBCU College Tour
March 23, 2023
GNA Collaborated Easter Egg Hunt
April 1, 2023
GNA Bus ride to Wind Creek Casino, PA
April 29 2023
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Are you looking for ways to get involved in your community? This year, we have some significant events lined up that you can be a part of. Check out our upcoming events and see how you can make a difference in your community this year!
HBCU College Tour
Join us for our next tour this March-April of 2023
We work with our local community members to keep our community clean.
GNANJ community gardening provides much-needed plant-based nutrition to local residents.
Staying active during the pandemic when our community needed us most.
Looking to create a neighbor block association?
What is A Block Association?
An Association of residents of a city block or neighborhood who work together to maintain a safe and attractive community. When residents get organized into neighborhood groups like block associations, tenant groups, or civic associations, they became a force for dealing with local problems and building a better neighborhood?