To help mark the 20th anniversary of Salem Health and Wellness Foundation, an Anniversary Video Series highlighting partnerships with local nonprofit organizations was created. The third video in the series was recently released, showcasing the partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Salem County and their contribution to individuals in need.

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“We are committed to the true spirit of philanthropy through collaboration with our community partners like Habitat for Humanity who are dedicated to servicing the health and wellness needs of the those that are deemed to be unmet or underserved,” says Executive Director, Paul DiLorenzo. “Throughout the past 20 years we have developed trusted partnerships with amazing nonprofit organizations who enable us to continue to impact the lives of our neighbors.”

“Salem Health and Wellness Foundation has benefited the community in so many ways,” says Sue Ann Leighty, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of Salem County. “The Foundation has supported our Handyman Project that provides minor indoor modifications to make homes accessible and safe, and we’ve also benefited from their matching gift program which enables us to double our money and double our impact.”

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About Salem Health and Wellness Foundation
The Salem Health and Wellness Foundation was founded in 2002 for the purpose of promoting the health and wellness of Salem County, New Jersey residents. The Foundation has made a profound impact on the community by providing over $58 million in grants, contributions, and scholarships to more than 68 organizations, to address health problems in Salem County. Visit for more information.