American Cancer Society

At the American Cancer Society, we’re on a mission to free the world from cancer.

Until we do, we’ll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer — and better.

The American Cancer Society hosts events across the county from walks to golf and gala events. Our local office in Cedar Knolls hosts over 30 events a year.

  • Facebook

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations

7 Ridgedale Ave, Suite 103
Cedar Knolls, New Jersey 07927 


(973) 285-8010 (Main)

Chamber Contact: Katelyn Tiernan

Boy Scouts of America

The Patriots’ Path Council, Boy Scouts of America (Council #358) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preparing young people to make ethical choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of good character, citizenship and personal fitness.

The Patriots’ Path Council serves more than 19,000 youth members and 6,000 leaders each year in the counties of Morris, Somerset, Sussex, Union and parts of Middlesex, New Jersey. Some 400 local organizations have a Cub Pack, Scout Troop, Venture Crew, Varsity Team or Explorer Post as a part of their service to youth.

The Patriots’ Path Council’s core objective is to build strong personal values, family values and character in young people by providing program activities that teach, support and encourage such values.

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations

1 Saddle Road
Cedar Knolls, New Jersey 07927 


(973) 765-9322

Chamber Contact: Joseph Gonnella

Employment Horizons, Inc.

Through our business services like staffing, fulfillment (packaging/assembly/mailing) and commercial cleaning, Employment Horizons is the link for work opportunities for people with disabilities and commercial business or municipalities. Our staffing services help companies on board uniquely-talented and diverse applicants, while our fulfillment division helps companies large and small, with their outsourced packaging, kit making, mailing or assembly needs. The commercial cleaning side of our business is the first choice for the County of Morris, our commercial partners and local municipalities.

If you need the help the services we provide, why not contract with Employment Horizons and help create meaningful employment for a person with a disability in your own community?

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations

Employment Horizons, Inc.

10 Ridgedale Avenue
Cedar Knolls, New Jersey 07927 


(973) 538- 8822 ext. 212

Chamber Contact: Lisa Montalbano

ENABLE – Fedcap Group

ENABLE is a vocational rehabilitation company geared towards helping individuals with developmental disabilities achieve their work goals. We assist our clients with every step of the job search, and continue to support them once they are employed. Whether it’s their first job or their fifteenth, ENABLE strives to provide the best services to ensure our clients’ success!

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations

40 S. Fullerton Road
Montclair, New Jersey 07042 

(973) 533-1662 (Main)
(973) 287-8801 (Fax)

Chamber Contact: Karlene Chi

Hanover Township Education Foundation

The Hanover Township Education Foundation’s mission is to enhance the high quality education of the Hanover Township K-12 public schools by funding innovative educational programs that foster excellence and have a lasting impact on students. Our efforts are achieved through fundraising, donations, and grant writing opportunities. We are a non-profit organization run by volunteers.

The Hanover Township Education Foundation (HTEF) was created to aid our exemplary schools by providing for grants that offer unique opportunities to students in our classrooms that may not be covered through the school budget processes.

We are a non-profit organization that helps foster the creativity and ingenuity and achievement of excellence in our K-12 public schools. The Hanover Township Education Foundation is run by community volunteers who are committed to enhancing our school and developing partnerships with our Board of Educations, Township, community groups, families and individuals.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations

4 Ash Circle
Morris Plains, New Jersey 07950 


(973) 769-5310

Chamber Contact: Barbara Freda

Housing Partnership

Since 1992, the Housing Partnership, a nonprofit organization, located in Dover, New Jersey, has been the resource for home buyer education and programs in Northern NJ. We have changed lives and communities through our education, counseling services and special financial programs. Our workshops and one-on-one counseling, offered in both English and Spanish, have been the first step for over 1,000 families in their homeownership journeys. Our home buyers have gone on to invest over $99 million in the local economy.

The Housing Partnership’s successes grow from our strong coalition of community and nonprofit leaders, bankers, municipal officials, builders, Realtors, and legal professionals. These individuals and organizations are dedicated to assisting prospective home buyers achieve their homeownership dreams.

Affordable Housing and Homeownership Expertise
The Housing Partnership opened its doors in October 1992, with Susan Zellman as its first Executive Director. Since that time, we have become recognized by state, county and local officials, agencies, and lending institutions as an invaluable resource for information, guidance, and technical expertise in affordable housing and homeownership.

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations

2 East Blackwell Street, Suite 12
Dover, New Jersey 07801 


(973) 659-9222 (Main)
(973) 659-9220 (Fax)

Chamber Contact:  Jessica Padilla Gonzalez, Executive Director

Lakeland Hills Family YMCA

To put Christian principles into practice through programs and services that promote youth development, healthy living and social responsibility for all.

Strengthening The Foundations of Our Community
We are a powerful association joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living, and fostering a sense of social responsibility. We believe that lasting personal and social changes can only come about when we all work together to invest in our kids, our health, and our neighbors. Every day, we work to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.

Financial assistance is available to all who qualify.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter

Categories: Fitness Centers

100 Fanny Road
Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 07046 


(973) 334-2820
(973) 334-1308 (Fax)

Chamber Contact: Rosemary Linder-Day

Little Viking Football

Little Vikings Football is dedicated to the advancement and personal development of boys and girls through an outstanding athletic program.

Building on a program that was ignited by Bill Wohlrob and Randy Capriola in 1996.

The “Little Vikings Family” consists of dedicated volunteers and coaches serving our community with opportunity for our kids.

Connected to the Parsippany Hills High School Football Program, the Little Vikings organization provides continuity of teaching, strategies, and code of conduct for our players and cheerleaders that prepares them for their high school career.

Categories: Sports

P.O. Box 8210
Parsippany, New Jersey 07054 


(973) 539-3698
(201) 894-1345 (Fax)

Chamber Contact: Kelly Simpson, President

Mayo Performing Arts Center

Mayo Performing Arts Center is where our community comes together to be inspired, entertained and uplifted by the power and the passion of the performing arts.

With over 200 events covering the span of performing arts, from classical music to modern dance, theatre to popular music, MPAC brings the world’s greatest entertainers, New Jersey-based artistic organizations, and emerging and dynamic new performers to our region.

Through arts education and community outreach programs, MPAC is committed to providing cultural enrichment for both young audiences and the public at large by increasing their exposure to the arts. It is our belief that everyone should be able to engage with the arts in an inclusive environment.

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Youtube
  • Twitter

Categories: Entertainment

100 South Street
Morristown, New Jersey 07960 


(973) 539-0345
(973) 455-1607 (Fax)

Chamber Contact: Allison Larena

Morris County School of Technology

The Morris County Vocational School District actively seeks and supports community engagement. Business, industry and community partnerships are what make learning in our school different than a in a more traditional school environment.

There are a number of ways to become engaged with our school community such as – but not limited to – hosting students for Structured Learning Experiences (work study, internships, job shadowing, service learning projects, etc.), visiting classes as an Industry Fellow (guest teaching, hosting workshops, doing demonstrations, etc.), hosting a student or a group of students for a Field Experience (shadowing/field trip), providing opportunities/projects for authentic learning and assessment (givng a class a real-world project that fits their curriculum and will actually be evaluated and used outside of MCST), serving on specific program’s Advisory Council, and participating in and/or sponsoring school-community events such as Makers Day, HackMCST, Auto Show, and more.

Please keep in mind that proposals for partnerships are encouraged and valued. We wish that we could accommodate all proposals, however, each proposal will be subject to approval which will be based upon the following: curriculum alignment, feasibility (time, personnel, budget, equipment, safety, logistics) and, most importantly, learning potential for our students.

Categories: Education - Schools

400 East Main Street
Denville, New Jersey 07834 


(973) 627-4600 (Main)
(973) 627-6979 (Fax)

Chamber Contact: Gina DiDomenico