Haddonfield residents are fortunate to be able to participate in a unique range of wonderful programs, activities and services for residents of all ages and interests. Since 1983, with support from the community, The Haddonfield Foundation has provided vital early “seed money” to more than 100 local grassroots organizations and projects enhancing our quality of life.

Children and parents have enjoyed the Foundation’s support of Haddonfield Child Care; public and pre-school playground upgrades; drug abuse prevention programs; soccer, tennis, Little League, varsity sports and drama club programs; the Haddonfield Public Library; and dinosaur sculpture. We have provided financial assistance to Candlelight Shopping, the beautification of Kings Highway, First Night, and the installation of cardiac defibrillators in police cars and public buildings to save heart attack victims.

For senior citizens, The Haddonfield Foundation helped start and fund vital programs such as housing assistance, the Mabel Kay House, and Interfaith Caregivers. And to support the cultural arts, The Foundation has played a key role with the Markeim Art Center, Plays & Players, Haddonfield Symphony, Indian King Tavern Museum, the Historical Society, Haddonfield Farmers Market, and the popular Haddonfield Fine Arts and Crafts Festival.

100% of your contributions are used to support worthy causes in Haddonfield. The Foundation is managed by a volunteer Board, and modest fundraising expenses are covered by endowment interest. Every dollar of your contribution is invested prudently and distributed thoughtfully.

News

Haddonfield Foundation Publishes new website

The Haddonfield Foundation is pleased to announce the publication of their new website. The purpose of the website is to make the public aware of the numerous grants that have been provided by the foundation and to raise awareness and funds to continue their mission.

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Haddonfield Foundation Helps Markeim Art Center Solve Window Issue

Haddonfield Foundation Helps Markeim Art Center Solve Window Issue Published with Permission from Patch/Haddon; Anthony Bellano Haddonfield, NJ, June 29, 2016– The Haddonfield Foundation and The Markeim Art Center have come together to resolve a problem the art center has faced for the last 10 years. New energy-efficient and UV-protective windows were installed recently at […]

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Boxwood Arts receives grant from Haddonfield Foundation

The Haddonfield Sun. Article by Tim Ronaldson. December 16, 2016. The community group that is working to establish a theatre and cultural center on the site of historic Boxwood Hall has received a $5,000 grant from the Haddonfield Foundation. Boxwood Arts will use the funds to establish and maintain its capital campaign database. Dave Stavetski, […]

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