OceanFirst Foundation Makes Ocean City the Second Stop in Awarding $150,000 in 2018 Arts & Cultural Grants

On Wednesday, July 11, the OceanFirst Foundation presented a check for $4,000 to the Mid – Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities of Cape May (MAC). Pictured are (from left) Kathy Durante, Executive Director OceanFirst Foundation; Mary Stewart, MAC Chief Outreach Strategist; Michael Zuckerman, MAC Director. The presentation is part of OceanFirst Foundation 2018 Arts & Cultural Grant Initiative, which will award $150,000 to 56 community organizations within the OceanFirst Bank footprint.

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OceanFirst Foundation continued to take the show on the road making Ocean City its second stop on July 11 while presenting $12,000 in grants to the Friends of Ocean City Pops ($5,000), the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities ($4,000) and the ill FoundationSouth Jersey Cancer Fund ($3,000) as part of its 2018 Arts & Cultural Grant. OceanFirst Foundation will make three more presentations between now and July 24, awarding $150,000 in Arts & Cultural Grants to 56 organizations that support artistic and cultural endeavors in communities within the OceanFirst Bank business footprint.