The Education & Wellness Foundation:

The Alliance of Neighbors has established a Foundation to support a fund providing assistance for educational and emotional wellness purposes.

Examples of such needs would include, but are not limited to:

- Day care services
- Primary and secondary educational expenses
- College expenses
- Vocational schooling
- Career development/job training
- Camps
- Individual and group counseling services

The Alliance of Neighbors is currently able to provide up to $1,500.00 per individual toward these expenses, and the committee overseeing the Foundation will consider requests for additional monies. Checks will be made out to the educational institution involved.

If you have questions please call us at 732.933.0444.

If you would like to apply for this program, please click here for a printable version of this form. Complete, and mail to:

Alliance of Neighbors
c/o Rumson-Fair Haven Bank & Trust
20 Bingham Avenue
Rumson, NJ

* Applications for the coming school year must be returned to the bank by Aug. 15, 2002

Alliance of Neighbors Education & Emotional Wellness Foundation


A Fund to provide financial assistance, to the surviving families of Monmouth County September 11th victims, for educational and emotional wellness purposes.


The "Fund" has a long-term commitment to providing for on-going educational and emotional wellness needs. Successful fundraising is a key component to the long-term viability of the fund.

The "Fund" plans to immediately offer $1,500.00 to each family member (children and spouses) to be utilized for educational and/or emotional wellness purposes. The checks will be written directly to the involved institutions. Requests for additional monies will be considered by the committee.

Educational needs include, but are not limited to:

Children of the Victims:
- Day Care
- Pre-school
- Primary Education
- Secondary Education
- College Scholarship Assistance
- Vocational Schooling

- College Financial Assistance
- Career Development

Periodically, the Fund will be re-evaluated and the committee will assess its distribution policy based on the Board’s approval of the Annual Business Plan. A financial statement will be generated annually and presented to the Board for review.