Our ability to respond to COVID-19 depends on our health systems’ capacity to serve people that are sick. And it depends on everyone’s efforts to keep the number of sick people as low as possible. The fewer sick people there are at any given time, the better our health system can care for us.
In January 2019, Bloomberg Philanthropies announced that Camden, New Jersey was named a Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Public Art Challenge; receiving $1 million in funding a public art project that will transform sites plagued by illegal dumping into dynamic art spaces. WRI is a proud partner.
In celebration of thriving local PALs, WRI joins in recognizing the volunteers and donors that helped build their success.
Christina Renna, Senior Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey, has joined WRI’s advisory board.
The Walter Rand Institute is excited to announce that we will conduct community health needs assessments for the South Jersey Health Collaborative in Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties.
WRI featured at a Cumberland County Chambers of Commerce event focused on economic challenges and opportunities in the county. Centered on WRI’s Our Piece of the Pie research, Senate President Sweeney, Senator Van Drew and 80 more engaged citizens turned out.