Community Collaborators

Participants include volunteers from non-profit, faith, and cultural communities who provide ELL services; transportation to job interviews, medical appointments, tutoring and shopping, and serve as essential navigators through all these processes.

Our Amazing Community Collaborators Include:

Ahmadiya Muslim Community, Old Bridge • Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple, New Brunswick • Blue Footprint Project • Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War, Highland Park • Clifton Blue Mosque • Colts Neck/Freehold Refugee Coalition • Colts Neck Reformed Church • D.I.R.E (Deportation and Immigration Response Equipo) • Ethnos Community Church, New Brunswick • Faith Lutheran Church, Lavallette • First Presbyterian Church, Metuchen • First Reformed Church of Hawthorne New Jersey • Highland Park Conservative Temple, Congregation Anshe Emeth • Highland Park Minyan • Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Manasquan • Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, South River • Islamic Society of New Jersey • Keyport Reformed Church, Keyport NJ • Masjid-e-Ali Mosque, Franklin • Middlebush Reformed Church, Somerset • Middlesex County Community College, Genocide Human Rights Club • Milarepa Meditation, Highland Park • Muslim Center of Middlesex County, Piscataway • New Brunswick Friends Meeting (Quakers) • New Brunswick Theological Seminary • Neve Shalom • New Brunswick Islamic Center, South Brunswick • Office of Religious Life Princeton University • Our Savior Lutheran Church, Edison • Ponds Reformed Church, Oakland • Princeton Alliance Church, Plainsboro •Princeton Theological Seminary • Rutgers University, School of Social Work • St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Metuchen • St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Edison • St. Peters Episcopal Church, Spotswood • St. Stephen Lutheran Church, South Plainfield • The Jewish Center Interfaith Resettlement Committee, Princeton • The Reformed Church of Highland Park • The Unitarian Society, East Brunswick • Trinity United Methodist Church, Highland Park • Wardlaw-Hartridge, Edison

Interfaith-RISE is a program of the Reformed Church of Highland Park Affordable Housing corporation, a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that provides affordable housing, supportive services, and connection to meaningful community to low-income individuals and families in central New Jersey. All RCHP-AHC projects are non-discriminatory and are open to the public. Learn more at

Office Locations

Highland Park Office:
19 S. 2nd Ave
Highland Park, NJ 08904

I-RISE South Office:

2384 E. Landis Ave
Vineland, NJ 08361