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The foundation is private and funded primarily by The Salter Family to SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS THAT HELP orphans, at-risk youth, small business dreamers,
and pastors.

We fund programs that show the love of God in a practical way


In general, The Salter Foundation will not support:

  • Areas considered to be the direct responsibility of government.

  • General fund raising projects or appeals.

  • Travel, study or conferences (unless incidental to a project being funded).

  • Individuals other than pastors for spiritual renewal.

  • Other foundations, trusts and philanthropic organizations to fund their general objectives.

  • Intermediate fund raising agencies.

  • General maintenance or overhead expenses (unless a part of a specific project).

  • Capital works.

  • Funding deficits.

  • Anything which goes against the moral beliefs and Christian values of The Salter Family.

Grants are made once a year in June and the cut off date for applications is May 15th.


Causes We Are Passionate About

Adoption and Youth Education.

No child should be without a family and we are here to help. Education provides children with opportunities to experience a better quality of life.

Entrepreneurship Coaching

Small and Micro business initiatives provides people with opportunities to escape poverty, gain a voice in their community and experience a better quality of life.

Spiritual Renewal

Pastors need seasons of refreshing more than anyone. We are here to provide the financial assistance to the dream of rest a reality.

Financial Education

People are destroyed financial by what they don’t know. Workshops and seminars that increase the financial literacy of attendees are of great value. Financial education might be the #1 to eliminate the wealth gap.


What We’ve Done

We have granted over $125,000 since 2015 to accomplish the following:

  • 75 kids attended Drew University Summer College

  • 9 Seminarians attended Oxford University Summer Intensive

  • 25 kids increase literacy scores as part of as summer reading program in South Plainfield, NJ

  • 30 low income kids attended a summer STEM program in Newark, NJ

  • Conducted eight financial education sessions reaching more than 500 attendees

  • Provided sabbaticals for 6 pastors in dire need


Giving Impact