Social Accountability

Learn how Springpoint is making a difference

We’re Committed to Serving Others

As a nonprofit organization, Springpoint takes its requirement to provide public benefit to our residents and the greater community as both a responsibility and a privilege. Our Social Accountability Task Force, formed in 2015, closely tracks how we provide benefits to the communities where we live and work. The task force — comprised of two members from every affiliate including CCRCs, affordable housing, Springpoint Foundation and Springpoint at Home — identifies and encourages greater community engagement.

Social Accountability by the Numbers

Value of total community benefit: $12.6 million
The staff and residents of our 27 communities and affiliates throughout New Jersey and Delaware are dedicated to our mission of making a difference in the lives of the communities we serve. Over the past three years, we have contributed thousands of volunteer hours and significant financial resources in the services of others.

Supporting Partner Organizations

Community Benefits Infographic

Each Springpoint community strives to be a force for good in their local community, identifying local

needs and working with partner organizations to address those needs. Below is a sample of some of the organizations:

    • Alzheimer’s Association
    • Burlington County Nutritional Program
    • Crop Walk Against Hunger
    • Easter Seals
    • ICAA
    • Ronald McDonald House
    • Girls on the Run
    • Monmouth County ARC
    • Salvation Army
    • Saint Clare’s Hospital
    • Trenton Soup Kitchen
    • Wounded Warriors



SpringPoint Social Accountability


Since 2015, People Served: 69,201

In 2015 we challenge ourselves to place greater focus on social accountability. From 2015 to 2018 we saw almost a three-fold increase in the number of people served and a 94% increase in volunteer hours.

Community Service Award

In 2017 Springpoint received the Excellence in Community Service Award for the Springpoint Foundation’s programs in support of our affordable housing communities. What an honor! In 2015, the Foundation launched a unique philanthropic initiative to improve the quality of life for some of New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents: elderly women and men with limited income.

Through the financial support of compassionate donors, the program has quickly evolved into an array of innovative programs and services that include transportation services; health and wellness essentials consisting of Community Cares, Go Fresh! Get Healthy! and LivWell programming; emergency food pantries; an emergency preparedness program; and a literacy program. We are pleased to see our Community Cares program grow and evolve. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Foundation, affordable housing leaders and LivWell, we identify areas of need and work together in many ways to address them. For example, some of our residents have limited access to transportation. To help, we currently provide some form of transportation at 15 of our 19 communities, and our goal is to provide service to all affordable housing.

Learn more about the Springpoint Foundation.

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