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Hillsborough Rewards Credit Card Program Accepting Grant Applications

Hillsborough Committeeman Doug Tomson

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ  - The Hillsborough Township Credit Card Advisory Committee is accepting grant applications beginning Feb. 1st.

Applications are available on the township website or can be picked up in the administration office at the township municipal building, according to Committeeman Doug Tomson, liaison to the Credit Card Advisory Committee.

Those eligible include any township-based non-profit, senior or youth organizations; grants are awarded upwards of $2,000 to individual organizations. Grants are funded through the Hillsborough Township Credit Card Rewards Program.

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Grant applications can be found on the Township website at

Completed applications must be submitted by Friday, March 10 to the Administration office to be considered for eligible grant funding.

To date, the Hillsborough Rewards Program has awarded over $60,000 in grants to community-based non-profit organizations that serve township youth and seniors.

“The Hillsborough Rewards Rewards program, through the grant application process, is a great resource for our local organizations to obtain funding for needed assets without any expense to our Hillsborough taxpayers,” Tomson said.

Residents are invited to apply for the Hillsborough Rewards Visa credit card by visiting the Affinity Federal Credit Union or online at

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