Al Maun Fund

Rating: 4.86 stars   79 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Human Services


PO Box 7691 Atlantic City NJ 08404 USA


Al Maun Fund (est. 2004) is a non-profit social service organization that provides assistance for basic needs, resource referrals and support to those who are experiencing short-term set backs. We are committed in aiding individuals and families undergoing hardships to regain self sufficiency, as well as helping neighborhoods through community projects.


We are trying to secure a small building to rent so we can more easily distribute clothing, food and offer a learning center.

Target demographics:

Families and individuals who are either low-income or are experiencing short-term set backs that make it difficult for them to meet basic needs

Geographic areas served:



Financial assistance for basic needs, clothing, baby bundles, educational, pantry boxes, youth program support

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Al Maun Fund has been a life saver for many who need help. They help with everything from Utilities, Rent, Prescriptions, Eyeglasses, to Food Boxes. Al Maun Fund has been hope for many who had given up hope. They have clothed numerous women and children. They have furnished children with warm coats for the winter, they help the expecting and new mothers with baby bundles, they also provide work resources to those seeking employment. Al Maun Fund is not like any other charity, you can truly feel that they are willing to help you in any way that they can.

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