Join us June 1st for a HOMECorp Row-A-Thon

Egan & Sons Parking Lot on Label Street
114-116 Walnut St, Montclair, NJ 07042
9am-12noon on Saturday, June 1, 2024

100% of donations directly support HOMECorp’s Mission

Row a Marathon with Friends and Family

20 Team Spots Available - Register Now!

This year, the Montclair Marathon Row is benefiting HomeCorp: Providing Affordable Housing in Montclair for 35 Years.

HOMECorp's Story

Please join us on Saturday, June 1st, as we row and fundraise for HomeCorp’s mission. 

HOMECorp oversees approximately 13 affordable housing properties, comprising a total of 67 units. Over the span of 35 years, we’ve facilitated low-rent apartments, offered financial counseling, extended support for first-time homebuyers, and notably, spearheaded the development and sale of Talbot Village in 2017, enabling low-income, first-time homebuyers to realize their dreams of homeownership.

In the past year alone, our impact has been profound. We provided shelter to a mother and her six-year-old daughter, who had endured over a year of homelessness, residing in a bus at Lackawanna Plaza. Now, they happily live in one of our units, with access to essential amenities like electricity, hot water, and food. Furthermore, we’ve opened our doors to a family of Afghan immigrants, offering them a safe and nurturing environment as they embark on their journey in America.

We extend our deepest gratitude to our dedicated donors and supporters. Whether you’ve been with us since our inception or just joined our cause, your support means the world to us. We invite you to join us in our Row-A-Thon, a celebration of community solidarity and an opportunity to further our mission of providing affordable housing solutions. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the lives of those in need.


We are grateful for the amazing sponsors who have made this event possible.


Be a Part of the Amazing Teams that will be Rowing For A Great Cause – June 1st from 9am-12noon.

Previous Montclair Marathon Row Events

Last year, the Montclair Marathon Row benefited the Bee Foundation and raised over $50,000 for brain aneurism research.