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The Community Well

The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville 2188 Main Street Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-896-1212 X110

The Community Well is a community center based at The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville, 2688 Main Street (Rte. 206) in the village of Lawrenceville. The center's mission is to develop community and to promote wellness of mind, body and spirit - and a sense of purpose. Accordingly, the Community Well provides educational and participatory programs/events/activities and serves as the home for an array of support groups. The Well also provides information regarding opportunities for service in the community and includes a counseling program, called The New Directions Center. All programs/groups are available to everyone in the community. Programs are offered in partnership with a variety of organizations and serve children and families, adults and Seniors. Activities include everything from musical offerings, fitness/recreation, art, mental health, cooking, healthy eating, adult and kids education programs and more.

The Jewish Center of Princeton

435 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 08540


The Jewish Center is a warm, welcoming community with the goal of guiding each person on their individual Jewish journey. Come join us for one of our many family programs – whether it is Jewish learning for children ages 3 and up or family holiday gatherings, there is something here for everyone! In addition to our weekly services, we offer family Shabbat programming on select days each month, a robust youth program, and monthly activities for families with young children. We offer a series of programs for parents who wish to explore Judaism on a variety of levels, from introduction to more advanced! Parents are invited to take an active role in their children’s Jewish education. Through participating in family and parent learning opportunities, we empower all caregivers to create a Jewish home that aligns with their Jewish identities. Parents are encouraged to join their children’s classes, whether they are on-line, in person, or on Shabbat. Let us guide you on your Jewish journey!

Abbott Marshlands

The Abbott Marshlands are situated in Lenapehoking, the traditional and ancestral homeland of the Lenape. We pay respect to the Lenape, past present and future, and to their continuing cultural heritage and connection with this homeland. The Marshlands include over 3000 acres of open space in central New Jersey adjacent to the Delaware River between Trenton and Bordentown. Their diverse habitats – freshwater tidal and non-tidal marshes and swamps, ponds, and woodlands – are home to many kinds of plants and animals.

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Alliance Francaise Princeton

P.O. Box 1165 Princeton NJ 08542


We are a community of people in the greater Princeton area with a passion for French language and culture – the food and wine, the art, the regions, the history and the politics. We provide opportunities for both adults and children to learn or improve French through classes and conversation groups. Over the course of the year we also offer occasional lectures to deepen our understanding of specific aspects of French culture. The Princeton Alliance Française organizes a wide variety of social and cultural events, such as wine tastings, cooking demonstrations and museum tours, that are both educational and fun. You don’t have to speak French to enjoy our events – most of them are conducted primarily in English.

Artists of Yardley (AOY)

949 Mirror Lake Road Yardley PA 19067


Established in 2004 as an arts organization in the Yardley area, Artists of Yardley (AOY) has evolved with over 150 artists in a full spectrum of disciplines. The AOY, a non-profit 501(c)3, is dedicated to nurturing the creative spirit of the community by educating and encouraging individuals to experience, appreciate and share in the arts.

Arts Educators of New Jersey

Art Educators of New Jersey is a non-profit association created in 1939 by art educators interested in advocating for the visual arts education in our state. Our purpose is to promote and maintain the highest degree of quality Visual Arts instruction in New Jersey’s schools.

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ASHA - Princeton

2125 NJ-33 Hamilton Square NJ 08690


Association for the Study of Free Institutions


The Association for the Study of Free Institutions is a scholarly organization seeking to promote multi-disciplinary inquiry into the free society – its philosophic, cultural, and institutional conditions, its character, its strengths and limitations, and the challenges it faces. ASFI works to unite scholars from a variety of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities – political science, history, law, economics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, theology, classics, education – in order to revive the study of freedom as a major concern of American higher education. Mindful that the questions to which freedom gives rise are often controversial, that freedom carries certain costs, and that we have things to learn even from its most determined critics, ASFI welcomes intellectual diversity. It seeks the participation of scholars representing not only a variety of intellectual disciplines, but also a diversity of moral and philosophical positions.

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Association Francophone Princeton

Tiger Labs 242 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 8542

609 865 4112

Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice

21 Wiggins Street Princeton NJ 8540


Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve

Route 32 New Hope PA 18938


Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve is a 134 acre nature preserve, botanical garden, and accredited museum located at 1635 River Road, New Hope, Pennsylvania. It is open daily, except for major holidays, April–June, and closed on Mondays July–March; an admission fee is charged to nonmembers.

Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow

2877 Creamery Road Solebury PA 18938


The Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow (BCAS) is a private, non-profit organization founded as a chapter of the National Audubon Society in 1969. Since its inception, BCAS has been dedicated to conserving wildlife, promoting awareness of environmental problems, watching birds, educating the community about the interdependence of humans and their world, and furthering the wise use of land, air, and water.

Bucks County Historical Society

84 South Pine Street Doylestown PA 18901


The Bucks County Historical Society (BCHS), a private non-profit organization, located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, is a unique cultural and educational institution which operates The Mercer Museum, Spruance Library and Fonthill Museum. As the County Historical Society, it is charged with collecting, preserving and interpreting the rich history and culture of Bucks County and the Delaware Valley region. As the primary inheritor of the material and intellectual legacy of Henry Chapman Mercer, the BCHS is custodian of a regionally and nationally significant collection of tools and artifacts which illuminate the history of pre-industrial America to, c. 1850.

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Burlington County Community Action Program

718 Route 130 South Burlington NJ 08016

(609) 386-5800

C-Change Conversations

P.O. Box 1206 Princeton NJ 8542

At C-Change Conversations, we talk about climate change in a way that helps people understand the urgency of the issue without inflaming partisan passions. We do that by educating people about the science and risks of climate change and by framing it not as a political issue, but as a human one.

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Camp Fire NJ

535 East Franklin Street Trenton NJ 8610


Our mission is to provide youth development programs that empower young people to rise above everyday challenges and become the best that they can be.

Camp Olden Civil War Round Table and Museum

P.O. Box 10565 Trenton NJ 08650


Camp Olden Civil War Round Table & Museum,Inc. was founded in 1992 and is an organization of people brought together by our common interest in the American Civil War. Our interests range from the casual to the obsessive and we attempt to appeal to all of our members. The Round Table is named for Camp Olden an 1861 training camp located in Hamilton Township, New Jersey. The camp bore the name of Charles Olden, then governor of New Jersey. Many of the troops raised in New Jersey for that year were instructed at Camp Olden. The main purpose of our organization is education. In our bylaws we state we will "foster and support a better understanding of the Civil War era". We attempt to accomplish this in many ways including Living History, preservation projects, trips, tours, lectures and events.

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Center for Supportive Schools

911 Commons Way Princeton NJ 08540


Circus Place

6 Jill Court Building 23, Unit 10 Hillsborough NJ 08844


Computer Learning Center at Ewing

999 Lower Ferry Road Ewing NJ 08628

609-883-1776 ext.6205

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Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)

300 Fore Street Portland ME 04101


Since 1947, the Council on International Educational Exchange, known as CIEE and formerly, Council, has been in pursuit of its mission, "to help people gain understanding, acquire knowledge, and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world." Throughout our history, we at CIEE have had the unique opportunity to serve this mission. In the largest sense, we can help make the world a better place for all and share a collective sense of fulfillment in our contributions to society. Our services to people studying, working and teaching abroad are more important than ever.

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D & R Greenway Land Trust

Johnson Education Center One Preservation Place Princeton NJ 08540


Decoding Dyslexia

Decoding Dyslexia - NJ is a grassroots movement driven by NJ families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public schools. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in NJ public schools.

Eden Autism

One Eden Way Princeton NJ 08540


Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program & Festival

14 Maple Avenue P.O. Box 1239 Morristown NJ 07962

973-540-8442 ext.5

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Girls on the Run New Jersey

PO BOX 896 Milburn NJ 07041

Heart to Hearts, Inc

4 Princess Road Bldg 200, Suite 205 Lawrenceville NJ 08648


Heart to Hearts, Inc. is a nonprofit women’s wellness organization whose mission is to educate women and their families about important issues that affect their health and well-being. We believe that education is the key to empowering women to make positive changes in their lives that will result in healthy lifestyles for them and their families. We offer programs, classes and seminars that support this mission while promoting a “Circle of Health” concept for each individual. See About Us and our Annual Women’s Wellness Day for more information.

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Hightstown East-Windsor Historical Society

164 North Main Street Hightstown NJ 08520

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Himalayan Institute

952 Bethany Turnpike Honeadale PA 18431


     Educational Programs     Yoga  

Hispanic Theological Initiative

12 Library Place Princeton NJ 08540


Since its inception, the Hispanic Theological Initiative has focused on impacting two important institutions-the academy and the church. Its focus on the academy stems from the historical underrepresentation of Latinos, both at the student and faculty levels throughout the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Through its scholarship program, HTI has sought to increase the number of Latinos who would otherwise not consider further theological education or complete their doctoral degree for lack of financial assistance. Through its mentoring, networking and community building components HTI has endeavored to help students overcome the sometimes overwhelming sense of isolation and marginalization traditionally encountered by Latinos pursuing doctoral studies.

Historical Society of Princeton

Updike Farmstead 354 Quaker Road Princeton NJ 08542


The mission of the Historical Society of Princeton is to collect and preserve materials pertaining to the town and its environs, and to interpret the history of the area through exhibitions, educational programs, and publications. Since its founding in 1938, the Historical Society has amassed, recorded, and exhibited a collection of over 40,000 artifacts, manuscripts, photographs, decorative arts objects, artworks, and articles of clothing dating from the 17th century to the present, and has offered a broad range of educational services and activities to local residents, students, scholars, and visitors from around the world. Walking tours, lectures, out-of-town trips, education programs for schools: the Historical Society presents these programs and more throughout the year. Every Sunday at 2pm, come join a guided walking tour of downtown Princeton and learn all about Princeton’s people, its architecture, and historical moments from an HSP-trained guide.

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300 Witherspoon Street, Suite 204 Princeton NJ 08540


HiTops is a health education and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring every adolescent safe passage to adulthood by providing comprehensive sexuality education and promoting healthy relationships and supportive connections.

HomeWorks Trenton

174 Nassau Street, Box #196 Princeton NJ 8542


HomeWorks inspires and equips young women from marginalized communities to achieve their potential and positively transform the world around them by providing a supportive and educational residential environment.

Hopewell Valley Education Foundation (HVEF)

PO Box 553 Pennington NJ 08534

The Hopewell Valley Education Foundation is a not-for-profit organization serving the needs of the public schools that make up the Hopewell Valley Regional School District. Our mission is to enhance the educational experience in Hopewell Valley schools through the identification and development of community partnerships and resources.

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Hopewell Valley Historical Society

PO Box 371 Pennington NJ 08534

The Hopewell Valley Historical Society was formed in 1975. Its purposes include: collecting and preserving artifacts, records and other materials relating to the valley's long and colorful history, and making them accessible to members and the public for educational purposes; encouraging the preservation of historic sites throughout the area; and sponsoring research projects and public programs that increase knowledge about our heritage. Membership in the Hopewell Valley Historical Society is open to all who share an interest in the history of Hopewell Township and the Boroughs of Hopewell and Pennington. The Society maintains its collections at the Mercer County Library - Hopewell Township Branch, and holds its programs at various locations in the area.

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Hopewell Valley YMCA

62 South Main Street P.O.Box 301 Pennington NJ 08534


The Hopewell Valley YMCA is proud to serve Hopewell, Pennington, Titusville, and some sections of Ewing in New Jersey. We are a "Y without walls" meaning we operated in many different rented locations through out the area. Our main administrative offices are located at 62 South Main Street in Pennington, NJ. Our administrative staff is based here, and we accept program registrations at this location. We are a charitable organization dedicated to building a healthy spirit, mind, and body through programs which promote good health, strong families, youth leadership, and community development.

Howell Living History Farm

70 Wooden's Lane Lambertville NJ 08530


Howell Living History Farm is a time machine that takes you back to the year 1900 - a time when horses and buggies traveled the lanes of Pleasant Valley, and when farms were bordered by snake fences and Osage orange trees. Howell Farm is owned by Mercer County and operated by the Mercer County Park Commission with the support and assistance of The Friends of Howell Living History Farm. The farm is an educational facility open to the public that preserves and interprets farming life and processes from the era of 1890-1910.

Jewish Community Youth Foundation

707 Alexander Road Princeton NJ 08540


Junior Achievement of New Jersey (JANJ)

360 Pear Blossom Drive Edison NJ 08837


Junior Achievement (JA) is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics and free enterprise. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA offers in-school and after-school programs for students in grades K-12. JA programs focus on seven key content areas: business, citizenship, economics, entrepreneurship, ethics/character, financial literacy, and career development. Junior Achievement programs reach over 4 million students per year, in 124 markets in urban, rural and suburban areas in all 50 states across the U.S. – a total of 115 million students since the organization began in 1919. This year, JANJ will educate 46,000 students in the state of New Jersey.

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Kidsbridge Tolerance Center

999 Lower Ferry Road Ewing NJ 08628

609- 771-0300

Kidsbridge, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the celebration of human diversity, encourages the students, families and educators of the greater Mercer County region to understand and appreciate the strengths and opportunities that are inherent in the diverse, mosaic cultures of our community and our world. Kidsbridge provides programs that create measurable improvements in character education and life skills. Our character education programs generate positive learning in civility, kindness, conflict resolution, mediation and anti-bullying. Our life skill programs are designed to prepare children to be successful in a global society, while instilling the time-honored values of cooperation, peaceful interaction, teamwork and leadership.

Lawrence High School Project Graduation


Project Graduation is a series of events designed to provide Lawrence High Schools seniors with safe, drug and alcohol-free ways to celebrate their accomplishments at this most exciting time in their lives. Since 1989, the parents of Lawrence High School students and the Lawrence Township community have sponsored Project Graduation.

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Learning Ally

20 Roszel Road Princeton NJ 08540


Liberty Science Center

Liberty State Park 222 Jersey City Boulevard Jersey City NJ 7305


Literacy New Jersey, Mercer County Programs (LNJMCP)

1 North Johnston Ave., Suite A130 Hamilton NJ 08609


Literacy New Jersey, Mercer County Programs (LNJMCP) is a non-profit organization committed to improving the literacy skills of individuals aged 18 and older in Mercer County, New Jersey. LNJMCP volunteers provide free, instruction to adults at tutoring sites throughout Mercer County. We currently provide a broad menu of services, including one-on-one, small group tutoring, computer and conversation classes to over 200 adults in Mercer County. What makes LNJMCP unique is its formal training and support services for tutors, which enable tutors to build effective, long-term teaching relationships with their students.

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Mercer Council on Alcoholism & Drug Addiction

1931 Brunswick Avenue Lawrence NJ 08648

609-396-5874, ext 203

MCADA is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to strengthening the foundations of children and families by empowering them to successfully handle difficult, everyday life situations and the impact of substance abuse. MCADA actively provides quality alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse prevention and early intervention services in partnership with individuals, families, schools, communities, businesses and professionals throughout Mercer County.

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