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Princeton Community Housing

One Monument Hall Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-3822


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Princeton Family Center for Education

P. O. Box 331 Pennington NJ 08534


Princeton Family YMCA

59 Paul Robeson Place Princeton NJ 08540

609-497-9622


Princeton Perspectives

Princeton PO Box 1269 NJ 8542

609-737-7901


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Princeton Public Library

65 Witherspoon treet Princeton NJ 08542

609.924.9529


The Public Library is open to everyone for in-library use of materials and for reference services. Library cards, required for borrowing, are free to all who live in or pay taxes to Princeton Borough or Township.

The collection includes books for adults and children, magazines, newspapers, records, CDs, audio tapes and video tapes. Record and players, along with earphones, are available for listening in the library. There are telephone books for all of New Jersey and major U.S. cities, college catalogs on microfiche, large print books, ESOL texts, foreign language books, pamphlet files, consumer publications, and annual reports of local and Fortune 500 firms. These extensive resources are supplemented by a statewide network for inter-library loans and reference service.

Princeton-Blairstown Center

158 Millbrook Road Blairstown NJ 07825

908-362-6765


PBC seeks to transform the lives of vulnerable young people through integrated experiential and adventure-based programming in schools and at our outdoor campus. We collaborate with schools, university partners, and community-based agencies to develop in youth deepened self-awareness, responsible decision-making, teamwork, and leadership skills.

Riding with HEART

639 County Road 513 Pittstown NJ 08867

908-735-5912


Riding with HEART is a non-profit 501C organization, providing a safe, progressive, therapeutic environment in which physically, emotionally and developmentally challenged adults, children and their families harness the incredible power of horses as a vehicle for self awareness, self-development, and accomplishment. The RWH team consists of registered NARHA Therapeutic Riding Instructors and properly credentialed Therapists.

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Share My Meals

252 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 8542

609-337-2415


Share My Meals is a non-profit organization run by volunteers that aims to alleviate hunger and food waste in the Princeton area. We work with local entities seeking to curb the environmental impact of food waste by providing their excess inventory to people in need. Our organization connects these two realities and creates a positive outcome for our community and our environment. During the pandemic, Share My Meals has adapted its operations to launch the Share My Meals Covid-19 Program. By purchasing meals from local restaurants at the cost of goods, Share My meals has been able to help the food insecure community while allowing the restaurants to stay active and paying part of their staff members.

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Sheltered Yoga

PO Box 8295 Trenton NJ 8650

610-805-6724


Sheltered Yoga facilitates mental and behavioral health and wellness through yoga and mindfulness education. We serve individuals and communities by using a specialized evidence-based, trauma informed curriculum that fosters strong self esteem, strength, confidence, tolerance and empowerment.

Social Village @ Princeton Speech Language & Learning Center

19 Wall Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-7080


Social Village at Princeton Speech Language & Learning Center is a fun and welcoming environment where kids 8 - 23 with social challenges can get together with like-minded peers to enjoy clubs and engaging activities. Activities include Minecraft, art, anime, tabletop games, Pokémon, indoor/ outdoor recess games and more. Social Thinking® and executive functioning skills are infused into a fun experience. We facilitate social connections among members in a safe and nonjudgmental atmosphere and provide kids with varying social challenges including ADHD, Asperger’s, high-functioning autism, non-verbal learning disabilities, social anxiety, and kids that just haven’t found their “niche”. Social Village is open on Friday evenings from 6:30 – 9:00PM and on Sundays from 1-5PM. For pricing and info contact Terri Rossman at info@socialvillagenj.com or call 609-924-7080.

Stony Brook Elementary PTO



To create a community of parents and teachers by building parental involvement in the organization, and supporting teachers in their efforts to educate the children of our community.

Teen Prevention Education Program

12 Vandeventer Avenue Princeton NJ 08542

609-252-9300


The Center for Great Expectations

19B Dellwood Lane Somerset NJ 08873

732-247-7003


Grounded in a spirituality that treasures the dignity of all, The Center for Great Expectations seeks to form a partnership with homeless pregnant women in creating a safe place, a safe presence and a safe path so that they may complete a healthy pregnancy, choose the next right step and follow through on their plan.

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The Compassionate Friends

P.O. Box 3203 Mercerville NJ 08619

609-516-8047


The Compassionate Friends is a national nonprofit, self-help support organization offering friendship, understanding, and hope to families grieving the death of a child of any age, from any cause. There is no religious affiliation. There are no membership fees or dues, and all bereaved family members are welcome. The mission of The Compassionate Friends is to assist families toward the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child of any age and to provide information to help others be supportive.

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The Father Center of New Jersey

4 N. Broad Street Trenton NJ 08608

609-695-3663


UIH Family Partners is now The Father Center of New Jersey. Our new name reflects the strength of our continued mission: to provide innovative programs and services to support men in meeting the responsibilities of fatherhood. Our career counseling and workforce development programs create opportunities for fathers to gain skills and show up for their families.

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The Fresh Air Fund

633 Third Avenue, 14th Floor New York NY 10017

800-367-0003


Since 1877, The Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer vacations in the country to more than 1.7 million New York City children from disadvantaged communities. Each year, thousands of children visit volunteer host families in 13 states and Canada through the Friendly Town Program or attend Fresh Air Fund camps.

The Jewish Center of Princeton

435 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-921-0100


The Sunshine Foundation

1041 Mill Creek Drive Feasterville PA 19053

215-396-4770


The Sunshine Foundation's sole purpose is to answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children ages three to eighteen, whose families cannot fulfill their requests due to the financial strain that the child's illness may cause.

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Trenton Children's Chorus

P. O. Box 7220 Ewing NJ 08628

609-278-0822

Trenton Children's Chorus is a unique after-school program offering exceptional musical, academic, social, and personal opportunities for young people in the Greater Trenton Area. TCC offers choral music education and performance opportunities as well as drumming instruction, music theory instruction, tutoring, homework assistance, SAT prep, college application help, and summer camp scholarships. Tuition is on a sliding scale; no child is ever denied participation because of limited resources. In an urban area where the high school drop out rate of nearly fifty percent, 100% of TCC’s graduates attend college.

Trinity Counseling

353 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 08540

609.924.0060


Triple C Housing

1 Distribution Way Monmouth Junction NJ 08852

732-745-0920


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Well Beyond Partners


609.462.3141


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West Windsor Arts Center

952 Alexander Road West Windsor NJ 08550

609-716-1931

West Windsor Arts Center, the junction where the arts and community meet, offers classes and workshops, live performances (music, theatre and dance), art exhibitions, literary arts programs, film series and various special events as well as camps. The mission of the West Windsor Arts Council (WWAC) is to manage the West Windsor Arts Center and provide professional quality community arts programming in order to support, educate, inspire and promote the arts and art appreciation in the greater West Windsor community. Residents of other communities are encouraged to attend any and all programs and events. Visual, literary and performing art classes and workshops, as well as private and semi-private lessons, are offered for children, teens, adults and those with special needs.  Our teaching artists are experienced teachers and practicing professionals. Visit www.westwindsorarts.org or call 609.716.1931.

Women's Heart Foundation

PO Box 7827 West Trenton NJ 08628


Women's Heart Foundation, a 501c3 and the only non-governmental organization that implements heart disease prevention projects, is a coalition of executive nurses, civic leaders, community health directors, hospitals, women's heart centers, partners, providers and corporate sponsors responding to the health crisis of women's heart disease and the urgent need for prevention programs. WHF advocates for women and supports early intervention and excellence of care of women.

YWCA Princeton

59 Paul Robeson Place Princeton NJ 08540

609-497-2100

The YWCA Princeton received its charter in 1922; since then, we have been bringing our mission of Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women to life. We strive to meet the changing needs of our diverse community through: an After School Program for more than 500 local children at five school sites; our English as a Second Language department, that teaches English and life skills to immigrants from various socio-economic backgrounds; The Breast Cancer Resource Center, that provides information and support services to more than 5,000 women annually; our Child Care Center at Valley Road School, that provides English-language and social skill development, specifically to low-income and Latino children. We also offer many adapted classes for those with mental and physical challenges, adult education classes, an aquatics program, arts & crafts, fitness and martial arts for women, and a dance program for children and adults. Financial assistance is available.

YWCA Princeton Breast Cancer Resource Center

YWCA Princeton 2 Preservation Place Princeton NJ 08540

609-497-2100


The Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC) is a program of the non-profit YWCA Princeton. BCRC is dedicated to providing information and support to women and families affected by breast cancer, and to increasing awareness of breast cancer in the community.

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Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer



The Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer is part of a worldwide service organization of professionals working together to improve the status of women and children.We provide service to individuals and their families, fundraising to support important service projects as well as enriching our members’ personal lives. Rave Walk mayor cuts ribbonZonta International selects service projects in various countries to benefit the legal, political, economic, educational, health and professional status of women worldwide.

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