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  • Collaboration is Key to This Choir’s Success

    Jeremy Harrison, 13, a Trenton resident who has been singing with the Trenton Children’s Chorus (TCC) since kindergarten, said the program taught him teamwork and to “take opportunities and run with them.” Malachi Stewart, 9, of Ewing, who also drums, would recommend the program to his peers. Nadir Roberts, a more »

  • Hurricane Harvey – How You Can Help

    We know many of our donors want to help the residents of Texas, where Hurricane Harvey has caused devastating floods and forced thousands of people to flee their homes. Here are some organizations to consider: If you would like to help people: The Mayor of Houston has established the Hurricane more »

  • Thank You For Attending a Community Impact Grant Information Session

    We would like to thank everyone who attended one of our four Mandatory Grant Information Sessions this summer. Only those organizations whose representatives attended a session may proceed to the application.* Please click here to see the list of organizations. If you need technical assistance with your application, please contact more »

  • Meet Jeremy Perlman, the Young Philanthropist Who Created the NextGen Giving Circle at the Princeton Area Community Foundation

    Jeremy Perlman wants to make a difference in his community, but knows he cannot do it alone. He believes many Millennials and Gen-Xers also want to get involved with nonprofits, but struggle to figure out how to make those connections. With help from the Princeton Area Community Foundation, he thinks more »

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