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We promote philanthropy and help generous people to give effectively.

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  • Princeton Area Community Foundation Appoints Michael H. Ullmann to its Board of Trustees

    The Princeton Area Community Foundation has appointed Michael H. Ullmann, a long-time Princeton resident, to its Board of Trustees for a three-year term. Mr. Ullmann is the Executive Vice President, General Counsel of Johnson & Johnson and a member of the Company’s Executive Committee and Management Committee.

  • Ten Tips for Giving With Your Family

    The Community Foundation and BNY Mellon Wealth Management partnered on a panel discussion about Giving With Your Family, with expert speakers. The panel had great advice. Here are ten of their tips to help multiple generations learn to give together.

  • Giving With Your Grandchildren: One Family’s Story

    As a child, John D. “Jack” Wallace learned about philanthropy from his parents. Years later, he and his wife, Happy, wanted to pass those values along to their grandchildren. So, when their eldest grandson was about 10 years old, the Princeton couple created the Wallace-Gibson Grandchildren’s Fund at the Princeton more »

  • Princeton Area Community Foundation Announces New Vice-President of Grants and Programs

    The Princeton Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Nelida Valentin of Trenton will join its staff as Vice-President of Grants and Programs. “We welcome Nelida to our team with great enthusiasm,” said Jeffrey M. Vega, President & CEO of the Community Foundation. “We believe her expertise will help more »

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