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Princeton Area Community Foundation’s Fund for Women and Girls Awards $132,500 in Grants

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  • Fund for Women and Girls Awards $101,500 in Grants to 11 Local Nonprofits

    The Princeton Area Community Foundation’s Fund for Women and Girls (FWG) has awarded $101,500 in grants to 11 local nonprofits. “Our Fund is comprised of dedicated community members who are committed to improving the lives of economically vulnerable woman and girls in Central New Jersey,’’ said Carolyn Sanderson, FWG Chair. more »

  • Photos and Resources From our Leadership Seminar

    We’d like to thank everyone who attended our Advanced Management Tools: Critical Conversations For Leadership Development seminar, featuring Kaytura Felix, MD, Managing Director – Program at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. To view the presentation from Dr. Felix, please click here.

  • Donor Advised Funds: Convenient and Efficient Philanthropy, Says Norm Klath

    Norm and Nancy Klath made their home in Princeton in 1966. In their early days here, both worked demanding jobs and had little time for volunteer work. Norm commuted to JP Morgan in New York City on a train so packed with people — at its worst in the 1970s more »

  • All Kids Thrive

    The Princeton Area Community Foundation’s All Kids Thrive Request for Proposals (RFP) and the Letter of Intent are now available. The RFP is available here. The Letter of Intent (LOI) application is available here. On one measure of child well-being — education — Mercer County ranks 19th out of 21 more »

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