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Bill Wakefield Honored With the 2016 Annual Leslie “Bud” Vivian Award for Community Service

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

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What is the Community Foundation?

We promote philanthropy and help generous people to give effectively.

We support local nonprofits with grants, advocacy, and professional guidance.

We are a $140 million and growing investment in the future of central New Jersey. Learn more and join us

  • Support the 2017 Annual Fund

    Thank you for supporting our vision of Thriving Philanthropy, Thriving Communities. In our 26-year history, we have built a community asset of nearly $150 million and have invested over $50 million in local non-profits. We are strong and so is our region. We are committed to your community. We work more »

  • Piper Torsilieri Wins 2017 Thomas George Artist Fund Award

    Piper Torsilieri was wrapping up her final weeks as a student at The College of New Jersey, preparing for graduation and looking for a part-time job that would provide financial support as she worked to establish a portraiture business. She was in a painting class when her cell phone buzzed. more »

  • Investing in Women and Children Equals Investing in Communities

    “Investing in women and children equals investing in communities,” Jacqueline Jones, the President & CEO of the Foundation for Child Development, told a group of almost 200 guests who gathered at our Fund for Women and Girls luncheon on May 5. At the event, Thriving Women, Thriving Communities: Breaking the more »

  • Advocacy Rules for Nonprofits

    This morning, Linda Czipo, President & CEO of the Center for Non-Profits, and Sherise D. Ritter, CPA, CGFM, CGMA, PSA, a Managing Director of The Mercadien Group, spoke about nonprofits and advocacy as part of our continuing education series for nonprofits. The seminar, Advocacy: What Nonprofits Can and Can’t Do, more »

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