Established in 2013 with a gift of $500,000 from the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Community Development Fund is an endowed fund dedicated to supporting not-for-profit organizations located in the Chamber’s five-county footprint.
Not-for-profit organizations that demonstrate a critical role in education, leadership, economic opportunity, and self-sufficiency may participate in an annual grant application process. Grant recipients are chosen by an advisory committee of Chamber members and confirmed by its Board of Directors with assistance from the Princeton Area Community Foundation.
Proposals for grants from the PRCC Community Development Fund are due to the Princeton Area Community Foundation no later than Thursday, September 15. Decisions will be announced at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon meeting on November 3, 2016. A total of $30,000 in grants will be awarded in 2016. Organizations may apply for a grant up to $10,000.
Click here for guidelines, application information, and forms.
Photo: Elizabeth Wagner, Community Foundation Vice President, Development accepts the founding gift from the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Foundation representatives Pat Ryan (Chamber Chairman & Hopewell Valley Community Bank Chairman; Kristin Appelget, Princeton University, and chair of the PRCC Community Development Fund Advisory Committee; Melissa Tenzer, Careers USA and Chair of the Princeton Regional Chamber Foundation; and Peter Crowley, CEO of the Chamber. (Photo by Vikki Hurley-Schubert)