Opportunities for Community Support

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” ― Fred Rogers

Below are a few ways you can join in helping our community in the weeks ahead. As we all practice physical distancing and social solidarity, the most direct way to support non-profit organizations is through monetary donations. Whether or not you are able to give financially at this time, we invite you to pray for the helpers in our world and to make an extra phone call each week checking in on friends and neighbors.

2021 Calendar Donations

The Mass Incarceration Task Force is collecting 2021 Calendars (stapled together only, no spiral bound) to send to those incarcerated in East Jersey State Prison. The calendars are a small sign of care, but they mean a great deal to the recipients. Collection boxes are located at the home of Marcia Van Dyck and at Nassau Church near the playground entrance. Contact Lauren Yeh.

Opportunity to support Mercer County neighbors:

Arm in Arm launched mobile food delivery during the pandemic. They are using the Assembly Room to package bags of food to deliver in the community.

Hours: Monday — Thursday, 9AM-4PM, 609-921-2135
Donation drop off: Bin is located outside the playground door.

To donate electronically: Arm in Arm

Arm in Arm is in great need of volunteers at the two Trenton pantries as well as Princeton. In Trenton, volunteers are needed to bag groceries inside, while clients are served outside. Volunteers are also needed to deliver food in Princeton and greet clients as they arrive. All involved are masked and safely spread out.

To volunteer in Trenton, please visit the Arm in Arm website or sign up through the links below:

Donations to Nassau Presbyterian’s Hunger Offering are always appreciated as well.

We are committed to receiving the hunger offering until all are fed. The Hunger Offering is distributed locally, nationally, and internationally through Send Hunger Packing Princeton, HomeFront, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and the Uniting Reformed Church in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

Through your generosity, two additional partners have been added to the hunger offering recipients—Arm in Arm and Capital YMCA in Trenton. The Mission & Outreach Committee are including all seven organizations in the hunger offering as long as we can maintain average giving to our five original hunger partners.

You may donate electronically online (select the Hunger Fund): My Nassau

or by texting NASSAU Hunger to 73256.

Thank you for all the ways, small and large, you are helping in response to COVID-19.





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