Mr. Rogers encourages us in challenging times to look for the helpers. 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.
Opportunity to support Princeton residents:
Princeton Children’s Fund Inc. has set up a new fund to help our most vulnerable neighbors, many of whom struggle during the best of times, as they face a myriad of new daily setbacks as a result of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Opportunity to support Mercer County neighbors:
Arm in Arm is going 100% mobile! The mobile food delivery services are planned to launch to specific locations beginning Thursday, March 26. Arm in Arm will be using the Assembly Room to package up the bags of food they will be delivery in the community.
Hours: Monday — Thursday, 9AM-4PM, 609-921-2135
Donation drop off: Bin has been moved back inside and drop off is by appointment (simply call when in parking lot and staff will come retrieve items).
To donate electronically: Arm in Arm
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.
You may donate electronically online (select the Hunger Fund): My Nassau
or by texting NASSAU Hunger to 73256.