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The Community Well

The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville 2188 Main Street Lawrenceville NJ 8648

609-896-1212 X110


The Community Well is a community wellness center that extends that operates out of The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville. We believe that wellness is not just about the body – but also about the mind, the spirit, and something else that's most important: human purpose. We believe that the human spirit's deepest yearning is actually to serve; to be used for some greater purpose. The Community Well provides services to help individuals find wholeness in each of these areas, especially in helping people to find ways that they can serve other human beings.

The Parkinson Alliance

PO Box 308 Kingston NJ 08528

800-579-8440

Children's Futures

28 West State Street Suite 305 Trenton NJ 08608

609-695-1977

Council for Relationships

Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville 2688 Main Street Lawrenceville NJ 8648

215-382-6680


Council for Relationships is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help people from all walks of life improve their important relationships by providing exemplary therapy, educating and training clinicians in the family systems approach, and advancing the behavioral health field through research.

YWCA Princeton

59 Paul Robeson Place Princeton NJ 08540

609-497-2100


The YWCA Princeton received its charter in 1922; since then, we have been bringing our mission of Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women to life. We strive to meet the changing needs of our diverse community through: an After School Program for more than 500 local children at five school sites; our English as a Second Language department, that teaches English and life skills to immigrants from various socio-economic backgrounds; The Breast Cancer Resource Center, that provides information and support services to more than 5,000 women annually; our Child Care Center at Valley Road School, that provides English-language and social skill development, specifically to low-income and Latino children. We also offer many adapted classes for those with mental and physical challenges, adult education classes, an aquatics program, arts & crafts, fitness and martial arts for women, and a dance program for children and adults. Financial assistance is available.

Trenton Children's Chorus

P. O. Box 7220 Ewing NJ 08628

609-278-0822

Trenton Children's Chorus is a unique after-school program offering exceptional musical, academic, social, and personal opportunities for young people in the Greater Trenton Area. TCC offers choral music education and performance opportunities as well as drumming instruction, music theory instruction, tutoring, homework assistance, SAT prep, college application help, and summer camp scholarships. Tuition is on a sliding scale; no child is ever denied participation because of limited resources. In an urban area where the high school drop out rate of nearly fifty percent, 100% of TCC’s graduates attend college.

Access Princeton

400 Witherspoon Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-4141


Access Princeton is here to answer all your questions about Municipal services. We are located in the Administration office at 400 Witherspoon St. If you have questions about municipal services or want to report a non-emergency problem in town Access Princeton is here to help. You can call 609-924-4141, report it using the mobile app or on line at https://www.princetonnj.gov/departments/access-princeton. Access Princeton is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.

ASHA - Princeton

2125 NJ-33 Hamilton Square NJ 08690

609-890-1400

Boys and Girls Clubs of Mercer County

212 Centre Street Trenton NJ 08611

Centurion Ministries

221 Witherspoon Street Princeton NJ 08542

Community Options, Inc.

16 Farber Road Princeton NJ 08540

609-951-9900

Focus America

P.O. Box 267 Convent Station NJ 07961

862-812-0548

Funeral Consumers Alliance of Princeton

50 Cherry Hill Road Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-3320

Social Village @ Princeton Speech Language & Learning Center

19 Wall Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-7080


Social Village at Princeton Speech Language & Learning Center is a fun and welcoming environment where kids 8 - 23 with social challenges can get together with like-minded peers to enjoy clubs and engaging activities. Activities include Minecraft, art, anime, tabletop games, Pokémon, indoor/ outdoor recess games and more. Social Thinking® and executive functioning skills are infused into a fun experience. We facilitate social connections among members in a safe and nonjudgmental atmosphere and provide kids with varying social challenges including ADHD, Asperger’s, high-functioning autism, non-verbal learning disabilities, social anxiety, and kids that just haven’t found their “niche”. Social Village is open on Friday evenings from 6:30 – 9:00PM and on Sundays from 1-5PM. For pricing and info contact Terri Rossman at info@socialvillagenj.com or call 609-924-7080.

Adoptive Parents Organization of Central NJ

P.O. Box 8882 Hamilton NJ 08650


The Adoptive Parents Organization of Central New Jersey (APO) is a support group for families in all phases of adoption. Our members have formed families through different types of adoption – domestic, international, open, semi-open and closed. We have worked with many adoption agencies in the Central New Jersey area.

Advocates For Special Kids(ASK)



ASK grew out of a shared vision of parents of special needs children. We saw the need for a resource for families seeking answers and support in what can be a challenging journey. ASK, a district-wide Parent Teacher Organization (P.T.O.), serves children placed in all schools in Lawrence Township District, as well as in out of district placements.

Alzheimer's New Jersey

400 Morris Avenue, #251 Denville NJ 07834

973-586-4300

American Cancer Society

2600 US Highway 1 North Brunswick NJ 08902


Together with our millions of supporters, the American Cancer Society (ACS) saves lives and creates a world with less cancer and more birthdays by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back. The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the ACS has 12 chartered Divisions, more than 900 local offices nationwide, and a presence in more than 5,100 communities.

American Diabetes Association

1160 U.S. 22 CenterPointe II, Suite 103 Bridgewater NJ 08807

732-469-7979

Arm in Arm

123 East Hanover Street Trenton NJ 08608

609-396-9355

Art Pride New Jersey

432 High Street Burlington NJ 08016

609-479-3377

Attitudes In Reverse



The mission of A.I.R. Attitudes In Reverse® is to educate society about mental health. People need to know that the best suicide prevention plan is a good mental health awareness program. In addition, A.I.R. tries to educate that ALL people should be treated with dignity, respect, and understanding, no matter what illness they might have. If people “act different” there is a very good chance that there is a diagnosed or non-diagnosed mental illness, and should NOT to be judged or criticized.

Autism New Jersey

500 Horizon Drive Robbinsville NJ 08691

609-588-8200

Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice

21 Wiggins Street Princeton NJ 8540

609-273-1650

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mercer County, Inc.

535 East Franklin Street Trenton NJ 08610

609-656-1000

Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey

825 Georges Road, Second Floor North Brunswick NJ 08902

732-745-0200


The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey is the only non-profit organization in the state dedicated to brain injury. Our mission is to support and advocate for individuals affected by brain injury and raise public awareness through education and prevention.

Breast Cancer Resource Center

YWCA Princeton 59 Paul Robeson Place Princeton NJ 08540

609-497-2126


The Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC) is a program of the non-profit YWCA Princeton. BCRC is dedicated to providing information and support to women and families affected by breast cancer, and to increasing awareness of breast cancer in the community.

Building Our Youth's Development (B.O.Y.D.)

P.O. Box 1069 Trenton NJ 08607

609-954-2033


Building Our Youth's Development is a character-education and life-skills organization designed to motivate and empower students in grades three through twelve. B.O.Y.D. also includes parents and guardians of our participants to create cohesive shifts in family paradigms.

Buy Veteran

429 Mill Street Coraopolis PA 15108


Buy Veteran is a national campaign spearheaded by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) to bring the success and momentum of the National Veteran Business Movement to all of America’s 3 million veteran-owned businesses. In 1999, the federal government passed Public Law 106-50 that set a mandate to award 3 percent of all federal contract and subcontract dollars to service-disabled veteran-owned businesses.

CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties

180 Ewingville Road Ewing NJ 08638

609-434-0050

CHADD of Mercer County

Fusion Academy 116 Stanhope Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-731-7556


CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is the nation's leading non-profit organization serving individuals with AD/HD and their families. CHADD has over 16,000 members in 200 local chapters throughout the U.S. Chapters offer support for individuals, parents, teachers, professionals, and others.

Car Donation 4 Kids

21 Huguenot St New Rochelle NY 10801

866-674-4528


We are dedicated to financially supporting children and families of children diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening diseases. We are extending a support system to the community by providing a caring resource in which temporary and timely assistance is given to children and their families who find themselves in need of clothing, food, and emergency assistance.

Catholic Charities of Trenton

383 West State Street Trenton NJ 08607

609-394-5181


We are a faith-inspired social services agency with more than 100 years of experience. Our mission directs us to alleviate human suffering and we do that through a wide variety of services that include behavioral healthcare, domestic violence prevention and treatment, help with basic needs, housing assistance, job training and supported employment, and addiction treatment. We are a non-profit recognized by the Chronicle of Philanthropy as one of the most fiscally efficient in the country, using less than 10 percent of our revenue for administrative costs.

Center For Nonprofit Success

3307 19th Street NW Suite A4 Washington 20010

Central Jersey Mothers of Multiples (CJMOM)

Emily C. Reynolds Middle School Hamilton NJ


CJMOM is a non-profit organization offering a supportive network of friends with common joys and challenges. Meet with us to share experiences, gain information, and socialize with other families of multiples

Cerebral Palsy Association of Middlesex County

Roosevelt Park 10 Oak Drive Edison NJ 08837

732-549-6187


The Cerebral Palsy Association of Middlesex County is dedicated to the provision of comprehensive, superior, multi-faceted programs of service to individuals with developmental and related disabilities regardless of race, gender, creed, economic status or age.

Children Incorporated

4205 Dover Road Richmond VA 23221

800-538-5381

Christine's Hope for Kids Foundation

731 Alexander Road, Suite 203 Princeton NJ 08540


It is the mission of Christine’s Hope for Kids Foundation to raise money to help underprivileged children in the United States, provide them with opportunities to learn, laugh, grow and excel, and provide experiences that will have a positive impact on their lives. Each donation will be made with the message to pay it forward, and believe that each person can make a difference every day by just being a little bit kinder and helping others when they can. This was how Christine lived her life everyday. This is the legacy this foundation will carry on.

City of Angels NJ, Inc.

P.O. Box 10237 Trenton NJ 08650

609-910-4942


City of Angels NJ, Inc. realizes that addiction is a devastating disease that destroys too many lives, and seeks to foster strong relationships with the community, schools, the criminal justice system and various treatment centers in order to bridge the gap between addiction and a healthy lifestyle.

Coalition for Medical Marijuana--New Jersey, Inc.

219 Woodside Avenue Trenton NJ 08618

609-394-2137

Colin's Kids

3 Bailey Drive Princeton NJ 08540


Colin's Kids' mission is to provide critical funding to advance medical research related to the diagnosis, life-improving treatment, cure and prevention of congenital heart defects; and to provide rapid response financial assistance to economically strained families struggling to obtain the best available care for their children.

Contact of Mercer County


800-273-TALK(8255)


CONTACT of Mercer County is a non-profit, volunteer organization with over 200 active volunteers. Our Mission is to provide free and compassionate listening, crisis intervention and safety services to those in need.

Corner House

One Monument Drive Princeton NJ 08542

609-924-8018

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

6931 Arlington Road, 2nd floor Bethesda MD 20814

301-951-4422

Day by Day Hope Foundation



A foundation designed to help middle income & self-employed families facing the devastating effects of Cancer by providing support with day to day activities such as meals, household chores and yard services, as well as assistance navigating the financial, legal and insurance issues they may be facing.

Decoding Dyslexia



Decoding Dyslexia - NJ is a grassroots movement driven by NJ families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public schools. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in NJ public schools.

Dress for Success Central New Jersey

3131 Princeton Pike Building 4 Suite 209 Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-896-4112

The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

EDSers United

10 Schalks Crossing Road Ste. 501-283 Plainsboro NJ 08536

201-702-4075


EDSers United is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the EDS community. Together we must Stay Strong and Stay Connected for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS). You are encouraged to utilize the information and resources provided to you via EDSers United and to join our efforts in raising global awareness for EDS and for raising funds for EDS research.

Eden Autism Services

One Eden Way Princeton NJ 08540

609-987-0099

Einstein’s Alley



Einstein’s Alley is a private, non-profit economic development initiative located in Central New Jersey. Our mission is to foster economic growth through advocacy and delivery of services that will: Attract new companies to the area, Retain existing business, Encourage the growth of jobs and services. Einstein’s Alley’s job is to make Central New Jersey the destination for technology companies.

Elixir Fund

P.O. Box 326 Princeton Junction NJ 08550

800-494-9228

Enable NJ

13 Roszel Road, Suite B110 Princeton NJ 08540

609-987-5003

Executive Women's Golf Association(EWGA) - Central New Jersey Chapter

P.O. Box 335 West Windsor NJ 08561

732-828-4653


Since 1991, the EWGA has touched the lives of over 100,000 women. This not-for-profit membership association currently has nearly 20,000 members in over 120 chapters throughout the United States, along with international Chapters in Canada and France, offering a wide range of organized golf activities, player development and education programs, volunteer, social and networking opportunities for both novice and experienced golfers.

FACT Bucks County

P. O. Box 72 New Hope PA 18938

215-862-3325


FACT Bucks County is dedicated to providing financial assistance as a point of last resort to those individuals living with HIV/AIDS who reside in Bucks, Hunterdon and Mercer Counties in order to maintain independence and quality of life. FACT Bucks County is also dedicated to reducing the spread of HIV through educational grants to local community based organizations.

Financial Women's Association

215 Park Avenue South New York NY 10003

212-533-2141


The Financial Women’s Association brings together high achieving professionals from every sector of the financial world. We are dedicated to developing future leaders, enhancing the role of women in finance, and investing in the community.

Foster and Adoptive Family Services

P.O. Box 518 4301 Route 1 South 4301 Route 1 South Monmouth Junction NJ 08852

609-520-1500


Our mission is to provide support, training and advocacy to meet the special needs of foster, adoptive and kinship families, who provide safe, stable and nurturing homes for children in foster care.

Friends and Neighbors in Action (FNA)

300 Rike Drive, Suite A Suite A Millstone Township NJ 08535


Friends and Neighbors in Action (FNA) is a non-profit organization that assists those who suffer from serious chronic and debilitating diseases. We fund research, education, and community support programs to assist in finding cures and improving patient care and quality of life. So far, FNA has raised over $200,000 to lend a hand to those in need. Through joint events with established charity organizations, FNA provides support to a variety of causes that affect the Central New Jersey community, both at the organizational and individual family levels. Our support ranges from long-term goals, such as funding research, to individual emergencies. We can quickly mobilize the community to help a family in need.

Friends' Health Connection

P.O. Box 114 New Brunswick NJ 08903

Friendship Circle of Greater Mercer County

103B Kingston Terrace Drive Princeton NJ 08540

Garden State Equality

40 S Fullerton Avenue Montclair NJ 07042

973-GSE-LGBT


Garden State Equality is New Jersey’s statewide advocacy and education organization for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

Good Grief

12 Stockton Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-498-6674

Good Grief's mission is to normalize grief in our communities through education, advocacy and year-round grief support programs for grieving children, teens and adults. Good Grief is a loving and supportive community, a home and a refuge, for New Jersey’s grieving children. Through our peer-support programs and educational workshops, Good Grief creates a community and environment that normalizes grief and honors the individual grief journey. At Good Grief, we believe children are resilient and have an innate ability to heal after a death, and that a supportive community makes all the difference!

Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County and Greater Trenton-Princeton

530 Route 38 East Maple Shade NJ 08052

856-439 -6717


Putting Faith into action, Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County and Greater Trenton-Princeton partners with families in need and volunteers to transform lives through decent and affordable housing.

Hackensack Meridian Health Carrier Clinic

252 County Road 601 Belle Mead NJ 08502

(800) 933-3579

Health & Wellness Professional Network


973-761-5758


HWPN is a community of practitioners, business owners and volunteers who help people thrive by promoting a healthy, mind, body and spirit. We collaborate to expand wellness choices and educate our clients, our communities and each other.

HiTops

21 Wiggins Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-683-5155


HiTops is a health education and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring every adolescent safe passage to adulthood by providing comprehensive sexuality education and promoting healthy relationships and supportive connections.

HomeFront

1880 Princeton Ave. Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-989-9417

HomeFront’s mission is to end homelessness in Central New Jersey by harnessing the caring, resources and expertise of the community. We lessen the immediate pain of homelessness and help families become self-sufficient. We work to give our clients the skills and opportunities to ensure adequate incomes, and we work to increase the availability of adequate, affordable housing. We help homeless families advocate for themselves individually and collectively.

Hope Loves Company

65 Main St., Suite 101 Pennington NJ 08534

609.730.1144


Hope Loves Company is the only non-profit dedicated to providing both emotional and educational support to children and young adults who had or have a loved one battling with ALS.

Hopewell Valley Municipal Alliance

201 Washington Crossing-Pennington Road Titusville NJ 08560

737-0120, Ext. 642

Hopewell Valley Recreation Foundation

P.O. Box 491 Pennington NY 08534

609-737-7862


The Recreation Foundation of Hopewell Valley has been the area’s premier advocate for facilities that provide active and healthy recreational options for area youth since 1999. Foundation Trustees include the heads of all the major recreation providers in Hopewell Valley. Through creative and successful fundraising activities resulting in donations of over $750,000, the Foundation has been the driving force in the construction of five multi-use fields at the Athletic Fields at Timberlane. The Recreation Foundation’s tireless efforts to alleviate the acute shortage of recreational facilities in the Valley have provided hundreds of youngsters in scholastic sports programs, as well as recreational leagues, with safe and convenient playing fields. The Foundation’s work serves as a powerful example of the importance of community partnerships with local schools and dedication to the healthy development of the Valley’s youth.

Hopewell Valley Veterans Association

P.O. Box 394 Pennington NJ 08534


It is the mission of the Hopewell Valley Veterans Association (HVVA) to establish and promote friendship, camaraderie, understanding and cooperation between all veterans, members of the Association and the Residents of Hopewell Valley. It is also the mission of the Hopewell Valley Veterans Association to erect and care for a permanent memorial park for 17,000 plus residents of Hopewell Valley.

Hopewell-Keroka Alliance (HKA)



The Hopewell-Keroka Alliance (HKA) is a public non-profit organization that focuses on raising awareness in the Hopewell Valley Community of the needs of the people of the Keroka Community. HKA raises funds to support the health and education of the people of Keroka and to improve the infrastructure in the Keroka area.

Housing Initiatives of Princeton

33 Mercer Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-279-6987

I Am Trenton

P.O. Box 1743 Trenton NJ 08607

609-656-0222

Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County

3635 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 16 Hamilton NJ 08619

609-393-9922


Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County (formerly Interfaith Caregivers Trenton) is a nonprofit organization established in 1994 to improve the quality of life and help meet the concerns and special needs of homebound elderly and people with disabilities in Mercer County, NJ.

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Mercer

4 Princess Road, Suite 206 Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-219-0555


The Foundation is a donor-driven organization. We represent the entire Jewish community. The Foundation works in cooperation with United Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks, local agencies, synagogues, and other charitable organizations. We are the endowment arm that supports all 501(c) (3) organizations in the interest of our donors.

Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks

4 Princess Road, Suite 206 Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-219-0555

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

26 Broadway New York NY 10004

800-533-CURE

Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund

714-716 S Clinton Ave Trenton NJ 08611

609-688-0881


Established in 2004, LALDEF promotes the rights of all immigrants, with a focus on the Latin American community in the Mercer County area, facilitates access to health care, education and legal representation; advocates for the integration of immigrants; and fosters inter-cultural communication to strengthen our communities. We seek to prevent human rights violations, educate immigrants about their rights and responsibilities, and foster their integration into the civic fabric of our communities.

Lawrence Road Fire Company

1252 Lawrence Road Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-883-0559

Let's Say Thanks



The mission of Let's Say Thanks is to provide a way for individuals across the country to recognize U.S. troops stationed overseas. By submitting a message through this site you have the opportunity to send a free personalized postcard greeting to deployed servicemen and women.

LifeTies, Inc.

2205 Pennington Road Ewing NJ 08638

609-771-1600

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

Princeton Alliance Church 20 Schalks Crossing Road Plainsboro NJ 08536

609-799-9000 ext.15

Marna's Pals

P.O. Box 366 Kingston NJ 08528

347)-8-OURPAL


Marna’s Pals, aka The Marna Pal Memorial Scholarship Fund, was founded in January of 2012 by Elizabeth Diaz and David Pal as a charitable organization that helps students whose families have been affected by cancer. This organization was names in honor of David’s mother, Marna, who passed away from Pancreatic Cancer in 2008, when David was a Freshman at Rutgers. This traumatic experience was only two years after David’s father, Thomas, passed away from cardiac complications. Having gone through a very challenging two years, David was fortunate to receive scholarships from Rutgers towards his education, and because of this assistance, David and Liz wanted to help more students in the same way.

Meals on Wheels of Mercer County

320 Hollowbrook Drive Mercer County Ewing NJ 8638

609-695-3483

Meals on Wheels programs serve homebound seniors who are over 60 in their communities. Meals on Wheels of Mercer County also serves a growing population of those under 60, who find themselves unable to cook or shop due to the onset of a debilitating disease, or another life changing situation that makes them homebound. This could be temporary, or for a longer term. Currently, this population represents 17% of who we serve, and is growing. They are “invisible” as our homebound seniors once were, and equally as vulnerable to food insecurity. Meals on Wheels of Mercer County is also unique in that we provide a significant number of subsidies for those who cannot afford the cost of our meals. We subsidize heavily in the City of Trenton, although homebound individuals on a fixed income are all our neighbors.

Men Mentoring Men

125 West End Ave Somerville NJ 08876s

908-707-0774


Men Mentoring Men is a self-sustaining council of thoughtful men dedicated to participation in and appreciation of the triumphs and failures of life’s journey by enriching the lives of each other, those we love and the community at large.

Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness



Founded in 2004, the Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness is a public-private partnership of the county?s business, government and nonprofit sectors. We develop strategies to ent and end homelessness in Mercer County, New Jersey.

Mercer Council on Alcoholism & Drug Addiction

1931 Brunswick Avenue Lawrence NJ 08648

609-396-5874, ext 203


MCADA is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to strengthening the foundations of children and families by empowering them to successfully handle difficult, everyday life situations and the impact of substance abuse. MCADA actively provides quality alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse prevention and early intervention services in partnership with individuals, families, schools, communities, businesses and professionals throughout Mercer County.

Mercer County Estate Planning Council


609-252-9667


The Mercer County Estate Planning Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the field of Estate Planning. Our members consist of accountants, attorneys, financial planners, life underwriters, trust officers, as well as other professionals involved in Estate Planning.

Mercer County Family Support Organization

3535 Quakerbridge Road IBIS Plaza / Suite 4003535 IBIS Plaza / Suite 400 Hamilton NJ 08619

609-586-1200

Millhill Child & Family Development

101 Oakland Street Trenton NJ 08618

609-989-7333

Minding Our Business


609-731-9311


Minding Our Business, Inc. is a non-profit organization that began in 1997 as a community outreach program of Rider University’s College of Business Administration. The mission of Minding Our Business, Inc. (MOB) is to change the lives of low income youth and their communities through entrepreneurship. Having trained and mentored more than 3,000 local middle school students in starting and running their own businesses, Minding Our Business currently operates three distinct educational and mentoring programs focused on experiential learning.

Mocha Moms of Mercer County, NJ

P.O. Box 7212 West Trenton NJ

Moms Club of Hamilton

P.O. Box 10513 Trenton NJ 08650

Mount Carmel Guild of Trenton

73 North Clinton Avenue Trenton NJ 08609

609-392-5159

MovingMindsForward Foundation(MMF Foundation)


732-707-7663


MovingMindsForward Foundation (“MMF Foundation”) believes each child has the right to a free, appropriate and effective education to help facilitate their transition into adulthood & their opportunity to reach their full potential and their desire to become an active, appreciated member of society. MMF Foundation is dedicated and passionate about helping as many families as possible realize that dream!

National Junior Tennis League(NJTL) of Trenton

439 South Broad Street, Suite 208 Trenton NJ 08611

609-341-1698


The mission of National Junior Tennis & Learning of Trenton is to strengthen the character and enhance the lives of youths by providing opportunities and instruction in nutrition, education and tennis.

Neighbors Inc.


908-581-3998


We are an innovative 501(c)(3) non-profit organization designed to support people with disabilities and their families in choosing and creating a life for themselves within their local towns and neighborhoods.

New Jersey Association on Correction

986 South Broad Street Trenton NJ 08611

609-396-8900

New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse

375 East McFarlan St. Dover NJ 07801

800-367-6274


We provide you with information and contacts on any of over 6,750 NJ support groups, over 1,200 national and online groups, and over 100 people who are seeking others to start new local groups.

New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NJSHA)

66 Witherspoon Street Princeton NJ 08542

888-906-5742


The mission of the New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NJSHA) is to serve audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language or hearing scientists by providing resources, information, programs, and services that meet members' needs; promoting public awareness; and advocating for professional standards, legislation, and regulation necessary to provide the highest quality of care for the individuals they serve.

New Jersey Women and Aids Network

103 Bayard Street, 3rd Floor New Brunswick NJ 08901

732-846-4462

New Jersey Young Professionals

Info@NJYP.org


New Jersey Young Professionals is about getting out and making friends! There are thousands of members and a whopping 20-30 Official Events per month. Members meet at restaurants, bars, in coffee houses, at comedy clubs, and even outdoors. We get together to taste wine, honor the happy hour, network, play board games, hike, bike, and so much more.

Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey (NOFA-NJ)

334 River Road Hillsborough NJ 08844

908-371-1111

OCD New jersey

60 MacAfee Road Somerset NJ 08873

732- 828-0099


This affiliate is a community of those who have an interest in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Our goals are modeled after those outlined by the national Obsessive Compulsive Foundation. Our goals are to: Raise awareness and educate the public and professional communities about the disorder at a local level. To support individuals afflicted and their significant others. Support research into the causes and treatments of the disorder.

One Simple Wish

1977 North Olden Ave, #292 Trenton NJ 08618

609-883-8484

One Table Cafe

33 Mercer Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-2277, ext 352

Oyster Bowl

Blue Point Grill 258 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 08542


New Jersey’s Oyster Bowl is an annual oyster eating contest to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure Central and South Jersey. Hundreds of spectators gather each year to watch contestants devour all the oysters they can in a two-minute period, enjoy the once-yearly chance to have lunch at Blue Point Grill, enter to win fabulous raffle prizes, and participate in family-friendly activities. Whether you’re attempting to beat last year’s record of 89 oysters, or just want to join in the fun and support a good cause — please join us!

PALS (Pennington Adult Living Services)

46 Yard Road Pennington NJ 8534

609-737-4469


Pennington Adult Living Services (PALS). PALS is fully licensed by the New Jersey Department of Developmental Disabilities to offer services and intervention that ultimately assist individuals with autism achieve more independent, productive and happy lives.

PEI Kids

231 Lawrence Road Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-695-3739

Parents Of Autistic Children (POAC)

1999 Route 88 Brick NJ 08724

888-460-7622


Parents Of Autistic Children (POAC), a nonprofit organization formed, is the educational leader for the autism community providing more free training than any other organization. Additionally, POAC provides recreational and support services to children with autism and their families. The costs of such services are prohibitive for most families.

Parkinson’s Unity Walk

PO Box 275 Kingston NJ 08528

866-789-9255

Pennington Autism Lifelong Services, Inc. (PALS)

46 Yard Road Pennington NJ 08534

609-651-1387

Plainsboro Rescue Squad (PRS)

621 Plainsboro Road Plainsboro NJ 08536

609-799-2180

Preservation New Jersey, Inc.

30 South Warren Street Trenton NJ 08608-2002

609.392.6409

Princeton Community Housing

One Monument Hall Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-3822

Princeton Community Works


609-924-8652


Community Works is designed to support the partnership between volunteers and nonprofit agencies by addressing three key elements of success: 1. Networking - to bring likeminded people together to get acquainted and establish ties. 2. Increase awareness of community resources - to avoid duplication of services and enable appropriate referrals and collaborations. 3. Training - to equip volunteers, staff and administrators with the knowledge and skills necessary to accomplish significant work. Community Works brings people face to face to build new bridges and strengthen the bonds that already exist between them.

Princeton Education Foundation

P.O. Box 176 Princeton NJ 08540

609-806-4214


Our Mission is to support educational excellence in the Princeton Regional Schools by encouraging community, corporate and charitable contributions to support public education. From academics to the arts, fitness to fieldtrips, your contributions will help public education flourish in Princeton.

Princeton House Behavioral Health

741 Mt. Lucas Road Princeton NJ 08540

609.497.3343

Princeton Senior Resource Center

45 Stockton Street Princeton NJ 08540

609-924-7108

Princeton-Blairstown Center

158 Millbrook Road Blairstown NJ 07825

908-362-6765


PBC seeks to transform the lives of vulnerable young people through integrated experiential and adventure-based programming in schools and at our outdoor campus. We collaborate with schools, university partners, and community-based agencies to develop in youth deepened self-awareness, responsible decision-making, teamwork, and leadership skills.

Professional Services Group of Mercer County

65 Wiggins Street Princeton NJ 08542

Project Freedom

547 Greenwood Avenue Trenton NJ 08609

609-396-7633

Project Freedom, Lawrence

1 Freedom Boulevard Lawrence NJ 08648

609-278-0075

Rescue Mission of Trenton

98 Carroll Street Trenton NJ 08609


The Rescue Mission of Trenton, New Jersey, is the agency in the City of Trenton that serves the truly needy men and women who have no place to turn for shelter, food, and clothing. The Mission provides a safe, clean, warm refuge for the homeless, the hungry, the transient, and the addicted. The Mission provides services and counseling to encourage individuals to reach their greatest potential. The Mission creates an environment where one can live with dignity, build self-esteem, experience love, responsibility, and hope.

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Mercer County

60 South Main Street Pennington NJ 08534

609-883-2880

Rise/Community Action Service Center

116 North Main Street Hightstown NJ 08520

609-443-4464


Rise is the primary non-profit social service organization in eastern Mercer County, NJ. We provide referral and support services to families and individuals in need. We offer a wide range of programs that help struggling members of our local community build independence and achieve their full potential.

Rita Allen Foundation

92 Nassau Street, 3rd Floor Princeton NJ 08542

609-683-8010


The Rita Allen Foundation invests in transformative ideas in their earliest stages to leverage their growth and promote breakthrough solutions to significant problems.

SAGE Coalition



S.A.G.E. Coalition is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in Trenton, NJ dedicated to initiating, planning and establishing inner-city beautification projects.

SCORE Princeton


609-393-0505


SCORE "Counselors to America's Small Business" is the best source of free and confidential small business advice to help you build your business from idea to start-up to success. The SCORE Association, headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneurial education and the formation, growth and success of small businesses nationwide.

SERV Behavioral Health System

20 Scotch Road Ewing NJ 08628

609-406-0100

Send Hunger Packing Princeton (SHUPP)

One Monument Hall Princeton NJ 08540

609-688-2055


The mission of SHUPPrinceton is to provide child-friendly supplemental weekend food through community organization and community financial support.

Share Our Strength

c/o Drinker Biddle & Reath Box 627 Princeton NJ 08542

609-924-FOOD

Shark Research Institute

P.O. Box 40 Princeton NJ 08540

609-921-3522

Sheltered Yoga

PO Box 8295 Trenton NJ 8650

610-805-6724


Sheltered Yoga facilitates mental and behavioral health and wellness through yoga and mindfulness education. We serve individuals and communities by using a specialized evidence-based, trauma informed curriculum that fosters strong self esteem, strength, confidence, tolerance and empowerment.

Successfully Speak Up Toastmasters

Princeton Fitness and Wellness 1225 State Road (Route 206) Princeton NJ 08540

609-306-0515

Susan G Komen for the Cure Central & South Jersey

2 Princess Road, Suite D Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-896-1201

Teal Tea Foundation

PO Box 6645 Lawrenceville NJ 08648


Our mission is to help raise ovarian cancer awareness and to support research efforts focused on early detection, treatments and the cure for ovarian cancer. We are dedicated to helping all women with their quality of life and long term recovery.

Teal Wings of Hope Foundation

P.O. Box 2882 Hamilton NJ 08690


Our mission is to educate and promote awareness of Ovarian Cancer and provide support for all people touched by the disease.

Teen PEP

Center for Supportive Schools (New Jersey) 911 Commons Way Princeton NJ 08540

609-252-9300

The Bag Project

3150 Brunswick Pike, Suite 230 Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-631-5525


The Bag Project is transforming the experiences of children navigating through crisis and transition. We do this in a tangible way: by providing children in crisis with a high-quality, age-appropriate bag filled with basic necessities and comfort items which they may not otherwise receive and, hopefully, lessen the effects of a traumatic experience.

The Center for Great Expectations

19B Dellwood Lane Somerset NJ 08873

732-247-7003


Grounded in a spirituality that treasures the dignity of all, The Center for Great Expectations seeks to form a partnership with homeless pregnant women in creating a safe place, a safe presence and a safe path so that they may complete a healthy pregnancy, choose the next right step and follow through on their plan.

The Compassionate Friends

P.O. Box 3203 Mercerville NJ 08619

609-516-8047


The Compassionate Friends is a national nonprofit, self-help support organization offering friendship, understanding, and hope to families grieving the death of a child of any age, from any cause. There is no religious affiliation. There are no membership fees or dues, and all bereaved family members are welcome. The mission of The Compassionate Friends is to assist families toward the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child of any age and to provide information to help others be supportive.

The CureSearch Walk

4600 East West Highway Bethesda MD 20814

The Moms Club of Plainsboro


plainsboromomsclub@yahoo.com

The Moms Club of Titusville & Hopewell


momsclubtitusvillehopewell@yah

The Sunshine Foundation

1041 Mill Creek Drive Feasterville PA 19053

215-396-4770


The Sunshine Foundation's sole purpose is to answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children ages three to eighteen, whose families cannot fulfill their requests due to the financial strain that the child's illness may cause.

Therapy Source, Inc.

5215 Militia Hill Road Plymouth Meeting PA 19462

484- 342-2000

Tourette Syndrome Association of New Jersey, Inc.

50 Division Street, Suite 205 Somerville NJ 08876

732-972-4459


THE TOURETTE SYNDROME ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY, INC.a chapter of the national Tourette Syndrome Association is a non-profit organization whose membership includes individuals with Tourette Syndrome, their families and friends, and interested professionals. Our mission is to support the needs of families with TS, to advocate for individuals with TS and to educate the public and professionals on TS.

Trinity Counseling

353 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 08540

609.924.0060

TropicalClinics

P.O. Box 622 Kingston NJ 08528

732-331-6859

United Way of Greater Mercer County

Princeton Pike Lawrenceville NJ 08540

609-737-7901


A support organization serving Mercer COunty

Woman, Cradle of Abundance



To help Woman, Cradle of Abundance empower women and girls in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in their fight against violence and poverty through education, counseling, medical and support services, and economic independence.

Women Helping Women

224 Main Street Metuchen NJ 08840

732-549-6000


s to help women, teens and girls actively take control of their lives. Women Helping Women offers the resources and support that inspire them to achieve their full potential. The changing needs of our clients will guide our efforts and direction.

Women In Development of Mercer (WID)

117 Nassau Drive Lawrenceville NJ 08648

Women With A Purpose

P.O. Box 74 Titusville NJ 08560


Women With A Purpose is a grassroots charity dedicated to giving back to local communities by aiding and supporting individuals, children and families in great need or distress, one dinner at a time. Women With A Purpose was Founded in December 2009. Since its inception, the organization has a membership of over 600 local women and has raised thousands of dollars!

Women's Heart Foundation

PO Box 7827 West Trenton NJ 08628


Women's Heart Foundation, a 501c3 and the only non-governmental organization that implements heart disease prevention projects, is a coalition of executive nurses, civic leaders, community health directors, hospitals, women's heart centers, partners, providers and corporate sponsors responding to the health crisis of women's heart disease and the urgent need for prevention programs. WHF advocates for women and supports early intervention and excellence of care of women.

YWCA Camden and Vicinity

710 W. Laurel Road Stratford NJ 08084

856-435-6606

Young Insurance Professionals (YIP)


800-424-4244


Serving New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, Young Insurance Professionals is dedicated to building tomorrow’s insurance leaders today. YIP offers those new to the industry opportunities to advance their careers, build industry contacts, experience superior education, develop professional and leadership skills and stay apprised of industry news.

Young Jewish Professionals (20s & 30s) of Mercer County



We are a group of young Jewish professionals in our 20s and 30s. We invite you to participate in our upcoming events, meet other 20s & 30s, and get involved with the local Jewish community. We get together regularly for events that build friendships and a Jewish community within Mercer County and the surrounding areas. This group is sponsored by Adath Israel in Lawrenceville but is open to anyone who is interested- members, nonmembers, interfaith couples, and anyone who identifies with Judaism.

Young Protectors



Young Protectors is a group of young professionals in the New Jersey/New York City area who are dedicated to bettering the lives of children by raising funds for agencies with this mission, while also networking! We focus mainly on nonprofits that work with children who have suffered or are at risk for suffering traumas, such as abuse or neglect. An adverse childhood puts children at risk for a myriad of psychological and physical problems later in life - and we want to do what we can to help these agencies prevent that from happening!

Your ReSource

8 Industry Court Ewing NJ

609-530-1513


Your ReSource, Inc. is a 501 (C)(3) nonprofit human service, environmental organization designed to engage in pragmatic approaches to meeting human needs in environmentally conscious and sustainable ways.  Our mission is to offer reconditioned, gently used home medical equipment to anyone for affordable costs.