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POSTPONED: RIBBON CUTTING TO CELEBRATE NEW ARM IN ARM FOOD PANTRY SITE RESCHEDULED

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Sarah Unger, 609-396-9355, ext. 15; sarahu@arminarm.org UPDATE: Due to a snowy forecast, Arm In Arm has postponed a ribbon cutting originally planned for February 9 at 11:30 a.m. NEW DATE AND TIME: Thursday, February 16, at 1 p.m., at 48 Hudson St. All are invited. Light refreshments and brief tours will be provided. Located at the corner of Hudson and Tyl...
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2017 VALENTINES FOR FOOD DRIVE FEEDS HUNGRY FAMILIES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Sarah Unger, 609-396-9355, ext. 15; sarahu@arminarm.org 2017 VALENTINES FOR FOOD DRIVE FEEDS HUNGRY FAMILIES     Arm In Arm’s annual Valentines for Food is underway, continuing through February 14. The community-wide food and fundraising drive is aimed at keeping the organization’s food shelves filled while raising awareness of hunger in Mercer County. “Fa...
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Crisis Ministry of Mercer County gets new name, but keeps mission

Arm in Arm Garden Party
Sometimes, all it takes is a steady arm around you to get you through a crisis. We're thinking of the manager of a telecommunications firm who found herself out of work after decades on the job, leaving her frantic over where her next meal was coming from and how she and her children could afford to stay in their apartment. Or the former U.S. Marine, temporarily down on his luck, who needed ...
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LOOSE ENDS: Arm in Arm makes a name for itself

Carolyn Biondi Headhsot
As Shakespeare noted, a good name — meaning a good reputation — is priceless. However in some instances a better name can better communicate that good reputation.    This was the logic behind the Crisis Ministry’s decision to attach a new name to its indisputably good reputation of providing life-sustaining services to the needy of Mercer County. On Sept. 22, the Crisis Ministry of Mercer...
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We’re in the News!

We are very pleased that so many local news organizations are writing about our big news. Please visit their websites and see for yourself. The Crisis Ministry of Mercer County on Thursday officially changed its name to Arm in Arm, a move it says reflects the organization's collaborative approach to service, spirit of optimism and belief in future possibilities. (Click below to keep reading) N...
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The Crisis Ministry of Mercer County is now known as Arm in Arm

Logo with former name
To reflect the positive partnership it shares with the community, the 36-year-old Crisis Ministry is changing its name to Arm in Arm. Its mission and programs will remain the same: to help those in Mercer County in need of food, housing and work to regain financial stability.   TRENTON, NJ – The Crisis Ministry of Mercer County announced the launch of its new name, Arm in Arm, effective Thursda...
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Crisis Ministry is one of 49 nonprofits nationwide to earn perfect score of 100 from independent evaluator Charity Navigator

Selecting Food at Our Pantry
123 E. Hanover St., Trenton, NJ 08608 61 Nassau St., Princeton, NJ 08542 www.thecrisisministry.org | 609-396-9355 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Sarah Unger; 609-396-9355, ext. 15; sarahu@thecrisisministry.org THE CRISIS MINISTRY OF MERCER COUNTY IS ONE OF 49 NONPROFITS NATIONWIDE TO EARN PERFECT SCORE OF 100 FROM CHARITY NAVIGATOR (TRENTON) – The Crisis Ministry of Mercer County is on...
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