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Giving Trenton

The article below was written by Michelle Ruess from the Trenton Health Team on November 16, 2021.  Trenton NJ — Trenton Health Team is partnering with other community nonprofits to launch the 2021 GivingTRENTON Day fund-raising campaign supporting local programs making a difference in our city. #GivingTRENTON DAY was inspired by #GivingTuesday, an international day of charitable giving celebrat...
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Landlord Tenant Webinar

Landlord Tenant Informational Webinar Mercer Vicinage Special Civil Part judge and staff will discuss current landlord tenant court processes. State, county and community providers will discuss a variety of available services, with a focus on resources for landlords and tenants. Participants can submit questions during the virtual webinar via the “Q&A” option. This is an informational webina...
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Community Thanksgiving Day Service at Princeton University Chapel

The Princeton Clergy Association and the Princeton University Office of Religious Life are collaborating to once again provide a Community Thanksgiving Day Service to be held at 11:00 A.M. to noon on November 25, 2021 at The Princeton University Chapel. The worship service is open to all members of the wider community. Clergy and Faith Leaders from around Princeton will lead the service.  Princ...
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Action For Arm in Arm

We have developed a new campaign this holiday season known as Action for Arm in Arm to challenge you and others to lend a helping hand and help us fight food insecurity. The best way to fight hunger is to take action against it! As we go into the holiday season, so many of our neighbors are struggling with poverty and food insecurity while we are still in the midst of a pandemic. With your hel...
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Utility Assistance Week

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has named this week “Utility Assistance Week” to raise awareness about the new utility assistance programs. The BPU (Board of Public Utilities) expanded income eligibility requirements for the state programs that help make utility bills more affordable. For example, for a family of four, the existing qualifying income limit was approximately $48,000 annu...
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Join us this Friday 9/24 for a virtual panel on Food Insecurity from 12-1:30 PM

Arm in Arm is happy to be participating and partnering with other agencies in support of Princeton's Sukkah Village 2021. Sukkah's are known as traditional Judaic shelters that are used to give thanks during the week-long Jewish festival of Sukkot. 11 Sukkahs have been designed by high-profile architecture and design firms and NJIT competition winners and can be found on public sites around Downto...
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Mercer County Offers Checks for Fresh Produce to Qualifying Older Adults

Shared from Mercer County: TRENTON -- Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes announced that older adults in Mercer County again will have the opportunity to receive fresh-produce checks that will enable them to purchase locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables at participating farm stands. In order to keep older adults and their families safe d...
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New Jersey’s Population Grows by Nearly 500,000 According to Census Bureau

The below is a letter received from Lauren Zyriek and Eric Kipnis of the State of New Jersey: Hello Census Advocates, Partners and Community Leaders, New Jersey’s population and apportionment counts announced by the Census Bureau on Monday exceeded all expectations – our population grew by nearly 500,000 people over the last decade. The count tells us a number of things. Foremost among t...
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