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Support Our Valentines For Food Drive

Share the love this month by supporting our 17th Annual Valentines For Food Drive           Partner with us in helping to provide our neighbors with nutritious food to feed their families, offering them stability and consistency. Click to Donate Food        Donate healthy, non-perishable foods at your school o...
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MLK Day Of Service

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated annually on the third Monday of every January as a way to celebrate the life of The Rev. Dr. King, and to promote service throughout the nation. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy charges us all to do what we can for our communities. The pandemic has presented challenges to our traditional service model, so we came up with new and creative...
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Arm in Arm Welcomes Chief Development Officer

Arm In Arm Executive Director, David Fox, is happy to announce that Maureen Hunt has joined Arm In Arm as its new Chief Development Officer. Maureen brings 10+ years of progressive development experience and success serving non-profit human services agencies. She came to Arm In Arm after an eight year tenure with Bonnie Brae, a residential treatment center for at-risk youth in Liberty Corner. At...
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Community Cabinet

Starting on December 14, 2020, Arm In Arm will be introducing a community cabinet at their satellite location on Hudson Street. The cabinet, which will feature a variety of free canned goods and books, is designed for community members who are unable to come to the pantry’s distribution days due to other commitments or their children’s school schedules, as well as to promote literacy for all ages....
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What Are You Thankful For?

  What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? No doubt it continues to be a challenging year for us all and we may have to look deep within ourselves to find the joy and gratitude that exists within the simple things-- family, home, and a meal on our table. These simple things do not come easily for many in our community, but thanks to your support of Arm In Arm, we have been workin...
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Generous funding from the Princeton Area Community Foundation, and in collaboration with Housing Initiatives of Princeton Allows Arm In Arm to Help Struggling Community Members

On April 15th, Denise went into labor, and was diagnosed with a severe case of COVID. She and her baby were hospitalized for over a month.   Being diagnosed with, and suffering from, COVID-19 is a nightmare for any person, but for this single mother of three, the impacts were catastrophic. April 15th was Denise's last day of work, where she had been, up to that point, paid a sal...
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Fund for Women and Girls Accelerates Payment of 2019 Multi-Year Grant Award

TRENTON, NJ (May 11, 2020) – The Fund for Women and Girls accelerated payments and removed restrictions of funding for a $75,000 multi-year grant to Arm In Arm in Trenton. These actions allow Arm In Arm to address the most urgent food and nutrition needs in our community resulting from the COVID-19 crisis. Arm In Arm is in the first year of a three-year grant for a mobility mentoring program in...
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ARM IN ARM NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

TRENTON, NJ (December 5, 2019) – Arm In Arm, a leading Mercer County-based nonprofit organization providing essential support for neighbors in need, is proud to announce David R. Fox, Ph.D. has been named its new Executive Director. Dr. Fox, a seasoned nonprofit professional, comes to Arm In Arm with a wealth of knowledge and extensive background meeting the needs of underserved communities...
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GIVE LOCAL: THE CAMPAIGN FOR TRENTON

Mayor Gusciora, City Nonprofits Launch #GivingTRENTON TRENTON, NJ (November 15, 2019) — #GivingTRENTON Day builds on #GivingTuesday, a national day of charitable giving celebrated the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. #GivingTuesday was launched in the US in 2012 by the 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation as a response to commercialization and consumerism in the post-Thanksgiving season (Bl...
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UNITING FOR FAITH AND FOOD: Princeton University Hosts Annual Interfaith Service and Food Drive

TRENTON, NJ (November 12, 2019) – For seventy years, Princeton has been host to the Community Thanksgiving Worship Service, a tradition open to all members of the community on a day meant to celebrate gratitude and give thanks. Each year, Rev. Alison L. Boden, Ph.D.—Dean of Religious Life and of the Chapel at Princeton University—opens the Service with a welcome. Rev. Boden shares, “This servic...
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