Coronavirus Emergency Expense Fund + PPS Food Donations Update
Wed, Mar 18 8:38pm

EMERGENCY CORONAVIRUS EXPENSE FUND

Princeton Children’s Fund, Inc.* is seeking donations to benefit economically disadvantaged Princeton families who are facing income loss due to coronavirus closures.

Donations can be made online at www.princetonchildrensfund.org and are fully tax deductible.

For residents affected by the coronavirus outbreak and in need of financial assistance, please visit the Princeton Human Services Department website (www.princetonnj.gov/resources/coronavirus-resources) and submit a CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY EXPENSE REQUEST FORM. The request form is also available at www.princetonchildrensfund.org. All requests will receive a response within 48 hours and determinations will be made as quickly as funding allows.

*This effort is in collaboration with Princeton Community Housing, the Princeton Human Services Department, the Princeton Senior Resource Center, and Send Hunger Packing Princeton, and was created to supplement those organizations already set up to provide support.

 

FOOD DONATIONS TO PPS AND PANNELL LEARNING CENTER

Tomorrow, Thursday, March 19, is the last day to drop food donations at PPS schools (all elementary school gyms except CP will be open from 10am-2pm)  for families in the free and reduced lunch program. 

Friday, March 20, is the last day to drop them at the Pannell Learning Center (corner of Clay and Witherspoon Street, 9-10:30am) for families affiliated with the center.

Starting on Monday, March 23, all food donations should be dropped off at Arm and Arm (61 Nassau Street). See below flyer for more details on all food donations.

And please look for future updates from all local agencies, PPS, and Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert  on the new municipal website: www.princetoncovid.org.