Princeton Community Resource Guide

The following list includes boards, commissions and non-profit organizations working on a variety of issues that matter to the Princeton community. The list is searchable by specific interest or whether the organization is currently seeking volunteers.

Housing Initiatives of Princeton

Housing Initiatives of Princeton Charitable Trust (HIP) helps low-income working families and individuals in and around Princeton avoid homelessness. While providing transitional housing and temporary rental assistance, HIP equips families with tools for self-sufficiency, acting as a bridge between homelessness and hope.

Princeton Community Housing

Princeton Community Housing provides affordable, welcoming, and well-maintained rental homes for individuals, families, seniors, and people with disabilities who have very low-, low-, and moderate-incomes. Our Social Services Coordinators assist residents in accessing resources such as transportation, food, scholarships, and financial counseling. Elderly residents who qualify can receive prepared meals, limited personal aide services, and …

Princeton Community Housing

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