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.
Habitat for Humanity | Burlington County and Greater Trenton-Princeton
We offer affordable home ownership to low income families & a Repairs Program to existing homeowners who may be unable to afford necessary repairs to their home.
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 …