For 55 years, Princeton Community Housing (PCH) has been at the forefront of meeting the affordable housing needs of its communities. Announced a breakthrough for those who source and serve. Princeton house.
Scheduled for completion in spring 2023, the new homes and expansion of the Holly House neighborhood of Princeton Community Village, also developed and managed by PCH, are the result of the organization’s successful Home Means Hope campaign.
PCH supporters gathered at Princeton’s Morven Museum & Garden to celebrate the fundraiser. It was also announced that he will be offered a new matching donation of $75,000 to cover additional project costs incurred by inflation and problems in his chain of supply.
Arm in Arm, Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Greater Mercer County, and Princeton YMCA were recognized for their support of PCH and its community residents. The group was presented with his CARE award from PCH for compassion, support, respect and fairness.
PCH Executive Director Edward Truscelli said: He added: This is the PCH difference. ”
“Knowing I can afford this home means a lot to me,” said PCH resident David Anderson. “An affordable apartment is a stable apartment, and stability makes all the difference for growing children.”
About PCH: Princeton Community Housing provides, manages and advocates for affordable, safe and well-maintained housing, providing opportunities for all to build more productive and fulfilling lives.
Contact: Cassie (Catherine Jaeger), MSW, Development and Communications Manager
[email protected]609-924-3822 x 6