Non profit organizations in Princeton, NJ - Page 1

Find non profit organizations in Princeton, NJ. Listings include Climate Central, Learning Ally, USRowing, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Christian Union and Deeptime Network. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 01/26/21
    The PTP Peak Program strives to make each student to be the best that they can be, both as tennis players and citizens in the community. Long term development is prioritized over short term victories ...
    > Princeton Tennis Program
  • 01/25/21
    As a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization, PTP is an adult and youth sports program who’s mission is to serve and connect the community of central New Jersey to tennis classes and camps. #tennis #adults ...
    > Princeton Tennis Program
  • 01/24/21
    You can win a weekend getaway in Bethany Beach, Delaware! Everyone who signs up to view the Eden Dreams from Home livestream by January 29 will automatically be entered to win! To sign up for the li...
    > Eden Autism
  • 01/24/21
    "The announcement also says that 'the redevelopment project will provide for affordable housing to satisfy a portion of Hanover Township’s constitutional affordable housing obligation,' but it is not ...
    > Housing Initiatives of Princeton
  • 01/24/21
    "I’ve been a big fan of the WILDGuides series from the first publication . . . they are my first port of call. I already have the WILDGuides for British species, now I can venture into Europe’s wild a...
    > Princeton Nature
  • 01/23/21
    Bringing Hellfire to Heel: A Lawyers Guide to Mastering the Tongue and Speaking the Truth https://www.christianunion.org/cu-today/2898-bringing-hellfire-to-heel
    > Christian Union
  • 01/23/21
    "The coronavirus pandemic has created a striking phenomenon: a population of unemployed Americans living on the margins are simultaneously fully protected from homelessness and falling deeper and deep...
    > Housing Initiatives of Princeton
  • 01/23/21
    This week's #SustainerSpotlight is Mary Kay Kuser, who served as JLGP President from 1982 to 1984. Thank you Mary Kay for your leadership and service to the League! #JLGPCentennial
    > Junior League of Greater Princeton
  • 01/23/21
    How do you get ready to attend Sunday Service remotely?
    > Princeton United Methodist Church
  • 01/23/21
    "Timothy Walker's book is an interesting and well-written introduction to an important and fascinating subject.”—Jeff Ollerton, author of Pollinators and Pollination: Nature and Society Featuring hund...
    > Princeton Nature
  • 01/23/21
    So happy to be back on Facebook! Thank you Town Topics for telling the story of how busy we've been.
    > The Blue Bears Special Meals
  • 01/23/21
    Social Justice Power Hour Mike Hot-Pence & very special guests D'Vorah.Bailey, Sarah Anne Sillers, & Julian Fleisher bid a very fond farewell to the end of an error! Will Mike hang up the hot pants? I...
    > Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice
  • 01/22/21
    Sat ~ Abhaya Yoga / "Who Am I?" Guided Jnana Yoga Meditation / "The Miracle of Morning" poem from National Youth Poet Laureate / Aerial Yoga w/ Adnan https://chq.io/g/2kc26ip8qz6mjwdjnsgwypuq9d6wr5i
    > Princeton Yoga Community Center
  • 01/22/21
    Thrilled Mike Hot-Pence will be hangin' up his hot pants TONITE on a very special Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice Power Hour featurin' fab folx droppin' by to join in the show-bidnezz shenan...
    > Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice