Mercer Street Friends leads the community response to hunger in Mercer County, providing food and linking prevention programs to children, adults and seniors who face hunger and food insecurity on a daily basis.
BREAKING THE CYCLE OF ABUSE AND NEGLECT
Mercer Street Friends works with fragile at-risk families, guiding and leading them toward a healthier, safer life and brighter future.
CLOSING EDUCATION DISPARITIES
Mercer Street Friends helps children, youth and adults overcome achievement gaps and barriers to school success and employment.
Latest News & Events
The Trenton Board of Education will be hosting the 2015 Pre-K Fair Thursday, March 5th and Friday, March 6th at the Ellis Auditorium located in the Trenton Board of Education building at 108 North Clinton Avenue. Mercer Street Friends Preschool will be participating in the Pre-K Fair so that parents and guardians of eligible 3- and 4-year-olds can learn more about our Preschool program.
The hours of the Pre-K Fair are Thursday, March 5th, 10:30am-1:00pm and 2:30pm- 7:00pm; and Friday, March 6th, 9:30am-Noon and 1:30pm- 4:00pm. If you have questions about the Pre-K Fair, please contact the Trenton Office of Early Childhood at 609-656-4900 Ext. 5712.
President of Princeton University, Christopher L. Eisgruber, joined university staff and faculty recently for a visit to the Food Bank. They learned about the critical services that the Food Bank provides to those facing hunger in Mercer County and then they sorted and packed food for distribution. You can read the story on the Princeton University website by clicking here.
The staff of the Princeton Area Community Foundation (PACF) recently toured the Food Bank with PACF donors who wanted a behind-the-scenes understanding of the operation and the multiple services the Food Bank provides. PACF reported on the visit in its first newsletter of the new year. You can read the story here: http://goo.gl/ENruSw