From the Executive Director: Jennifer WillifordExecutive Director Summer is such a busy time at Fisherman’s Mark. Our staff and team of volunteers are in high gear managing the additional summertime programs. We work hard to provide
From the Executive Director: Everyone is feeling the impact of inflation these days, particularly at the grocery store. We all shake our heads when we
From Our Executive Director Fisherman’s Mark is well known for food support through our Free MARKet food pantry, but there’s so much more to what
With rising costs of food, gas and rent, Fisherman’s Mark saw record increases in our Free MARKet usage. We increased our Mobile MARKet deliveries and
Every year, Fisherman’s Mark Social Services in Lambertville, NJ, teams up with “Adopt-A-Child for the Holidays” sponsored by the New Hope Solebury Key Club, PA
From the Executive Director In today’s inflationary economy, the rising costs of gas, rent and food have put a strain on many households. This places
Things can change in an instant. We see examples all the time. None more powerful than our neighbors scrambling for their lives in last year’s
On September 1, 2021, Hurricane Ida ravaged our area. Flood water as high as three feet lifted cars and carried them for blocks. It poured
The Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey (CPNJ) will perform a family concert to benefit Fisherman’s Mark on Sunday, June 5 at 5PM at South Hunterdon Regional
It’s all about the kids! Our spring appeal focuses on our many programs that benefit children in our area. Whether it’s weekend lunches, holiday gifts,
After several months of uncertainty, Fisherman’s Mark has a permanent new home for their administrative and social services offices. On March 29th, the nonprofit social services organization
The traditional school year provides childcare for working parents as it educates and socializes their grade-level kids. But in the summer months when schools are
2021 proved the resolve, capacity and ingenuity of Fisherman’s Mark. We were helping clients navigate the distress caused by the pandemic when the floodwaters from
On September 1, 2021, Hurricane Ida, a Category Four hurricane, dumped ten inches of rain in Hunterdon County. The rivers and streams in and around
The Princeton Corridor Rotary Club offered $10,000 to Fisherman’s Mark provided the donor community could match the amount. One month later, the funds were
Thanks to the Adopt-A-Child and Adopt-A-Senior for the Holidays Programs, 310 Children and 42 senior citizens will have more presents to open this holiday season.
Princeton Corridor Rotary Club Offers $10K Match for Fisherman’s Mark Hurricane Ida Relief Grant
The 27th Annual Covered Bridge Artisan Tour, underway this Thanksgiving weekend, will raise funds for those impacted by Hurricane Ida by accepting donations to Fisherman’s Mark,
After the flooding of September 1, more than a thousand people in Lambertville alone were in trouble. Nearly half of the buildings were affected. Fifty
Melanie Williams and Tom White, longtime volunteers, receive the Linda Meacham Excellence in Volunteerism Award.
Funds raised will be distributed to those in need.
Jennifer Williford expresses gratitude for all who chipped in after Hurricane Ida.