Fisherman’s Mark has responded with resilience and resourcefulness to help stabilize lives upended by Covid-19.
Chris Bryan of Liberty Hall in Lambertville has made 200 pizzas and counting that he freezes and delivers to area food pantries, including Fisherman’s Mark.
As you can imagine, we are very busy at Fisherman’s Mark. The crisis is already dire for many, and we are seeing an increase in people turning to us for help: about twenty percent the first …
We are carefully monitoring communication regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and well-being of our staff, volunteers, clients, and our Lambertville Academy families are of the utmost importance to us.
Fisherman’s Mark is excited to welcome Abigail Meletti, Social Services Manager and Ricardo Zapata, Community Engagement Manager to the staff team!
Fisherman’s Mark, a Lambertville-based social service agency, has named Jennifer Williford as its new executive director. She takes over for Linda Meacham, whose tenure began in 2009.
Linda has been the Executive Director of Fisherman’s Mark for nine years, with phenomenal results during a difficult period.
The mission of Fisherman’s Mark is to strengthen our community. With responsive programs and services that promote stability, health and education, Fisherman’s Mark is an
There were many smiling faces last week as Fisherman’s Mark handed out brand new school bags chock full of school supplies to 115 children who
Wine collectors and enthusiasts enjoyed a wonderful event to raise funds for Fisherman’s Mark Social Services. Chef Brian Held, of Bistro Rouget in Stockton, created
The Farm Stand at The Mark celebrates a wonderful year of gorgeous local produce and wellness education to the community. When we say Fisherman’s Mark
On Monday evening, May 14th, the Board of Trustees of Fisherman’s Mark hosted an intimate Farm-to-Table fundraiser dinner at The Farm Cooking School; number 4
By: Jodi Spiegel Arthur Published August 31, 2017 in the Bucks County Herald Under the hot summer sun inside a small fenced yard, Matt Noonan
Fisherman’s Mark continues to create programs that both engage and support the community. Our newest venture, right outside the doors of the Food Pantry, is
“The instructor has a car problem and is going to be about 45 minutes late. Is that ok? Can you wait?” One of the women
Wednesday 10 AM – 2 PM Through the Summer Our Farmers, Families and Fisherman’s Mark (F3) Farm Stand distributes locally grown, often organic, produce free
Fisherman’s Mark is proud to announce its partnership with Lambertville Animal Welfare to establish a Pet Food Pantry within the Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry. The
Thank you to all the friends of Fisherman’s Mark for the wonderful, creative fundraisers and food drives, all to support our work in the community!