Hurricane Ida Update: We are beyond touched by the outpouring of support from our wonderful community. We are grateful to the volunteers who have shown up and pitched in to help. Several of our clients and their families have lost everything. At this time the best way to support Fisherman’s Mark is to make an online donation, or to donate gift cards to Walmart, Marshall’s, and Kohl’s and grocery stores. Our current Food Pantry needs are as follows: New, unopened boxes of #6 size diapers; vinegar, Sodium Bicarbonate, canned black beans, olive oil, or small containers of dish soap and High Efficiency laundry detergent. Click for links to: Our Recent Move or Frequently Asked Questions about the hurricane.
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 advocate for positive change in the lives of our neighbors and their families.
Social Services, Food Pantry, Education, Los Puentes
40/40, Corporate Partnerships, Volunteering, Events
Under 9% to Admin Costs, Making The Most Of Every Dollar
The Food Pantry welcomes people in need to visit and choose food and personal items. The Pantry has a store-like environment and is open five days a week.
Fisherman’s Mark’s services provide information resource and referral, case management, and community outreach.
Lambertville Academy is a nationally accredited Early Childhood Learning Center that offers the rare combination of excellence in education and affordability.
Make Your Mark
We don’t have to tell you—that was a year like no other. Fifteen hundred clients needing social services and one hundred and twenty tons of
BECAUSE OF YOU, ALL OF THIS WAS POSSIBLE! THANK YOU FOR MAKING YOUR MARK IN 2020!
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