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Fisherman’s Mark Purchases Office Building

 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

Fisherman’s Mark Year End Newsletter

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

Fisherman’s Mark Fall Appeal

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

Jim Hamilton Camp Scholarships

Come summer, a group of local children will join in a rite of the season that had not seemed destined for them: summer camp. For

It’s How We Hold Things Together

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

2020 Impact Report

BECAUSE OF YOU, ALL OF THIS WAS POSSIBLE! THANK YOU FOR MAKING YOUR MARK IN 2020!

2020 Fall Appeal

One of the many consequences of the pandemic is an increase in domestic issues. On a recent Friday afternoon, a young mother arrived at Fisherman’s Mark with her two toddlers.

Summer 2020 Newsletter

ON YOUR MARK
A Newsletter of Fisherman’s Mark
Summer 2020
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.

Our Youth Needs You!

Fisherman’s Mark faced unique and increasing needs this spring as our area felt the impact of COVID-19. Our Food Pantry saw a 30 percent increase