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
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.
Matching grant program proves successful.
Letter from Our Executive Director Dear Fisherman’s Mark Community, My meditation over the last few weeks has been, “Hurricane Ida was strong, but we are
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
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!
The Quarterly Newsletter of Fisherman’s Mark
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.
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ON YOUR MARK
A Newsletter of Fisherman’s Mark
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.
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
Letter to the editor, Bucks County Herald-May 22
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.