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Joshua Harr Shane Foundation: A Son’s Altruistic Legacy of Faith, Love, Charity

Thanks to 18 years of charitable giving by the Joshua Harr Shane Foundation, a young man’s mission continues to bring hope to the lives of others.

Make a Wish New Jersey: Celebrating 35 YEARS & 10,000 Wishes

This year marked a number of significant milestones for Make-A-Wish New Jersey, whose mission is to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

People & Stories/Gente y Cuentos: Great News from California!

The People & Stories/Gente y Cuentos (P&S/GyC) office in Lawrenceville is used to receiving encouraging new data and eloquent testimonials from area coordinators and program participants.

NJ Agency That Combats Nursing Home Elder Abuse Urgently Needs Volunteers

The state agency that advocates for the rights of elderly people living in nursing homes is currently seeking volunteers to serve as front-line advocates for people living in nursing homes.

Help the Homeless: Support ‘Tiny Homes’ Legislation

People are building micro-housing around the country as a means to address our nation’s affordable housing crisis.

I Am Trenton: The Little Foundation That Says It Can

Large faces on billboards and small grants to community groups and individuals are part of the strategy of I Am Trenton, a group celebrating its 10th anniversary of actively supporting Trenton projects by becoming more visible.

Opportunities: Volunteer, Audition, Donate, Submit Art

The Ewing Library is seeking interesting collections for the library’s display cases and art exhibit area.

Expansion: Mistras Group

Mistras Group, the West Windsor-based provider of technology-enabled equipment to test and monitor the structural integrity of infrastructure, has acquired Calgary, Canada-based Onstream Pipeline Inspection Services Inc.

Management Moves: Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design

JZA&D has hired interior designers Kristin Bachman and Nancie Giardina.

Google to Open Lab in Palmer Square

Princeton may not have landed Amazon, but it did get Google, at least a small — very small — part of it.