YWCA Princeton, through its St. Nicholas Project, is providing presents to less fortunate families. Individuals and businesses will be matched with a family and asked to contribute presents for each child. Wish lists will be provided.

The St. Nicholas Project was organized by Jill Jachera, an attorney with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius at 502 Carnegie Center. The project was named in memory of her nephew, Nicholas Nutile, who was killed in an automobile accident. Contact her at 609-919-6608 for more information.

Drop-off at the YWCA’s Bramwell House porch on Paul Robeson Place will be on Tuesday, December 16, from 8 a.m. until noon. All gifts can be left and will be distributed later that day.

Those who would like to participate but cannot shop for a family may make a donation to the YWCA Princeton Child Care Center at the Valley Road School Scholarship Fund. One child is funded for one day with a gift of $25, one week for $125, one month for $500, and one year for $6,000. Send to: YWCA Princeton, 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, 08540.

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick is holding its annual toy drive through Tuesday, December 16. New, unwrapped toys are being collected at the reception desk of the Clinical Academic Building, 125 Paterson Street. Call 732-235-5810 for more information.

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