Helping Hands

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Nonprofits’ Contest

Ericsson Internet and Wireless Solutions will donate $100,000

to five winners of the Ericsson Internet Community Award (ERICA) contest.

Community-based non-profits with philanthropic Internet programs can

apply by Monday, July 17, for up to $100,000 in Web development services

and assistance.

Any non-profit, regardless of size or budget, is encouraged to apply

in any of these categories: arts and culture, economic/workforce development,

education/lifelong learning, environment/natural resources, health/human

services, public safety/emergency relief, and recreation and sports.

Online applications and examples of other entries are available at


Entries will be judged on innovation, feasibility, project purpose,

and community building potential. "ERICA aims to help non-profits

use the Internet to realize their missions and share visionary ideas

for community building in today’s technology-driven world," says

Lars Stalberg of Ericcson. Finalists will be announced September 15.

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Helping Hands

Current and prospective volunteers will discuss the

work plan for Princeton Habitat’s current project at a breakfast meeting

on Saturday, July 15, at 9 a.m., at the Arts Council of Princeton,

102 Witherspoon Street. Those with additional time can help with demolition

work, after the meeting, at 52 Leigh Avenue, where a duplex is being

renovated. Call 609-252-9292. Cash donations can be sent to Habitat

for Humanity, 20 Nassau Street, Princeton 08540.

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