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Housing Initiatives of Princeton


HIP celebrates and benefits at its 2nd Annual Garden Wine Tasting & Pairing

On June 6th, Housing Initiatives of Princeton (HIP) held its second annual wine tasting & pairing in a beautiful and intimate garden in Princeton. It was a spirited afternoon of fine wines paired with meticulously chosen hors d’ oeuvres all to celebrate and benefit HIP’s transitional housing program. In addition to housing, HIP assists its clients with individualized professional case management, educational assistance, job search, budgeting, as well as help locating permanent affordable housing.

The HIP board was honored to collaborate with a number of individuals and companies to offer an event that brought together many of its supporters! HIP expresses gratitude to the following for the unique contribution they made to our second and successful wine tasting & pairing: Julie Denny Clark and Don Mann, co-hosts with HIP board; Brown-Forman Beverages for donating the wines; R&R Marketing for donating the wine glasses; Emilia Tosic-DiSanto, hors d’ oeuvres , Rev. Paul Jeanes and Rev. Sarah Gaventa (Trinity Church), Max Hayden (Max Hayden Architect), Dee Mann and Catherine Mann, the Wait staff; Ira Lackey, table centerpieces; James Scott, photographs. HIP is exceedingly grateful to all who supported this event by attending as well as those who made tangible and in-kind donations. To view photographs of the afternoon, visit www.housinginitiativesofprinceton.org.

You Can Help…

Your generosity helps to offset expenses, such as rent, utilities, and operating costs for Prescott House, as well as professional case management services for our clients. In addition we are building a fund to acquire additional housing units to assist more families in need. Please support our efforts by making a tax deductible contribution.

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