By Katie Morgan, The Princeton Sun, on July 23, 2013
The Princeton Senior Resource Center, a non-profit that provides services and activities to Princeton area residents over the age of 55, was awarded a $15,t1Jo grant last week to support the Living llealthy for Older Adults Program. Young Audiences New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania, a Princeton-based non-profit arts and education program for children, also received a $15,000 grant.
The grants, provided by The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey; will help the two organizations continue to expand large outreach programs.
PSRC will expand the Living Healthy program, which offers workshops on common illnesses and diseases, referrals to services, discussions with health-care providers, health screenings, immunizations and fitness classes. The grant provided by the Horizon Foundation to Young Audiences will support the Trenton Adopt-A-School initiative, which will bring arts education workshops to five Trenton schools.