New Hope Celebrates, as well as everyone else, has been following the Covid-19 situation unfold. The uncertainty of the pandemic continues to extend and many people in the community have found themselves unemployed indefinitely, experiencing reduced income, or lack the funds to continue to pay bills, shop for food, or obtain necessities.
“As New Hope Celebrates continues our commitment to supporting New Hope, Lambertville, and our community, we have opted to highlight Fisherman’s Mark Social Services for the resources they provide to those that need assistance in our towns and their dedication to community in times of crisis.
“New Hope Celebrates and The Board will be donating $650 to Fisherman’s Mark to help them fund resources necessary to aid as many people as possible. We would also like to encourage our wonderful friends in the community to help increase our efforts by making a donation of money, food, or time, as you are able.”
Monetary donations may be made to fishermansmark.org/donations
; volunteer at fishermansmark.org/get-involved/volunteer/
. Nonperishable food and personal hygiene donations, including diapers, also are needed.
Those who are in need of assistance, or know anyone that would benefit from the services provided by Fisherman’s Mark, can visit online or call for information.
“While many community members didn’t need this service under different conditions, if the pandemic has changed your circumstances, no matter the reason, don’t hesitate to utilize Fisherman’s Mark. If you need help, please reach out to Fisherman’s Mark or visit fishermansmark.org
or call 609-397-0194.”
Even though we are separated physically right now, it is important to remember that there are still so many ways that we can come together and unite in the way that makes our commUNITY so special. New Hope Celebrates will continue to look for new and unique ways to help the community during this time.
“If you need assistance, have ideas of ways we can help, or just want to chat, please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org