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Got your two cents to throw in? We’re always happy to hear from you. Whether you are an individual or a corporation, monetary donations are most welcome.   There are many ways to specify or tailor your gift – from donating to support specific drives, to customizing an employee donation matching program; we will work with you to get your funds working on your behalf. Give us a call today!

Personal Giving

Every donation helps!  Give a small amount each month with our recurring donation option. By donating on a monthly basis, you can help us to plan ahead, respond to emergencies and reach as many people as possible with our services.

Call us 609-443-4464  to coordinate you gift.

Mail your contribution to:

PO Box 88
Hightstown, NJ 08520

Reward Designations: Call to transfer reward points.  Register for Rise at Hightstown-East Windsor Community Action Ser Center on Amazon Smiles

Stocks or Bonds: Donating long-term appreciated stock offers you a two-fold tax saving. First, you avoid paying any capital gains tax on the increase in value of your stock. In addition, you receive a tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift. Check with your accountant for the details – and whether this is appropriate for your particular situation.

Memorial Gifts: A tribute or memorial gift is a particularly meaningful way to honor or remember family, friends, and colleagues. Rise will prepare an acknowledgment and deliver it either to you or to the recipient you request.

generous donors supplied goods to be repurposed through our Greater Goods Stores in 2015

students were ready for their first day of school with essential supplies from the Rise Backpack Drive

individuals received job skills via volunteerism at Food Pantry/Greater Goods.

A special thank you

A special thank you to Anaya Patel and her family from the Rise Food Pantry and its clients! On her birthday, she prepared and donated more than 30 lunch bags filled with sandwiches, granola bars, an apple, and a bottled water. We appreciate your thoughtfulness and...

“Nice to know that every little you do counts.”

Since 1967, Rise a Community Service Partnership is committed to enabling our neighbors to better achieve their personal and professional success, health and happiness.   Luz Hulme and her daughter Sofia stopped by the Rise Food Pantry on the early autumn morning...

Union workers Rise to the occasion

By Amy Batista, Special Writer - Windsor Hights Herald  - May 5, 2016 Local International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Union members joined to help run a food drive to support their local food pantry located next door. Hightstown Mayor Larry Quattrone and...

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