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Due to recent guidelines and recommendations pertaining to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) precautions, we have made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s annual spring benefit. We will be rescheduling for the fall and will keep you up-to-date on any new developments. Though this decision was not made easily, it was made with an abundance of caution in mind. As with any big change, we realize this may be an inconvenience, but the health and safety of our event attendees—such as yourself and your family—is our top priority. 

Check back here for updates on our annual benefit, and stay connected to Corner House Behavioral Health by following us on social media. Stay healthy, and stay safe.

 

 

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Join Corner House Friday, March 27 at Chauncey Hotel and Conference center from 6:30-10:30 PM for an evening of dinner and live music as we celebrate our community and some of its outstanding members. This year Corner House is proud to honor Leah McDonald as the 2020 recipient of the Marie L. Matthews Award and The Princeton Police Department as the recipient of the first-ever James Floyd Community Partner Award.

2020 Spring Benefit Sponsor Packet

Leah McDonald- Recipient of the 2020 Marie L. Matthews Award:

Leah is well-known in Princeton for her remarkable commitment to volunteer service. As a 25-year resident of the community, she has served in leadership roles for many local non-profits, including Corner House Foundation, Arm In Arm, The Watershed Institute, Send Hunger Packing, 101:The Fund, and Trinity Counseling Service. Leah has also been an active parent and volunteer board member with Princeton Public Schools and local youth sports organizations for nearly 20 years. 

Leah joined the Corner House Foundation Board in 2008, serving as Treasurer from 2010-2014. During that time, Leah led several important initiatives that strengthened the Foundation, including re-establishing the Investment Committee, retaining a new accounting firm, and improving the management of the Foundation’s endowment fund.

In 2016, she joined the Advisory Board and remains an active member. She continues to devote time and energy to the annual direct mail campaign and the Spring Benefit.

Leah graduated from the University of Notre Dame and received her MBA from Columbia University. Leah lives in Princeton with her husband Brian and their three children.

 

The Princeton Police Department- Recipient of the 2020 James Floyd Community Partner Award: 

Corner House Foundation is proud to present the inaugural James Floyd Community Partner Award to the Princeton Police Department for their dedication to the mission of Corner House Behavioral Health. The James Floyd Community Partner Award is named in honor of James Floyd, Princeton’s first African American mayor and longtime civil servant. This award honors his legacy of compassion, civic duty, and commitment to community collaboration.

The Princeton Police Department has been an esteemed partner of Corner House Behavioral Health for many years. Officers from the Princeton Police Department regularly lead discussions for students participating in Corner House outreach and leadership programs, co-sponsor and present at community education events, co-sponsor the All-City Dodgeball Championship Tournament, and chair the Princeton Alcohol and Drug Alliance. Additionally, the Princeton Police Department assists in security for Corner House events and trips as part of their dedication to safety and their invaluable support of the mission of Corner House. The Corner House Foundation is proud to recognize the invaluable work of the Princeton Police Department.

 

THANK YOU TO OUR 2020 SPONSORS: 

Mandy and Tucker Triolo
Lance and LaTonya Liverman
PNC Bank 
HYP
Geniva and Bill Martin
Dr. Michael and Nicole Rodricks

Refreshments will include a plated dinner. Entertainment will consist of live music and auction. Come join us as we celebrate our community members who keep Princeton a vibrant and safe community for our teens and youth.

Sponsorships and advertisements are available. Contact: Tracy Kindelsperger, Grants and Development Coordinator | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | (609) 924-8018 ext. 1269