POVERTY - What does Poverty look like in Mercer County and New Jersey?
Wednesday, April 20 - 7pm –
The College of New Jersey - Library
1938 Pennington Rd.
Park in Lot 4
Assessing New Jersey’s Progress in Combating Poverty
Speaker: Alan Lichtenstein
Co-Director of the Poverty Research Institute of Legal Services of New
Panel Discussion and Break-out Group
CALL TO ACTION: Attend – Learn - Speak Out
Last Week! Don’t miss out on the tax credits and Free Tax Preparation by IRS certified tax preparers!
Make less the $50,000 get your taxes filed FREE! FREE TAX PREPARATION…
BRING THE FOLLOWING:
- Picture ID
- Social Security Cards (or ITINs) and dates of births for the taxpayer,
spouse, and children and any other dependents you are claiming.
- W2 form (Document provided by your employer listing your earnings and taxes
paid.) 1099 Forms (Document listing your different sources of income. Most
commonly used by people working under contracts.)
- Copy of 2009 Income Tax Return if possible.
- Bank account number, routing number. (Bring a voided check.)
- First come, first served basis. Additional appointments are available at
WHO QUALIFIES FOR FREE TAX PREPARATION?
- Families with a combined income of less than $50,000.
- Couples and singles without children earning less than $50,000.
- Immigrants without a social security number will be assisted.
Call 211 for Free tax preparation sites in New Jersey or go to www.earnedincometaxcredit.org for Mercer County sites.
Free Men’s Clothing at “Dress to Impress”
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at
4pm - 8pm
UIH Family Partners
4 N. Broad Street, Suite 2R
For male individuals in need of interview or workplace –appropriate
Call for information – Claire Walton 609-695-3663 Ext. 217 or
Mercer County Community Resources Fair
Friday, May 6, 2011 at 10:00am
Mercer County Library, Lawrence Headquarter Branch
2751 Brunswick Pike
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
- Do you need help with getting a job or attending school?
- Are you looking for services to promote mental health recovery and
- Do you have questions of social security benefits, NJ workability?
If you answer yes, join us at the Mercer County Community Resources. It
is open to consumers, families and providers
Representatives from community organizations including Mercer County
College, DVR, Social Security Administration, NJ Workability, Greater
Trenton Behavioral Care, AAMH, SERV, Catholic Charities will provide
information about their available services and answer questions you may
Save the Date: Mercer Alliance’s Honors Michele Siekerka, Esq.
For her commitment to ending homelessness in Mercer County
Thursday, May 19, 2011 - 5:30
p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
299 Parkside Ave.
This event is a benefit for Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness
Chair: Sen. Peter A. Inverso, Roma Bank, Jackie Alberts, Mercer Alliance;
Sandra Baumann, Tyco Intl.; Christy Stephenson, St. Francis Medical Center;
Eileen J. Kennedy, The Kennedy Factor; Jeff Perlman, Borden Perlman Co.; Liz
Tindall, Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce; Michael A. Cano, Cano Wealth
Strategies; Sherise Ritter, Mercadien PC CPA’s; Tim Losch, The Bank.
New Jersey’s Kick Start to Job Growth, Career Fair/Green Jobs & Business
Friday, May 20, 2011 at
10:00am — 3:00pm
Trenton War Memorial
1 Memorial Drive
Trenton, NJ 08608
Dress professionally and bring 15 to 20 resumes.
Must Pre-register at:
It's Your Right to Know - Protecting the Rights of People Who Are Blind
or Visually Impaired (Conference)
Friday, May 20, 2011 at 8:00am -
The New Jersey Law Center
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901.
This FREE conference is cosponsored by the New Jersey State Bar
Foundation and made possible through funding from the IOLTA Fund of the Bar
of New Jersey.
This conference will provide valuable information for NJ residents who
are blind or visually impaired, parents of infants and school-aged children
who are visually impaired, advocates for persons with disabilities, as well
as employers and service providers.
Registrations will be accepted via mail only. This conference is free of
charge. However, a refundable $5.00 commitment/security deposit check, made
payable to The NJCBVI must accompany each registration. Cash and purchase
orders cannot be accepted.
For Further Information: Call 973-648-3333 or E-Mail:
For More Information
Please Contact: Tarry Truitt, Communications and Project Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-844-1008.