Mercer County Community College (MCCC) will host its annual Think Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness Night on Tuesday, January 21st at 5pm on the West Windsor Campus.
Now in its 10th annual iteration, the event sees Mercer’s Athletics Department partner with the YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC).
In previous years the evening has featured displays honoring breast cancer survivors as well as addresses the importance of continued resources. Also included in the event are raffles for prizes, including gift cards to local eateries, tickets to Princeton basketball games, and much more.
All proceeds from the evening will support the BCRC!
Join us Friday, January 24th at Witherspoon Grill from 6PM – 9PM for Pink Drink Night! A portion of each specialty pink drink sold this night will be donated to the YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center. This event is the kick-off party before their annual Pink Pearl Night – an eight course seafood experience, which also benefits the Breast Cancer Resource Center. We hope to see you there!
On January 27th, Blue Point Grill will host their annual Pink Pearl Night with proceeds benefiting the Breast Cancer Resource Center! Blue Point Grill will feature an eight course seafood experience that you definitely don’t want to miss!
They put their true love of food and their incredible creativity into this amazing evening. For more details or to purchase tickets, click here.
We will dedicate the last Thursday of each month to continue our anti-racism work, as part of our year-round Stand Against Racism campaign.
Join us in the Bramwell Living Room from 6:00 – 8:00 pm as we host a viewing party of Layla F. Saad’s “Good Ancestor” Podcast with her guest, Robin DiAngelo as they discuss white fragility. A discussion will follow the screening.
Join us for an evening of wine, painting and networking at Cranbury Station Gallery for this fundraiser to support the YWCA Princeton NEXT GEN Board! The NEXT GEN Board is working to engage and develop the next generation of women to support the YWCA mission of eliminating racism and empowering women. NEXT GEN members develop themselves through experiential board leadership, training, mentoring, networking and professional development while driving awareness and supporting the YWCA Princeton and the surrounding community. This event will raise funds to drive NEXT GEN’s professional development to the next level so its members can even better support the YWCA Princeton more than ever before! All ages are welcome to attend this fun evening where we will paint “In Love.”
YWCA Princeton is proud to host Arm in Arm’s Community Matters lecture, Feeding Children’s Futures, which will focus on childhood hunger in Mercer County.
The lecture will feature panelists Lenora Keel, Social Worker and Coordinator of Student and Family Services at Princeton High School, and Pamela Sims Jones, Program Associate at Mercer Street Friends Food Bank. Calder Burgam, Community Engagement Coordinator of Arm in Arm, will moderate.
Please visit the Arm in Arm website to register for this free event.
Refreshments and networking 5:30 – 6:00 pm
Panel discussion: 6:00 – 7:00 pm