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I want to introduce you to the Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society (WJHCS) Newsletter. The charter of WJHCS is to honor and celebrate the proud history of the African American Community of Princeton!
Our newsletter comes online digitally every three months, with articles about community history, contemporary news, and calendar of events that is updated continuously.
Our online readership is now at about 2000 unique readers per issue over the course of three months, but increases with each new edition. My hope is that you will consider a sponsorship.
Sponsorships (your logo) will appear on the screen alongside our current newsletter, and your logo will be set up with a link directly to your website. Sponsorship spots are limited, so please contact us to reserve your spot in the next issue!
Bob Hillier, Treasurer, WJHCS Board of Trustees
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Want to learn more about our nonprofit organization?
Thinking about becoming a WJHCS Community Sponsor?
Interested in volunteering to help research and maintain the history of African Americans in Princeton?
Please send us a message. We look forward to hearing from you!
Want to Volunteer?
Please contact us at 609-688-9999, extension 213. Leave your name, a contact number and your area of volunteer interest. Volunteers are needed in the following areas: event staff (annual/biannual), neighborhood tour guides, community outreach, and administrative assistance.
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WJHCS would appreciate donations to support the continuation of our newsletter, neighborhood tours, historical research and community programs. We are a 501c3 organization with donations being tax-deductible. Any amount is acceptable and appreciated.