In this section you will find links to useful information on community organizations, events and more.
- Robbinsville Basketball Association
- Robbinsville Lacrosse Association
- Robbinsville Soccer Association
- Robbinsville Wrestling Association
- Robbinsville Township PAL Football
- Robbinsville Education Foundation, Inc
- Robbinsville Little League
- Robbinsville Women's Club (RWC)
- Allentown-Robbinsville Girl Scouts
- Boy Scout Troop 79
- JustWindsor.org Comunity Web Site
- The ARC of Mercer County
- Greater Mercer TMA
- BAPS Charities
- Robbinsville HS Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)
- Transportation Network for Seniors (T.R.A.D.E.)
- Meals on Wheels
- Robbinsville Food Pantry
- ONE Project
- MOMS Club® of Robbinsville-East Chapter
- Robbinsville Irish Heritage Association
DCA Grant Assistance for Events & Recreational Services
Description: Provides funding assistance in the form of grants to local governments for both short-term special events and comprehensive recreational services for individuals with disabilities. Visit the title link above or call (609) 984-6654/(609) 282-8134 for more information.
DCA Rental Assistance Program
Description: The State Rental Assistance Program provides tenant-based and project-based rental assistance grants, comparable to the Federal Housing Choice Voucher Program and shall be terminated upon the award of a Federal subsidy to the same individual or household. For more information, visit the link in the title or call (609) 292-4080.
DCA Universal Service Fund (USF) Program
Description: Assists very low-income persons who have high natural gas and/or electric bills by providing a monthly credit. To be eligible for USF, a household's gross annual income must be less than or equal to 175 percent of the Federal Poverty Level and the household must spend more than 3 percent of its income for electric service or natural gas service. If the home is heated with electricity, the household must spend more than 6 percent of its income on electricity.
Eligible households can use the joint USF/LIHEAP application to apply for USF at any time of year, or to apply for USF and LIHEAP at the same time during the winter months (typically November – March). While applicants may apply for USF at any time of year, they are encouraged to submit the joint USF/LIHEAP application during the winter months when their eligibility can be determined for both USF and LIHEAP. Click the title link for an application and a list of agencies that accept applications.
DCA Weatherization Assistance Program
Description: Assists elderly, disabled and low-income persons by installing energy saving materials in their homes, improving their heating system efficiency and conserving energy. The program also provides emergency heating assistance. Eligible households must submit a weatherization application to a designated community based agency. A list of designated agencies and the application can be found at athe title link above or call (609) 984-6184.
Description: The Independent Transportation Network (ITN) and is dedicated to providing dignified transportation to seniors and the visually impaired in Mercer County.