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By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
Hedge Funds Care/Help for Children and PNC Foundation will support Mercer County nonprofit PEI Kids' efforts to present approximately 550 child assault and bullying prevention workshops in more than 70 local schools this school year.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
Three students from Mercerville Elementary School took home the top prizes in PEI Kids’ annual “Child Assault Prevention and Bullying Prevention” poster contest.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
First or second time juvenile offenders will benefit from a $25,000 grant that the Office of Faith Based Initiatives (OFBI), a Division of Programs in the Department of State, recently awarded Mercer County, NJ, nonprofit PEI Kids.

By PEI Kids
Generous grants and support from a number of philanthropic corporate and foundation donors are allowing PEI Kids to provide more than 16,000 Mercer County children and their families with programs focused on keeping them safe.

By PEI Kids
Due to Hurricane Sandy, PEI Kids has rescheduled its Seventh Annual "Tasting in Titusville" from Friday, November 2 to Thursday, November 29 and has organized a diaper drive for children affected by Hurricane Sandy to be part of the fundraiser.

By PEI Kids
A $25,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the City of Trenton will help PEI Kids -- a nonprofit dedicated to keeping children safe -- serve at-risk teens via its Comprehensive Juvenile Offenders Outreach Services (CJOOS) program.

By PEI Kids
PEI Kids will host its Seventh Annual "Tasting in Titusville" on Friday, November 2, at the Union Firehouse, 1396 River Road (Route 29), Titusville, NJ, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $60 per person or two for $100.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
On October 4, 2012, the Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer will honor Mercer County nonprofit PEI Kids with a grant supporting its Crisis Intervention for Child Victims of Sexual Abuse Program.

By Diane Blaszka/PEI Kids
Two grants from the County of Mercer will support PEI Kids’ efforts to keep children safe.

By Diane Blaszka/PEI Kids
Four grants totaling $42,500 will help support PEI Kids, a Mercer County nonprofit dedicated to keeping children safe, and the hundreds of teenage clients it serves via its highly regarded juvenile intervention programs.

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By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
Hedge Funds Care/Help for Children and PNC Foundation will support Mercer County nonprofit PEI Kids' efforts to present approximately 550 child assault and bullying prevention workshops in more than 70 local schools this school year.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
Three students from Mercerville Elementary School took home the top prizes in PEI Kids’ annual “Child Assault Prevention and Bullying Prevention” poster contest.

By PEI Kids
More than 135 people attended the Annual PEI Kids’ Dinner and Auction, which benefits the PEI Kids’ efforts to keep Mercer County children safe.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
New site features richer content for community, educators, parents and caregivers

By PEI Kids
Mothers, daughters, sisters, business colleagues and BFF’s came together to enjoy an evening of food, wine and shopping Monday, March 18, at Trenton’s treasured Marsilio’s Kitchen to raise money for PEI...

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
Throughout 2013, Lawrenceville-based nonprofit PEI Kids will be utilizing several government, corporate and foundation grants it has received to help ensure the safety of Mercer County children.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
First or second time juvenile offenders will benefit from a $25,000 grant that the Office of Faith Based Initiatives (OFBI), a Division of Programs in the Department of State, recently awarded Mercer County, NJ, nonprofit PEI Kids.

By PEI Kids
To educate Mercer citizens about child sexual abuse, PEI Kids/Greater Mercer Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and the Mercer County Commission on Abused, Neglected and Missing Children recently hosted a community workshop.

By PEI Kids
Generous grants and support from a number of philanthropic corporate and foundation donors are allowing PEI Kids to provide more than 16,000 Mercer County children and their families with programs focused on keeping them safe.

By PEI Kids
Due to Hurricane Sandy, PEI Kids has rescheduled its Seventh Annual "Tasting in Titusville" from Friday, November 2 to Thursday, November 29 and has organized a diaper drive for children affected by Hurricane Sandy to be part of the fundraiser.

By PEI Kids
A $25,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the City of Trenton will help PEI Kids -- a nonprofit dedicated to keeping children safe -- serve at-risk teens via its Comprehensive Juvenile Offenders Outreach Services (CJOOS) program.

By PEI Kids
PEI Kids will host its Seventh Annual "Tasting in Titusville" on Friday, November 2, at the Union Firehouse, 1396 River Road (Route 29), Titusville, NJ, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $60 per person or two for $100.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
On October 4, 2012, the Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer will honor Mercer County nonprofit PEI Kids with a grant supporting its Crisis Intervention for Child Victims of Sexual Abuse Program.

By PEI Kids
This Opinion Editorial was written by Penny Ettinger, Executive Director of PEI Kids in Lawrenceville, NJ. PEI Kids’ mission is dedicated to promoting and maintaining a safe environment for all children.

By PEI Kids/Diane Blaszka
Three grants totaling $33,000 will benefit PEI Kids’ Crisis Intervention for Child Victims of Sexual Abuse program, which, last year alone, provided immediate counseling services to 255 child victims of sexual abuse in Mercer County.

By Diane Blaszka/PEI Kids
PEI Kids recently raised more than $55,000, honored The College of New Jersey's Bonner Center, and recognized four outstanding community leaders as PEI Kids’ PALS (People Appreciated for Long Service) at its 21st Annual Dinner and Auction.

By Diane Blaszka/PEI Kids
Two grants from the County of Mercer will support PEI Kids’ efforts to keep children safe.

By Diane Blaszka/PEI Kids
Four grants totaling $42,500 will help support PEI Kids, a Mercer County nonprofit dedicated to keeping children safe, and the hundreds of teenage clients it serves via its highly regarded juvenile intervention programs.



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