Rider University hosted a special soccer clinic for graduates of Millhill Child & Family Development. Thirty children ages four and five participated in the clinic at Rider in conjunction with the program for Organizational Leadership headed by Dr. Elizabeth Watson. The clinic, led by the women’s soccer team at Rider engaged the children in physical activity, and motor skills development. Upon their arrival, a seemingly gloomy day blossomed into a bright and sunny experience for participants. After learning basic soccer techniques the group was led into various group play exercises for a morning of fun.
Millhill Child & Family Development received a $10,000 grant in support of its PEERS Empowerment and Education Program for teenage girls from Princeton Area Community Foundation. The foundation recently awarded the grants to four local organizations though the Fund for Women & Girls, a fund composed of the collective generosity of 295 donors.
Millhill Child & Family Development received a $1,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Community Partner Program for tremendous service contributions to the community. Wells Fargo presented grants to 14 nonprofit organizations in Mercer County.
On Tuesday, November 20th at 10am the staff of Millhill Child and Family Development met with Cheyenne Mountain Outfitters of Robbinsville and One Simple Wish at Food Bazaar in Trenton to pick up 120 turkeys for the children and families of Millhill. The event was coordinated by April Sette of AC Marketing and Rita Pepperman of Pennington in an effort to make sure that families were able to celebrate Thanksgiving.