A NEW BUILDING IS NEEDED

Since 1963, the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad hasoccupied the same building at the corner of North Harrison Street and Clearview Avenue. This facility is outdated and insufficient to meet our community’s growing and diverse needs.

A NEW BUILDING IS PLANNED

Our new headquarters will be constructed on the site across from the Princeton Police Department. It will have:

  • Ample bays to store the Squad’s ten emergency vehicles and life-saving equipment.
  • Room to hold CPR and other health and safety classes open to the public.
  • Sleeping quarters for overnight first responders.
  • Space to train EMTs and conduct rescue drills.
  • Storage space for oxygen bottles, automated external defibrillators (AEDs), and other life-saving equipment.
  • Laundry and decontamination facilities.

A CAMPAIGN FOR THE FUTURE

Contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations will pay for the construction of our town’s new emergency medical facility. A fundraising campaign is in progress and groundbreaking ceremonies are being planned for later this fall.

To learn how you can contribute to the Campaign for the Future of the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad, contact Mark Freda, President, at 609-924-3338 ext. 5 or Jackie Simard, Development Officer, at 609-924-3338 ext. 2. Commemorative gift naming opportunities are available.