BY THE NUMBERS

5.36 MINUTES

AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME

From dispatch to on-scene

3,069

9-1-1 DISPATCHED CALLS

Transported 2,060 patients to a hospital or trauma center

$1.5 M

2020 OPERATING BUDGET

David Mathey

Since 2005, the David Mathey Charitable Trust has distributed more than $600,000 to the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad. This bequest has had a tremendous impact on our ability to serve Princeton residents.

You Make a Difference!

Gifts of all sizes power every lifesaving call we make. When you make a gift, you become part of a community making sure Princeton will have neighbor-to-neighbor emergency medical services for years to come.

Annual Support

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Endowment Fund

Give a gift that keeps on giving!

The Endowment Fund for the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad can help you make a positive impact for generations to come.

Our fund at the Princeton Area Community Foundation is growing, and it will benefit our community forever.

To learn more, contact Jackie Simard, Development Officer, at 609-924-3338 Ext. 2.

Charitable Bequests

Making a bequest is the easiest way to support the Squad because it allows you to maintain control over your assets during your lifetime. Here is sample language for two types of bequests you can make to the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad.

A simple bequest can be a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate.

  • Specific: “I devise to the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad, a nonprofit organization in the State of New Jersey located at 2 Mount Lucas Road, Princeton, NJ 08540, the sum of $___________.”
  • Percentage: “I devise to the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad, a nonprofit organization in the State of New Jersey located at 2 Mount Lucas Road, Princeton, NJ 08540, ______% of my estate.”

No gift is too small, and it costs you nothing now. To learn more, speak with your financial advisor or contact the Development Office.

Corporations & Foundations

The Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad is immensely grateful to area corporations and foundations for supporting first responder training with generous program grants. To learn more, contact Jackie Simard at 609-924-3338 Ext. 2.