Miscellaneous Organizations


East Windsor Municipal Alliance for the
Prevention of Substance Abuse
443-4000 ext. 238

The Alliance hold events and programs throughout the year in the community, and at various East Windsor Regional Schools for students.  The Alliance also supports and works with various local community organizations to coordinate programs and special events.  The Alliance meets the first Wednesday of each month at the East Windsor Township Municipal Building.

East Windsor Township
Clean Communities
Advisory Committee
16 Lanning Boulevard
443-4000 ext. 237
Vincent Citarella,

This committee sponsors many programs including Clean-Up Days and Adopt-A-Spot Programs.  Please call the telephone number listed above for further information.


East Windsor Township Volunteer Boards -
Student Liason Program
16 Lanning Boulevard
443-4000 ext. 237

The East Windsor Township Mayor and Council appoint high school students to serve as Student Liasons on Township Volunteer Boards and Committees.  Applications are available at the Clerk's Office or on the Township's web site at www.east-windsor.nj.us.

Heroes and Ladies
Mentoring Program

Al Werner,

A tutoring and mentoring program that offers a wide variety of activities, trips, and services for children ages 7 - 16.  Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month.  There is no cost for this program.

Community Action Service Center
116 N. Main Street
Leslie Koppel, Director

Summer H.E.L.P. (Hightstown-East Windsor Learning Partners).  This five week summer day camp program is designed to enrich local youth and provide affordable, quality child care for working families.  This program includes 75 to 100 local children from Kindergarten through 6th grade.  Fees are assessed on a sliding scale, so the program is affordable to all families in the community.

East Windsor Township
National Night Out Against Crime

National Night Out Against Crime is a Township-sponsored event held annually on the first Tuesday of each August at the East Windsor Police Building.  Students can receive free photo identification cards, and tour various police, fire, and rescue exhibits.  Community leaders also provide tips on how to keep our neighborhoods safe.

Hightstown Rams Youth Football
and Cheerleeding (POP WARNER)
Kathleen Mayer,

This organization is for children ages 5 through 14.  Participation is open to residents of Hightstown, East Windsor, Cranbury, Roosevelt, Washington Township, Robbinsville and surrounding towns.  A variety of programs are offered such as flag football, touch football, and cheerleading.  Visit website at www.hightstownrams.org .

Summer Day School Program at Peddie School
c/o Jim Truslow
201 South Main Street
Hightstown, NJ 08520

Summer Day School at Peddie School offers ensrichment courses in ILA, science, and math and credit courses in math over six weeks in the summer.  For information and the online registration, go to www.peddie.org/neighbors/summer-programs or email artsjtruslow@peddie.org .

Knights of Columbus
P.O. Box 905
Hightstown, NJ 08520
Joe Hepp,
Squires Counselor

The Knights of Columbus offers a Squires Program at St. Anthony's Church.  The program is for boys 12-18 years of age.

Greater Hightstown Juniorettes
426-1365 and 448-5501
Karen Schwacha and Debbie Obst,

The Juniorettes are members of the General Federation of Women's Clubs.  Juniorettes are young women ages 12 to 18 dedicated to community service.