The Campaign for Capital Health and the Trenton Neighborhood Initiative
The time has come for a broader vision of well-being. You can help.
Capital Health is deeply committed to improving the well-being of the people we serve in the communities that surround us. We also understand that health is more than healthcare, and that 80 percent of our health is determined by societal factors. That’s why our current Campaign for Capital Health includes the opportunity to directly support the meaningful work we are doing to deliver solutions that address social determinants of health to improve the well-being of Trentonians. TNI focuses on home ownership and rehabilitation, job training and employment, digital equity, and healthy beginnings to support the needs of new parents and their families, as well as citywide strategies to improve the housing system and reduce lead poisoning.
As the principal employer in the region, a provider of healthcare, and an economic driver of the local economy, Capital Health is leveraging our role as an anchor institution, and joining our partners in Trenton and Mercer County to revitalize our community for our residents.
The Trenton Neighborhood Initiative (TNI) is a visionary community partnership co-led by Capital Health and the Trenton Health Team (a multi-sector coalition working toward health equity) that represents Capital Health’s five-year, $10-million investment in a whole-community approach to transformational change.
The Trenton Neighborhood Initiative: A Partnership with a Plan
The goals of the Trenton Neighborhood Initiative (TNI) are organized around four project pillars:
- LIVE — Homeownership, neighborhood redevelopment, housing policy
- WORK — Job training, education, and small business support
- GROW — Child and family well-being
- CONNECT — Increased access to the internet and computers
TNI is a collaborative effort. You, too, can make a difference.
TNI is generously supported by Allied Universal, Bank of America, the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation, Investors Bank, Janssen/Johnson & Johnson, Labcorp, Citizens Bank Philanthropic Foundation, the George H. Sands and Estelle M. Sands Foundation, Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber, Sodexo, the Wawa Foundation and many other corporate and private foundation partners.
To join in this unique opportunity to impact our community, you can make your gift of support or to receive more information about this transformative initiative, please contact the Capital Health Foundation:
Online: Make an Online Donation | Capital Health Hospitals
Mail: Two Capital Way, Suite 361, Pennington, NJ 08534