As Griggs Farm Residents Find Temporary Housing, PCH Thanks Donors

Nearly all of the 34 Griggs Farm displaced residents who needed to find temporary housing have secured affordable homes in the area, enabling them to maintain key community, school and employment connections over the next 10-12 months while the building is being reconstructed.  PCH and the Human Services Department (HSD) of the municipality of Princeton have been working closely with the residents throughout this time.  

 PCH greatly thanks all the donors who gave generously to help the residents; please see here for more details about how the donations helped residents and more about the affordable housing landscape.

The challenges PCH and HSD faced in locating temporary affordable homes for the residents demonstrate the significant need for additional affordable homes in the area.  Please see this video of residents' reflections about the importance of having an affordable home.   We continue to welcome unrestricted contributions for PCH to support our mission; you may click here to donate. Thanks again very much to donors and local organizations for your generosity and kindness in supporting PCH's work for 50 years and into our sixth decade.

Sign Up Here for Emails!


"It Starts with a Home" illustrates how important a stable home has been in the lives of our residents, the housing opportunities PCH has provided over the past 50 years and our vision to ensure that Princeton is a vibrant, inclusive community that is home to persons of all income levels. We are most thankful to our residents, trustees and staff for telling us their stories in support of our mission to provide, manage and advocate for affordable, safe and well maintained homes, offering all people the opportunity to build more productive and fulfilling lives. Read more

Princeton Community Housing: It Starts with a Home


Yiu Yin Chan and Min Guiying are friends and enjoy gardening in the Community Garden where they have their own plots during the spring and summer months.