Anchor House Update - March Edition
2021 Anchor House Impact Report
Anchor House is pleased to share our 2021 Impact Report with donors, partners and the community. Thank you to our caring and generous community for your support in helping to make our work possible.

"It's been another challenging year yet one full of strength, growth and resilience. Anchor House remains steadfast in our mission to help meet the needs of youth, young people and their families." - Kim McNear, Executive Director and Kristie Sells, President, Board of Directors

Celebrating 44 Years of Service!
Anchor House was founded in 1978, by a group of concerned citizens, to help move homeless and runaway youth off the streets of Trenton and reunite them with their family.

Today, we offer a myriad of programs and services that meet the complex needs of youth, ages 12 to 24 and their families from Mercer County and throughout the state of New Jersey and beyond.  

Did You Know? Anchor House operates 5 locations in Trenton including 2 Street Outreach Drop In Centers.

Anchor House Foundation Ride/Walk for Runaways
The 44th annual Anchor House Foundation Ride/Walk is now open for registrations. This year will include a "Classic" Ride for Runaways starting in Charlottesville, VA in July and ending in Trenton.

There will also be a "Flex" Ride and Walk planned for 2022. Organized by the Foundation, the three challenges help raise critical funds for Anchor House programs and services.