Anchor House Update - July Edition
Anchor House Earns Platinum Seal of Transparency
Anchor House is excited to share that we earned a 2022 Platinum Seal of Transparency with Candid! The Platinum level is the highest level of financial transparency awarded to any nonprofit. You can support our work with trust and confidence by viewing our profile.

"Anchor House is committed to serving youth, young people and their families with life changing services while remaining financially responsible and transparent." - Kim McNear, Executive Director

Did you know? Anchor House offers programs and services 24/7/365 to youth and young people in need. Your support helps sustain programs at our five locations throughout the City of Trenton including two Street Outreach Drop In Centers.

Charting a Path Forward
As we prepare for what comes next in these rapidly changing and challenging times, the Anchor House Board of Directors and staff recently adopted a new strategic plan to help chart a path forward. The three-year plan was created with a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice (DEIJ).

The plan outlines four strategic priority areas: programming, communications, fund development and staffing.

"Anchor House is at an exciting time as we celebrate our impact over the past 44 years while remaining agile to position our services to the evolving needs of our clients and the community . " - Kristie Sells, President, Anchor House Board of Trustees

If you are interested in learning more, or lending your expertise through skills based volunteering or joining a committee, please contact Kim McNear, Executive Director at

Pictured here is a Connect to Home family outing at the beach on a hot summer day. Our Safe Housing Programs, including Connect to Home, provide housing assistance and supportive services to stabilize and safely re-house individuals.
Thank you Anchor House Foundation Ride/Walk for Runaways!
Anchor House thanks all the participants, donors, support team and the Anchor House Foundation board and volunteers for another successful year! The "Classic" Ride concluded this weekend at the Quakerbridge Mall after a week of cycling 500 miles from Charlottesville, VA.

The event, organized by the Anchor House Foundation, is an important revenue stream to keep our doors open and programs operating. Funds raised help Anchor House serve nearly 1,000 individuals each year free of charge.

Follow along on Facebook for photos and the latest updates. For more info on the Ride/Walk or to donate visit the Foundation website.