Our 100+ year-old  neighborhood is made up of a diverse group of people fostering a strong sense of community and mutual respect.  Together we make charitable contributions from the proceeds of our annual house tours and from our civic association treasury; individually we proudly donate our own time, talents and treasure to various nonprofits as well as to school and church activities too numerous to cite. 

Following is a list of nonprofit organizations supported by the Cadwalader Heights Civic Association:

  • Trenton Museum Society
  • The Ladies' Club of the Cadwalader-Asbury United Methodist Church
  • Rainbow House, a program of LifeTies
  • TASK (Trenton Area Soup Kitchen)
  • LIFT (Looking Into the Future Together)
  • Trenton YWCA
  • Womanspace
  • West  Ward  Advisory Board's Summer Youth Camp
  • New Visions Community Cultural Development Center
  • Union Industrial Home for Children
  • Friends of Homeless Animals
  • Habitat for Humanity - Trenton
  • Plus 2 extensive neighborhood betterment projects:  Reforestation -- planted 66 street shade trees, a $22,000 project we funded and executed in partnership with the City of Trenton, the County of Mercer, and Squibb's CommuniTrees program
  • The purchase and installation of 14 period-style street signs, a $17,000 project we funded and executed in conjunction with the City of  Trenton
  • I Am Trenton Community Foundation
  • Cadwalader Park Alliance
  • Foundation for the Trenton Free Public Library
  • HomeFront
  • Martin House
  • Trenton Circus Squad
  • Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Robotics Program

The current House Tour nonprofit partner is HomeWorks Trenton, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit operating a free, after-school residential program for marginalized high school girls that provides academic and identity-driven leadership enrichment to supplement public schools and develop community leaders. HomeWorks elevates public education by replicating the benefits of a boarding school experience without the bureaucracy, high costs, and scalability issues, while also keeping scholars in their home community.