Realty of Princeton and Bonefish Grill Throw End of Summer Bash to Benefit Community Options
September 22, 2017 | Press Release.pdf
PRINCETON, NJ – On Wednesday, September 20, Realty of Princeton partnered with Bonefish Grill in Lawrenceville, NJ for its annual “End of Summer Get Together.”
This year, Realty of Princeton and Bonefish Grill celebrated the end of summer with a donation to local nonprofit Community Options of Princeton, NJ. Community Options provides housing and employment support to thousands of individuals with intellectual and development disabilities across 11 states. The donation was made to the organization’s entrepreneurial businesses (Community Options Enterprises) that operate to integrate people with disabilities into the workforce.
Jim McKenna, the Broker and Owner of Realty of Princeton, has served on the Business Advisory Council for Community Options since 2015.
“Realty of Princeton is excited to partner with Bonefish Grill of Lawrenceville to give back to the community,” said McKenna, who collaborated with Bonefish Grill managing partner Christopher Wilkerson on the event. “Having spent the last few years on their Business Advisory Council, Community Options Enterprises is consistently pushing for the best in service for the individuals they support.”
The event was held at Bonefish Grill in Lawrenceville, inside the Mercer Mall.
Community Options Enterprises consists of Vaseful, a flower shop in Edison; Presents of Mind, a gift store in Flanders and Daily Plan It, a completely furnished office building that offers rental space and tenancy to local businesses, located in Morristown, Princeton and Moorestown. To learn more about Community Options Enterprises, visit https://www.comop.org/services/enterprises/.
About Community Options, Inc.:
For 28 years, Community Options has developed housing and employment programs for people with disabilities – serving thousands of people through over 40 offices across 11 states. Community Options provides advocacy assistance to empower people with disabilities because all people – regardless of ability level – should live and work in the community with dignity, choice and self-determination. For more information please visit our website: www.comop.org and to follow along with the ComOpCares campaign, search #ComOpCares on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.