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A 37 year old, Trenton-based nonprofit that fosters self-reliant families and healthy, sustainable communities.

Archived Updates

Today is the (gulp) 25th anniversary of Elyse Pivnick's employment at Isles.

Your donation, like the tree you sponsor, will contribute to the needs of our community for decades to come.

Check out the videos from the Lead and Education conference Isles held with the Woodrow Willson School of Public & International Affairs.

Isles is pleased to annouce five new members to our Board of Trustees: Christopher Cramer, Gary Gray, Karen McGuinness, Melanie Willoughby, and Willard Stanback. 

When Joy Ingram-Robinson's 2-year-old daughter starting showing signs that she was sick, her mother thought it was because she was a premature baby.

4,325 sq ft. creative/loft space available at Mill One perfect for an architect or advertising office.

Making a gift of appreciated stock is a beneficial way to provide a year end charitable donation, and it's simple! Find out how...

Thanks to friends and supporters like you, we hit our campaign goal!

Cost-Effective Approaches for Creating Lead Safe and Healthy Housing: a conversation about what makes an integrated service like Isles' ReHEET sucessful and how to start a similar project...

Graduation took place on June 21 at Mercer County Park Marina & Boathouse. What a beautiful day to celebrate our students' accomplishments and the support of our friends and family.

The Elephant in the (Class)room: a discussion on lead in the water of many NJ schools, how it affects school performance, and what we can do to help.

Learn about the effects of lead on children, the problem of environmental lead in NJ, and proposed solutions.

Join our effort to prevent childhood lead poisoning. Updated 4/5 with statement on Gov. Christie's press conference on more lead clean-up funding.

You did it! We met the TINY Challenge.

New Brunswick, NJ (October 28, 2015) - Today, a team of researchers and Trenton stakeholders released a comprehensive analysis of the conditions and trends in Trenton neighborhoods.

The Trenton Historic Development Collaborative, in partnership with I Am Trenton Community Foundation and Isles, Inc., is pleased to announce the recipients of its Fall 2015 round of funding.

Isles is pleased to announce the addition of three new Trustees, elected at its June Board Meeting.

The 20th Isles Youth Institute Commencement Ceremony took place on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at The Hibernian Club in Hamilton Square, NJ. Commencement...

On April 19, an inspiring leader and friend, Louise Rolling, passed away. How lucky we are to stand on the shoulders of such great people who make this work possible!

A Fork in the Road tells the stories of Andre, an Isles employee, and Lamar, a former IYI student,...

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