Princeton Recreation Trails improves pathways to increase safe and healthy opportunities for all. Our pirmary goal is to bring a separated Mississippi River Trail (MRT) to Princeton, Iowa.
Princeton Recreation Trails is run solely on volunteers and relies heavily on donations from organizations and individuals.
Proceeds from the 2nd Annual Princeton Dog Scamper benefitted Princeton Recreation Trails, Inc. a non profit to provide a safe off road for all to enjoy and connect with nature.
The Norma Leah Ovarian Cancer Initiative is enriching lives through early detection education, patient support services, and research funding for ovarian cancer – the silent killer of women.
Since 1938, the President of the United States has Proclaimed April as National Cancer Control Month. This month is dedicated to raising awareness for cancer prevention and treatment.
Little Ward Farm hosted their National Alpaca Days to promote awareness of alpacas, alpaca products and support the Fostering Crossroads Shoes to Share program.
Fostering Crossroads provides resources and support of certified foster families, and post-foster adoptive families. Their Shoes to Share program helps provide new footwear to children who are entering and in foster care.