Tradition of Giving

Each year our firm selects a public charity that we feel captures the spirit of the season, and contributes on behalf of our clients and friends.

Princeton Consultants proudly contributes this holiday season to the International Rescue Committee (IRC). Albert Einstein requested the founding of the IRC in 1933, after he fled persecution in Nazi Germany and permanently settled in Princeton. The IRC has since evolved into a global organization that responds to the worst humanitarian crises through health care, infrastructure, learning and economic support.

Due to conflict and natural disasters, there are today more than 50 million refugees and displaced people, the most since World War II. We researched organizations that are striving to restore safety and dignity, and noted that the IRC has long been one of the highest-ranking nonprofits for accountability, transparency, and efficient use of contributions. We encourage you to visit the IRC website,, and learn how the IRC is there for so many “when the road ahead is uncertain and everything has changed.”


Previous Recipients

2014 Malala Fund

2013 Mandela Rhodes Foundation

2012 American Red Cross


2010 Solar Cookers International

2009 The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

2008  Doctors Without Borders

2007  The Amy Foundation

2006  Heifer International

2005  AmeriCares

2004  Teach for America

2003  Community Foodbank of NJ

2002  Starlight Children's Foundation

2001  Robin Hood

2000  City Harvest