American Cancer Fund (ACF)
ACF is dedicated to the education, support, and empowerment of those affected by Cancer by organizing and clarifying information. They elevate the level of understanding of Cancer. They inform – you decide!
- Shari Lerer, CFO
- (908) 431-9800
- P.O. Box 7262, Hillsborough, New Jersey 08844
Boy Scouts of America (Patriots Path Council – Raritan Valley District)
Hillsborough hosts local Boy Scout Troops and Cub Scout Packs in the community for boys in Kindergarten through 12th grade. The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Hillsborough Cub Scout Pack 289
Triangle Elementary School
156 South Triangle Road. Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Cubmaster Heather A. Boyce
Central Jersey Housing Resource Center
CJHRC is an affordable housing agency offering free housing counseling, savings match and grant programs for home ownership, financial, pre-purchase, post-purchase and delinquency workshops to educate you in preparing to purchase or rent.
- (908) 704-8901
A shared piece of land that will be gardened by anyone who reserves a plot. The cost is $20 for a year. People interested in the outdoors, learning about gardening and growing fresh healthy food should join.
- (908) 359-3768
Cooperative Housing Corporation
A nonprofit organization providing subsidized shared living residences to low-income seniors and some special needs populations.
- Joyce Pennyfeather
- (908) 526-8130
- 59 West End Avenue, Somerville NJ
Girl Scouts of Hillsborough
Interested in finding out more about how your daughter can get involved in Girl Scouts? Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character that make the world a better place. Your daughter can join as early as Kindergarten and can participate all the way through High School – its never too late to get involved!
Learn more about what Girl Scouts do here in Hillsborough by checking out our website www.borogirlscouts.org or email our Troop placement team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about Troop openings at your grade level.
American Red Cross – Central NJ/Somerville
- 14 West Cliff Street, Somerville NJ
- (908) 725-2217
Hillsborough Baseball League
- Ed Porowski (President)
- (908) 866-1425
Hillsborough Dukes Pop Warner Football and Cheer
- James Moran, President
- Danielle Scott, Head Cheerleading Commissioner
- Jay Scott, Head Football Commissioner
- P.O. Box 7061, Hillsborough NJ
Hillsborough Education Foundation
Hillsborough Education Foundation is a non-profit organization with a long history of supporting education in Hillsborough.
Hillsborough HEAT Baseball Club
Hillsborough Heat Baseball Club is a competitive travel youth baseball club, made up of several teams at different age levels. The Hillsborough Heat provides extensive instructional baseball training in the winter and competitive play in the spring, summer and fall.
- Visit Hillsborough HEAT Baseball Club here.
Hillsborough Senior Citizens Club
- Dorrie Guarniero – President
- Loretta Tansey – Membership
Hillsborough Senior Citizens Club
- Tony Fusco -President
- Merle Matthews – Membership
Hillsborough Senior Line Dancing
- Gloria Padgett
- (732) 350-4012
Hillsborough Soccer Club
The Hillsborough Soccer Club offers a fun, competitive soccer environment and professional coaching (practice and games) for boys and girls ages 8 – 17. The Club also offers a non-competitive Youth Development Program for boys and girls ages 5 – 8 that places a strong emphasis on soccer basics.
- John Ciccarelli
- (908) 431-9057
The Jointure for Community Adult Education, Inc.
Check out our fun classes and online learning opportunities!
Lisa Giranda, Assistant Executive Director
(908) 722-0233 ext 14
Darnell Scott, Director of Children’s Programs
(908) 722-0233 ext 17
Junior Raider Football
The Hillsborough Jr. Raiders is an independent recreational youth
organization serving the community of Hillsborough, NJ. The Jr. Raiders offers organized youth activities in flag and tackle football, cheerleading and track & field for youth in grades Kindergarten through 8th. The Jr. Raiders offers opportunities for boys and girls of all skill levels. Our philosophy is that all children need to get into the game. Everyone plays.
Moms Club of Hillsborough East (Residents East of Rt. 206)
The MOMS Club® is an International non-profit organization specifically for mothers who have chosen to stay home with their children. We meet the 1st Thursday of every month. The MOMS Club offers monthly meetings, playgroups, MOMS night out, field trips, casual get-togethers, monthly newsletter and special interest groups.
Moms Club of Hillsborough West (Residents West of Rt. 206)
Open to all stay-at-home moms who live on the west side of Rt. 206. Our monthly meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month at 9:45 am. Contact our Membership Vice President at email@example.com for more details. Membership Vice President
Open Your Heart
A Hillsborough-based nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing cats from NJ animal shelters.
- Shelly Wester, President
- (908) 874-8815
Raritan & Millstone Flood Commission
Commission meets 4th Wednesday of each month at various municipal buildings.
Frank Jurewicz, Chairman
Office (908) 655-4180
Cell (908) 514-8838
Raritan Valley Choral Society
A community chorus based in Hillsborough open to all who like to sing. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays at 7:30 PM September through June at the Neshanic Reformed Church, 715 Amwell Road.
Martha Dudich, Artistic Director
The Raritan Valley Symphonic Band
Rehearsals Wednesday Evenings at 7:30 pm at Hillsborough High School from Sept. thru July.
Dr. Christopher Sumner, Artistic Director, Conductor
Resource Center of Somerset
Somerset County 4-H
Somerset County YMCA
- Hillsborough Family YMCA
- Somerset County YMCA Branch
- Kim Cole, Executive Director
Special Olympics of New Jersey
To provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
- Jeannie Ciaccio
The Woman’s Club of Hillsborough
Meetings 2nd Tuesday of the month
Multi-purpose Room 7:30 p.m, Municipal Complex
Carolyn Hespe, 2nd VP