Kathleen Eustace

 
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Dedicated to generosity throughout her life, be it through her 30-plus years in nursing or her unwavering devotion to her family, Kathleen's gifts of compassion and care will be forever missed.  

 
 

 

To ensure your generosity and support are acknowledged - and to help protect you from future solicitations - Kathleen's Family has requested that memorial contributions be made through IN MEMORY OF to the following

 

 
 

Better Community Housing of Trenton

Formerly "Martin House"

With the retirement of Father Brian McCormick in 2012, the Martin House was closed and its Family of Programs to help the low-income residents of Trenton was shared among other organizations devoted to the same mission of advocacy. 

As a key part of the Martin House vision, Father Brian and a group of action-oriented neighborhood people started Better Community Housing of Trenton(BCH Trenton) to provide affordable housing for the very poor. Prospective homeowners had to put in 100 hours volunteering on housing rehab in order to “show interest and gain a skill… so that they can take care of their own home. Then they have to put in 100 hours of work on their own home.” To continue the spirit of giving and of community, once they move in, new homeowners would donate one day a month for the life of their 10-year mortgage.

By the time of Father Brian's retirement, 167 homes had been built or rehabilitated and the BCHT continues its mission in the values espoused by its original founder to create inner city neighborhoods in Trenton that are safe and stable, where people can afford to live and where residents feel empowered to work together to bring about change and raise children with values, goals, and dignity.  

 
 
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Trenton Area Soup Kitchen

The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) is a private, non-sectarian, charitable organization that depends almost entirely on the help of dedicated volunteers and generous financial support from individuals, churches, local businesses and community organizations. TASK provides more than 3,000 free meals per week to people in need in the Trenton area. We direct our activities toward helping patrons achieve healthier lifestyles, increased self-esteem, and self-sufficiency. To this end, TASK and agencies using our facility provide a wide array of social, community, and health services.

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Your Support Shared with the Family

In Memory Of ensures that the family knows of your support.  All donor names will be sent to the family in a single letter, allowing your generosity to be known and acknowledged.  As it is the thought that counts, the amount of your donation will not be disclosed.

 

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By using In Memory Of, you are assured that your information will be kept confidential. We will not forward your name or contact information to the organization that received your donation, thereby preventing any future solicitation.

 

Our Commitment to Transparency

 

To provide our services, cover credit card processing fees and grow our social organization, we receive six percent of the total contributions and add one dollar to the overall donation that will be charged to your card.

 
 

 

For additional information regarding services and arrangements or to leave a condolence message for the family, please visit the funeral home website by clicking on the image below.

 
 
 

 

If you choose not to use our services and would prefer to write a check directly to the organization, please click the button below to find the correct mailing address.  In Memory Of cannot guarantee the family will be notified of your generosity, nor can we protect you from future solicitations.