Princeton YMCA launches gratitude project

The Princeton YMCA’s Donor Man, aka Michael Rosenborough

The Princeton Family YMCA’s Donor Man, also known as Michael Rosenborough, director of the YMCA’s Accept, Compete, Excel program, is calling on area young people to create artwork to cheer on Princeton’s many hometown superheroes.

The YMCA is collecting artwork from local youth of all ages to be used on banners that will recognize the community’s many local superheroes who, at their own risk, are helping others during the COVID-19 crisis.  Artwork should be on 8 ½ x 11 paper and can be submitted via email in jpeg or png formats, or as a PDF, to contactus@princetonymca.org. Artwork also can be dropped off in the dropbox that has been set up in front of the YMCA’s front doors. The deadline for submitting artwork is April 17.

“Caring is one of the Y’s four core values – and showing our love and appreciation to our neighbors is imperative right now.  I can’t wait to see the amazing work that kids will share for the Gratitude Project!”, said Donor Man from his superhero residence that cannot be disclosed, “I miss seeing my friends, but staying home saves lives – and creating this artwork is a great way for young people to help the cause from home and put appreciation into action!”