Friends of White Hill Mansion seek lawyer and accountant
Mar 18, 2014 11:25AM ● Published by Community News Service
The Friends of White Hill Mansion is looking for a pro-bono accountant and lawyer.
The White Hill Mansion was built circa 1760.
The Mansion housed Hessian soldiers preparing to march on Trenton to assist Col. Raul when Washington crossed the Delaware River and thwarted their plans.
Inventions in pottery and typesetting were done on the premises.
In its later years it was a famous restaurant owned by the Glenks, BLOST Enterprises and finally the Zusack family.
The Mansion has fallen into grave disrepair and the Friends of White Hill Mansion have been organized to save the house from total destruction. They are a non-profit group and recently received a 501(c)3 designation.
They are looking for a lawyer to review documents pertaining to a 501(c)3 designation, as well as agreements between the Friends and organizations that wish to rent the Mansion and an accountant to help with tax filings.
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