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Wheaton Pointe

Wheaton Pointe is a part of Springpoint Senior Living and provides affordable housing for low income seniors aged 62 and over. We try to keep nonperishable food items in stock for residents that run out of food and money at the end of the month. Most of our resident's only source of income is Social Security and SSI which unfortunately sometimes does not sustain them financially for the entire month.

This listing was last updated May 29, 2018

Location & Open Times

Preferably at the end of the month. Wednesday or Thursday after 1pm.

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 4 years ago

20 Lanning Blvd., East Windsor, NJ 08520, USA Get Directions

  • 609-448-7738

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  • Frances Holly

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