To enhance the well-being and quality of life for all New Yorkers by meeting the interim needs of people of all ages. We are a multi-social service agency with a focus on the provision of a continuum of care that includes a myriad of services for seniors and people with disabilities.
Yadestiny Treasure Chest provides clean clothing and resources to children in need.
Fordham Law's Feerick Center for Social Justice works with students, alumni, lawyers, and community volunteers to connect low-income New Yorkers to the legal resources they need and cannot afford. The Center seeks to frame concrete, achievable solutions to discrete problems of urban poverty.
Bellevue Hospital Center's Victim Services Program empowers and educate adult victims of crime, domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault, and their family members about their rights, as well as the range of comprehensive services available to them following a life altering trauma.
Sprout opens exciting new worlds to people with special needs. We are a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping people grow through safe, challenging, creative and fun experiences that enhance mobility, self-confidence and socialization.
Non-profit organization that provides FREE hair replacements and solutions to children experiencing medical hair-loss. We have a special interest in inner-city kids as they are a group that is often overlooked and undeserved due to the special needs of their hair.
Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is dedicated to supporting the careers of emerging and underrepresented artists and curators. Uniquely situated inside the Essex St. Market, Cuchifritos’ position compels artists, curators and visitors to respond to the dynamic artistic spirit of the LES.
Behind the Book is a non-profit literacy organization that inspires New York City public school students to love reading. Our innovative programs, which are part of the curricula, bring accomplished authors into high-needs pre-K-12 classrooms to guide students in creating their own writing projects.
PSS, founded in 1962, is an innovative, multi-service agency working for New York City’ older adults, caregivers and their families. PSS creates community and builds the capacity to thrive by delivering vital tools, programs, and resources.
Mission Developing the community in the area of arts and social services with the focus on educating the global community on Caribbean culture throughout the World.