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3DS NYC3 Day Startup (“3DS”) is an academic program that teaches entrepreneurial skills through a “learning by doing” model and helps students kickstart companies. The program has spread to other schools in North America, Europe, South America, the Middle East and Asia.
4th U/Fourth Universalist Society of The City of New YorkThe Fourth Universalist Society of The City of New York is a Universalist Unitarian church in Manhattan. It is known as the "Beacon of Liberal Religion on New York's Upper West Side." This year, 2013, marks 4th U's 175th Anniversary! We will celebrate all year long with fun events/classes.
826NYC826NYC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages with their creative and expository writing skills. Our services are structured on the beliefs that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention, and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success.
A Blade of GrassA Blade of Grass nurtures socially engaged art
A Caring Hand Bereavement CenterThe A Caring Hand Bereavement Center in Manhattan is a free-standing, comprehensive bereavement center for children, teens and families. We provide group and individual services as well as consultation and educational scholarships for bereaved children and teens.
Achievement First-Tutoring ProgramAchievement First (AF) is a nonprofit public charter school management organization based in Brooklyn, NY and New Haven, Hartford and Bridgeport, CT.
Action To Cure Kidney CancerAction to Cure Kidney Cancer is a grassroots organization of kidney cancer patients, their families, caregivers, and supporters. ACKC works intensively to raise awareness of kidney cancer and promotes increased public and private funding to advance early diagnosis, effective treatment, and a search for a cure for this disease.
A Free Bird OrganizationA Free Bird is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting childhood cancer through art and music therapy.
After-School All StarsFounded in 1992, ASAS gives children the tools they need for successful futures. We started in Los Angeles with 40,000 youth competing in summer time athletic and academic competitions, and now we provide comprehensive out-of-school time programs to 87,377 participants at 367 schools in 14 cities.
Agenda For Children Tomorrow (ACT)A public-private partnership, Agenda for Children Tomorrow (ACT) promotes the well-being of children, families and neighborhoods in New York City by working to improve services and to strengthen the capacities of communities. As an intermediary and change agent, ACT: -builds upon and convenes coalitions of organizations and individuals to plan strategically; -assists public and nonprofit agencies to be more responsive to the needs and strengths of local communities; -promotes integrated and coordinated service delivery structures within, though not exclusively, early child care and education, housing, economic development, child welfare and other health and human services sectors; -helps to make services more accessible, available, user-friendly and culturally relevant; and builds the capacities of youth, parents and families to advocate on behalf of themselves and their communities. -Central to the mission is the persistent pursuit of sustainable strategic opportunities to achieve these five goals.