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06 United Football ClubThe 06 United Football Club is a recognized 501(C)(3) non-profit organization, founded in June 2006. We're aimed to developing men, women and youth soccer players based in New York City and committed to foster the physical and mental growth of children from age 5-15 with our youth soccer academy.
103YLCThe 103 YLC with work closely together with youth and police. We will discuss ideas and achieve goals for our community. We also discuss common school and after school issues such as bullying, social media , marijuana use etc, to raise awareness for other teens.
105 Precinct YLCPromote positive change in community.
9 Million Reasons9MR assists New York City residents to stand on their own two feet. We do this through food distribution and employable skill set training to meet the essentials for anyone in need.
Academy of Medical and Public Health ServicesFounded in 2010, AMPHS strives to create a local system of making care more accessible to immigrant New Yorkers through culturally-sensitive intervention methods, de-institutionalized healthcare environments, and grassroots outreach.
ADL Crisis InterventionADL Crisis Intervention Ministry provides outreach to its members and community at large through educational forums and intervention in the areas of HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, mental health, domestic violence, communicable diseases and children & family supportive services.
Administration for Children's ServicesThe Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) protects and promotes safety and well-being of New York City’s children and families by providing child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care and education services.
A Free Bird OrganizationA Free Bird is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization based in New York City. Our organization provides children diagnosed with cancer the opportunity to explore their artistic passion.
Agency of International Cooperation for Development, Inc.ACID is an American 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization founded on notions of interdependence and international solidarity. It promotes a sustainable development approach to enable disadvantaged populations to cope with many social issues on a global scale.
AHRC NEW YORK CITYAHRC currently serves over 15,000 individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities throughout the five boroughs.