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Theatre of the Oppressed NYCTheatre of the Oppressed NYC partners with community members at local organizations to form theatre troupes.
The Battery ConservancyThe Battery Conservancy, in partnership with the City of New York’s Department of Parks and Recreation, designs, builds, maintains, and activates the historic Battery’s 25-acres of public parkland at the southern tip of Manhattan.
The Better Education FoundationB.E.F is a nonprofit organization that presents opportunities to women and children by providing education and resources to succeed.
The Bowne HouseA microcosm of 300 years of social, cultural & political history, the Bowne House (c.1661) has left its mark on American culture, including the principle of the freedom of expression, later codified in the USA’s Bill of Rights. We instill the family’s legacy of public service in the community.
The Boys' Club of New YorkThe Boys' Club of New York (BCNY) is a program founded in 1876 by philanthropist E.H Harriman to provide a haven where boys can learn, play and develop into productive adults. Today, we serve nearly 4,000 boys, providing them with the necessary tools to develop into well rounded young men.
The Bridal GardenThe Bridal Garden is a not-for-profit bridal boutique whose proceeds benefit disadvantaged children.
The Bridge NYThe Bridge provides housing and behavioral health services to vulnerable New Yorkers.
The Bronx is BloomingSince our founding in 2011 we have: - supported 20 Bronx community parks and green spaces - coordinated 18,000+ volunteers - contributed 103,000+ volunteer hours - created 240+ seasonal green jobs for Bronx high school and college students
The Carol Maraj FoundationThe Carol Maraj Foundation is an accredited 501(c)(3) public charity, founded in 2012 by Carol Maraj to help end violence against women. We provide women with awareness, education, empowerment and prevention programs to end the devastating cycle of domestic violence.
The Center For Anti-violence EducationThe Center for Anti-violence Education (CAE) works as a catalyst for change in the lives of women, transgender people, teen women, children, and other communities especially affected by violence. CAE?s programs are designed to develop participants? skills, knowledge, and awareness to enable them to heal from, prevent, and counter violence. We do this work to actively create a peaceful, just, and equitable world.