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Tropicalfete Inc.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.
Tupos Mentor Development Program, Inc.Tupos Mentor Development Program is a multicomponent initiative for career-minded individuals desiring to mentor, teach and inspire growth and cultivation in their peers. The program currently targets individuals in Brooklyn, ages 16-30, looking to build upon their leadership skills.
Turning Point BrooklynTurning Point Brooklyn aims to build a better Brooklyn through its diverse support programs within the Sunset Park and Red Hook communities. Our 40 year presence has established a culture of trust and commitment.
Turn The Corner FoundationTurn the Corner is dedicated to the support of research, education, awareness and innovative treatments for Lyme Disease and other tick-borne diseases.
Two Bridges Neighborhood CouncilFor more than half a century, Two Bridges has nurtured the unique character of Manhattan's Lower East Side.
UHABUHAB empowers low- to moderate-income residents to take control of their housing and enhance communities by creating strong tenant associations and lasting affordable co-ops.
Uncommon Collegiate Charter High SchoolWe are a Title 1 high school located in Brooklyn, NY. The majority of our students are from Brooklyn's most underserved community, Brownsville. Our mission is for 100% of our students to get to and through a 4-year college.
Union Health CenterWe are a nationally recognized primary and specialty care practice in the Chelsea area of New York City. The Center provides multidisciplinary team-based care and is an NCQA-certified level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home.
Union SettlementThrough vital services and programs, we equip our East Harlem neighbors with opportunities to better their lives and achieve their dreams.
Union Settlement NORC at Franklin PlazaThe Union Settlement Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC) helps residents of Franklin Plaza, a housing development in East Harlem, who are age 60+ remain in their homes as they age. We do this by offering social services, health management services and activities right on site.