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ACE Programs for the HomelessACE (The Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless), founded in 1992, offers vocational training to men and women experiencing homelessness to assist them in developing the skills needed to secure full-time employment and achieve their goals of economic self-sufficiency.
Advantage Higher EducationAdvantage Higher Education emphasizes the development of critical thinking, college/career readiness, and life skills through project based learning activities using arts, sports, and STEM.
A Forum for LIFE, Inc.A Forum for LIFE, Inc. is an Authorized Provider for the Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSInstitute.org) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (aap.org). We teach life-saving skills to respond to emergencies and are seeking 25 people to train as CPR, A.E.D. & First Aid instructors.
A Free Bird OrganizationA Free Bird is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting childhood cancer through art and music therapy.
Africana Outreach, Inc.To bring people of African descent together through art.
African Voices Communications, Inc.African Voices Communications, Inc. is devoted to presenting audiences with unique and culturally diverse stories by artists of color in the areas of literature, visual art and film.
AFRO-ASIAN, INC.R. Salome James founded Afro-Asian, Inc. to present and promote knowledge and performance of music of various cultures, thus fostering appreciation of and celebrating diversity.
After School All StarsAfter-School All-Stars (ASAS) provides comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life.
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.