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Cents AbilityCents Ability provides high school students with the financial tools and knowledge to achieve their goals through the prudent and informed management of their financial resources. Our volunteer program allows skilled professionals to influence the lives of young adults., a new nonprofit website, lets visitors choose exactly how they want to make the world a better place. For just a few dollars, you can provide a child with a book, or fund an hour of cancer research. Imagine the scale of our impact when donation gifts become a social norm.
Chelsea 3In 1981, entrepreneur Eugene Lang made a historic speech, giving birth to the "I Have a Dream" Foundation. The National "I Have a Dream" Foundation was officially launched in 1986. Since then, there have been over 232 programs across 31 states, and two in New Zealand.
ChhayaCDCChhaya was founded to address the housing and economic needs for low-income South Asian and Indo-Caribbean New Yorkers.
Children of BellevueChildren of Bellevue (CoB) is a non-profit organization founded in 1949 to initiate, fund and develop special programs and to act as an advocate for children and their families within Bellevue Hospital Center.
Children's Magical GardenChildren's Magical Garden (CMG) has been continuously for over 30 years tending and providing food, education, and soul-nourishment to our neighborhood’s children and people of all ages.
Childrens Museum Of The ArtsOur mission is to extend the benefits of the arts to all children and their communities;to secure the future of the arts by inspiring and championing the next generation of artists. We provide authentic hands-on art experiences for children in our interactive museum and in the community.
Chinatown YMCA - Two Bridges CornerstoneFounded in 1852, today the Y serves a diverse population of more than half a million New Yorkers who learn, grow, and thrive through programs and services at our 24 branches.
Chinatown YMCA — Two Bridges CornerstoneThe Chinatown YMCA, in partnership with Department of Youth and Community Development and the New York City Housing Authority provides youth and adults in the Two Bridges area.
Chinese Progressive AssociationBased in Chinatown / Lower East Side, we work towards social and economic justice for Chinese Americans. We involve community members in making decisions that affect us, bring together people of diverse backgrounds. work with other communities and support equality and justice for all.