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Children of PromiseChildren of Promise, NYC is the first and only after-school program and summer day camp specifically designed to meet the needs, interests and concerns of children left behind by a parent serving time in prison. Since its inception, we have provided services to over 1500 children and their families
Children's Choice Family ServicesFounded on January 28, 2002, incorporated on October 13, 2005, CCFS works with young children and their families to break the cycle of illiteracy and poverty.
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.
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.
Church of St MarkThe Church of St Mark Food Pantry has been serving the community since 2003. Our main focus is food distribution on a weekly basis. We also have a homebound program where we deliver food on a monthly basis.Prior to COVID 19 we served zip codes 11203 11213 11225 &11226. .
CIDNY Center for Independence of the Disabled, NYCenter for Independence of the Disabled, NY (CIDNY) has over forty years of success advocating for people with disabilities. CIDNY has been selected by the New York Office of the State Long Term Care Ombudsman to manage the City’s Long Term Care Ombudsman Program.
City Harvest, Inc.City Harvest is New York City’s largest food rescue organization, helping to feed the nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers who are struggling to put meals on their tables.
City Island Rising, Inc.A community-based organization on City Island in the Bronx, New York. Only a year in operation, we've had success on DOT/public transportation issues, hosted a Narcan/CPR training, and environmental justice forum. We've also partnered with the Community Flood Watch Program to document flooding.
Clay Avenue Tenant Association INC.Clay Avenue Tenant Association is a Non-Profit organization that deals with NYCHA residents and the community as a whole.
COJO FlatbushVolunteerTaxPrep COJO Flatbush is an all-encompassing social services agency offering programs ranging from benefits and entitlements to housing advocacy, immigration services, adult education, tax preparation, senior programs and youth development