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Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYCBBBS of NYC offers a variety of mentoring programs designed to meet the unique and varied needs of New York City’s youth. At the center of each program, you’ll find a Program Manager dedicated to the success of each Big/Little match supporting their match progress and goals.
Big Apple GreeterTo enhance the worldwide image of New York City and enrich the New York experience by connecting visitors with knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteers
Between Da 2, Inc.Between Da 2, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, like many is one which cares for the community youth young adults. We aim and works towards offering opportunities for youth and young adults to enhance their quality of life.
BELL OrganizationA learning ecosystem that captures the minds of underrepresented racial minorities, girls and migrants through life coaching, academic and career building and youth mentor-ship.
Bellerose RescueBellerose Rescue provides emergency & non-emergency ambulance transportation, performs as a jobs corps for persons interested in allied health & emergency service careers, and partners with FDNY EMS for mutual aid and disaster response in the communities of Queens Village, Hollis, and Bellerose.
Behind the BookBehind the Book is a non-profit literacy organization that inspires New York City public school students to love reading. Our innovative programs, which are part of the curricula, bring accomplished authors into high-needs pre-K-12 classrooms to guide students in creating their own writing projects.
Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration CorpBedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, the nation’s first community development corporation, partners with residents and businesses to improve the quality of life of Central Brooklyn.
Beach 41Street Tenant AssociationOur organization is called the Beach 41Street Tenant Association. We are here to help assist the residents with any problems that may arrive. We also hold events for our seniors and youths. Assisting the residents with the gardening.
Bait-ul Jamaat - House of CommunityBait-ul Jamaat provides multi services and no cost to the underserved communities on Staten Island: Food Security - to date, we have fed over 16,000 families; Mental Health and the Arts using tai chi and art therapy techniques; Autism Awareness Peer Support Group Sessions and Mobile Food Pantry.
Backpacks For The StreetBackpacks For The Street is a nonprofit and grassroots movement to bring kindess, compassion and hope to the homeless. Throughout the year, we give out backpacks filled with food, life necessities and more to people living on the street. In Nov, we will give out 300+ packs throughout the city.