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The Isamu Noguchi Foundation & Garden MuseumThe Noguchi Museum ? chartered as The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum ? houses a comprehensive collection of the artwork of Isamu Noguchi. Its purpose is to conserve and interpret this collection for the benefit of the public, and to maintain the unique environment created by the artist for the display of his sculpture.
The International Human Rights Art FestivalNew York City’s inaugural International Human Rights Art Festival (Mar 3-5), includes more than 75 artists presenting more than 20 events oriented around human rights themes, including theatre, dance, visual art, climate change tarot card readings, workshops, spoken word, panel discussion and more
The Humane Society of the United StatesFor more than a half-century, The The Humane Society of the United States has been fighting for the protection of all animals through advocacy, education and hands-on programs. Celebrating animals and confronting cruelty. The HSUS is the nation's largest animal protection organization.
The HOPE Program, Inc.Founded in 1984, HOPE provides essential job training and career support services to those facing significant barriers to employment, including histories of substance abuse, criminal justice involvement, homelessness, or a lack of high school education.
The Hope Center Development CorporationHCDC offers a weekly soup kitchen and food pantry serving over 80, 000 annually, food delivery to vulnerable seniors, partner with another local agency distributing food from mobile food pantry, SNAP recruitment, HSE tutoring, computer classes,annual health fairs, referrals to other agencies
The Greater Ridgewood Youth Council, Inc.The GRYC is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that focuses on education, counseling, truancy prevention, job preparation, and employment opportunities. The GRYC currently serves over 3,200 youth and families per day and is always excited to welcome new members to our family.
The GLBT Project, Inc.The GLBT Project was founded to protect, promote, improve and enhance the health, education, economic and social well being of all Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender & Two Spirit persons. Services include prevention and intervention resources specifically for this demographic of people.
The George Walker Jr. Community Coalition, Inc.The George Walker Jr. Community Coalition, Inc. ("GWJrCC") is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to educate, empower, and encourage residents of East New York and Cypress Hills by providing diverse opportunities that inspire them to lead dynamic lives. To achieve this feat, GWJrCC provides educational, cultural, recreational, artistic, counseling and professional development services, programs and events at the George Walker Jr. Park and at various public and private facilities throughout the community.
The Gabelli School of BusinessThe Gabelli School of Business educates students who plan to work at the highest levels of business, using their passion and strong sense of purpose to generate not only profit, but also wide-ranging benefits for society.
The Freshkills Park AllianceThe Alliance promotes environmental research and ecological restoration and sponsors a broad range of recreational, cultural, and educational programs for the public.