February 02, 2012
An Innovative Partnership Between GenerationOn, the NYC Department of Education, and Cathryn Berger Kaye.
January 31, 2012
Today, Billings-Burford is New York City’s Chief Service Officer and helps engage New Yorkers in service opportunities. Nate Fick is a former Marine who now runs The Center for A New American Security, focusing on foreign and security policy, with an eye to how issues of war and peace affect all of us.
January 25, 2012
The recent economic climate has pushed even the best-run nonprofits to reassess, reinvest in, and reinvent themselves. This reinvention is crucial because at a time when traditional resources are scarcer by the day, community need for the services provided by nonprofits continues to increase.
January 17, 2012
More Than 350 Volunteers Participate in Painting, Landscaping, and Literacy Projects at Mirabal Sisters Campus in Washington Heights for National Day of Service Target to Support NYC Civic Corps Host Sites Working to Ensure Educational Equity in New York City.
November 14, 2011
There’s so many reasons why people volunteer: To beef up a resume, networking opportunities, learn new skills, turn spare time into something productive or just give back to society. In return, an organization gets support for a good cause. It’s a win-win situation. Looking to create a little good karma? Here are some ways to find just the right spot for you.
November 10, 2011
New York City Received More Nominations Than Any Other State or City in the Country
November 09, 2011
More than 7,000 Additional Days of Attendance for Students Who Received Mentors.
October 18, 2011
Key Initiative of PlaNYC is One Year Ahead of Schedule. Fall Volunteer Planting Day Is October 22nd—Thousands of Volunteers will Plant 20,000 Trees.
July 29, 2011
Partnership between NYC Service and the Department of Education Allowed Students to Complete 7,874 Unique Service Projects This Year, Ranging from Planting School Gardens to Holding Canned Food Drives.
July 27, 2011
NYC Civic Corps Completes Year of Service, Having Mobilized 715,000 New Yorkers to Volunteer and Address the City’s Most Pressing Needs.

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