ALS Association Greater New York Chapter
To support the ALS Association Greater New York Chapter's transportation program, which provides transportation, free of charge, to ALS patients who have no other means of getting to our ALS Center or support group at Beth Israel Medical Center in the Union Square area of Manhattan.
To support Expanded Art Ideas, Artists Space's integrated arts education program, which provides underserved NYC public school students with unparalleled arts education opportunities through a variety of courses.
To offset staff salaries while the agency works with NYU to develop collaborative best practice program for external funding.
Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Service
To support a targeted education services aimed at court-involved youth, offering academic classes to prepare for the GED test, enrichment classes, and foster relationships throughout the school system to ensure clients receive necessary services.
Church of St. Luke in the Fields
To renew support for 2 non-sectarian outreach programs at the Church of St Luke in the Fields, a program for those living with HIV/AIDS, and a program for LGBTQA youth.
East End Temple
To provide support for their "Sandwich Saturday" program, in which familes gather to make nutritious meals for hungry New Yorkers.
To support all of their programming for over 30,000 downtown residents including pre-school for low-income families, nutritious meals, after-school programs, health and wellness, counseling and programs for seniors.
To support an exhibition featuring work from NYC artists with special needs and a fine arts workshop for seniors at a seniors residence.
Friends in Deed
To support direct services for anyone affected by life-threatening illness.
George Jackson Academy
To support our efforts to expand our extended year program for bright boys from economically disadvantaged families.
Gina Gibney Dance, Inc.
To support our 'Keep Moving!' program of movement and creativity serving youth-at-risk in the Union Square district at Washington Irving High School, Gramercy Arts and Hetrick-Martin Institute.
To sustain the number of students in the program and to enhance service for low income public school children.
Grand Street Settlement, Inc.
To help sustain positive youth development programming year-round through their Lower East Side Youth Services Program.
Manhattan Land Trust
To support "Read and Seed", an environmental education program for children at the LES People care Community Graden.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network, Youth Channel
To support their Youth Channel's 2011-2012 Broadcast Initiative, in which 40-50 participants, ages 13-23 from all five boroughs of NYC would produce documentary-style stories about their neighborhoods, cover local art and cultural events.
To support heating and serving hot lunches for youth in crisis and providing durable bags for them to carry food, clothing and personal items.
Theater Breaking Through Barriers
To support the 2009-2010 Mainstage play, the world premiere of Kate Moira Ryan's "Bass for Picasso" at the Kirk Theatre on Theatre Row.
Third Street Music School Settlement
To support the 29th annual presentation of "Music in Abe Lebewohl Park," a series of free, weekly outdoor concerts on Thursday afternoons at 12:30 PM from June 3, 2010 through July 22, 2010.
University Settlement of New York, Inc.
To support our Talent Search program, a college-preparedness service targeting disadvantaged youth facing significant personal, financial and societal obstacles to higher education.
Village Center for Care ("VillageCare")
To purchase 400 roundtrip MetroCards which will be disbursed as needed to their HIV+ clients to help them travel to/from appointments for health care, housing, and other benefits/entitlements.
Village Temple Soup Kitchen
To purchase food for their ongoing program to feed the needy, as well as to support the work of social workers and a nutritionist to further assist their clients.
Visiting Neighbors, Inc.
To continue support for Visiting Neighbors' intergenerational socialization programs that bring isolated, frail seniors together with students to learn from each other and enjoy each other's company.
To support the production and presentation of contemporary arts programs and exhibitions focused on AIDS awareness & HIV prevention.
Washington Square Association Music Fund
To present 4 free concerts as part of Washington Square Music Festival's 52nd season.