FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 11, 2020CONTACT: Communications@probation.nyc.gov, (212) 510.3720 Download Flyer New York City Department of Probation Partners With Local Community Organizations To Expand NeON Nutrition Kitchen Free Grocery Initiative Citywide As COVID-19
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CMJC is honored to welcome the Reverend Maurice Winley as our newest Advisory Council member, one of the founding partners of CMJC, and trailblazer of this critical work! Visit the Credible Messenger Justice Center
The Helen Keller International’s New York Vision Program (NYVP) is partnering with Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub to offer FREE vision services for free prescription eyeglasses to Harlem residents. An initial vision screening is required to determine your eyesight, by appointment only! No insurance is
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 6, 2020Courtesy of The City College of New York Susan Konigphone: (212) 650-8437e: email@example.com The City College of New York began an official partnership in April 2020 with Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub (LRYOH), a community-based initiative in Central and West Harlem funded through
Small Business Association (SBA) Coronavirus Relief Options The Small Business Association has implemented several funding options to help small businesses manage with the financial hardship caused by the mandatory government shutdown of all businesses except essential service businesses: “Our nation’s small businesses are facing an
NAN & World Central Kitchen Partner to Serve Meals from NAN NYC Headquarters On March 30, 2020, NAN (National Action Network) staff joined Rev. Sharpton in giving out 1000 hot and cold meals at NAN’s House of Justice in Harlem for those inconvenienced because of
City Officials Prepare for Surge in Coronavirus-Related Community Food Program Demand: NeON Nutrition Kitchens Expand Services in Five Boroughs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 7, 2020 CONTACT: Communications@probation.nyc.gov, (212) 510.3720 City Officials Prepare for Surge in Coronavirus-Related Community Food Program Demand: NeON Nutrition Kitchens Expand Services in
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