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New York Directory: Society and Culture: Organizations  (55)

    Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation  
    - Provides housing, job training, childcare, youth programs, and supportive services to low-income women and their families. Features history, programs, initiatives, awards, and press.

    The Achelis Foundation - Awards grants to nonprofit organizations in NYC for a wide range of charitable purposes.
    Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. (ART) - A not-for-profit organization, founded in 1979, representing a diverse group of more than 330 archivists, librarians, and records managers. Aims to educate the public about the legal, historical and cultural value of public and private archives and manuscript collections through such events as archives week and family history fair, and to provide monthly meetings on issues of concern, and continuing education workshops and professional education opportunities for members.
    Asian Americans For Equality, Inc. - Aims to improve the quality of life for ethnic and immigrant communities in NYC. Housing development, homeownership, comprehensive social services, civil rights, and technical assistance.
    Brennan Center for Justice - Uses scholarship, public education, and legal action to find solutions to problems in the areas of democracy, poverty, and criminal justice. Includes a calendar of events and donation information.
    Cab Watch - Non-profit organization provides taxi drivers with free 911 only wireless phones, police training, and highly visible signage create the world's largest blockwatch on wheels.
    Camp Minisink Alumni - Former campers, cadets, feathermen, taps, warriors meet on the 'net. Message board, chat room, current events.
    CEC International Partners - Works with artists, art managers and museums in the US, Russia, the NIS and former Eastern Bloc; helps individuals and organizations to combine their efforts and address issues of mutual concern.
    Chi Delta Mu of Tri Ess - A support group open to all heterosexual crossdressers and spouses. Meetings are held monthly on the second Saturday of the month.
    Chinatown Community Young Lions - Founded in order to create a cultural program that would enable kids between the ages of 6 to 17 to participate and learn the traditions of Asian culture without having to join the so-called associations. It performs the Lion Dance at weddings, events and during the Chinese New Year holiday. Includes photo gallery, chinese New Year dates and contact information.
    The CityKids Foundation Online - Youth outreach programs, training and counseling for inner city kids. Includes profile, news, directions, and programs.
    Citymeals - Provides home-delivered nutritious meals for homebound elderly New Yorkers on weekends, holidays, and times of emergency, when these vulnerable seniors would otherwise go without food.
    Classroom, Inc. - A not-for-profit corporation that helps students in their transition from school to the external world. Providers of software to school children simulating a real workplace environment.
    Coalition for Asian American Children and Families - Has various resources on health and social service needs for residents of the New York City area.
    Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City - Serving New York City senior service providers and senior citizens with advocacy, programs, special events, technical assistance and access to benefits.
    The CUNY Catch Program - Established in 1991 to provide transitional services for inmates returning from Rikers Island to their home Communities.
    Delta Chapter of Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Incorporated - Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. is a greek letter organization established at Cornell in 1988. The Delta chapter is located at New York University in NYC.
    DirectFund Foundation - A non profit organization that raises critically needed funds for Bugando Medical Center, an 800-bed hospital in Tanzania that serves as a lifeline for 8 million impoverished people - half of them children.
    DSNY Columbia Association - Fraternal association of Italian-American sanitation workers of the New York City Department of Sanitation (Department of Sanitation New York). Provides meetings, events and employment resources.
    Earth Celebrations - Non-profit organization preserving the community gardens in New York City through art projects, performance, and theatrical pageants.
    Emerald Society - Preserves ethnic heritage, promotes career development and provides enjoyable social activities, while encouraging education.
    Episcopal Social Services - Services for children in foster care, including counseling in an after-school program and in-home counseling for children with developmental delays and other mental health problems.
    The Family Center - Provides services for children whose parents have life-threatening illnesses. Includes publications, job bank.
    First Continental Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution - Membership and event information for local chapter of organization of descendents of Revolutionary War participants.
    Food Bank For New York City - Warehouses and distributes free food. Includes donation instructions, how to help, corporate opportunities, research reports and agency directory.
    For the Love of Animals - Rescues unwanted animals from streets of New York City. Press coverage, mission, donation form, out-reach activities.
    Goddard Riverside Community Center - Services for all ages from pre-school to the elderly, including youth programs, housing programs, arts, and outreach to and services for the homeless.
    Goddesses BBW Parties - NYC parties and evets for big beautiful women and admirers since 1984.
    Good Shepherds - A not-for-profit, social service and youth development agency that serves over 10,000 New York City children and families annually.
    Graham-Windham Services - A non-profit, non-sectarian agency in New York City providing child care, foster care, mental health and early childhood services.
    HELP USA - Provider of jobs, homes and services for the homeless.
    Housing First - A coalition of civic, community, business, religious and labor leaders committed to addressing the challenge of the city's affordable housing crisis. Provides information and resources on the need for affordable housing and solutions that work.
    ICL - The Institute for Community Living - Assists people with mental and developmental disabilities by providing services and support.
    The Institute for Urban Family Health - Offers health professional education and family-centered health care to New York City's diverse population. Includes organizational development, family practice residency program and health related projects.
    Joel S. Pollack Foundation - Mission is to provide funds to underprivileged children.
    Kiwi Club of New York City - Promotes cultural, educational and business contacts between New York and New Zealand. Event announcements, photos from past events, membership information.
    Korean American Family Services Center - Helps Korean American families prevent domestic violence; includes news and number for 24-hour hotline.
    Literacy Assistance Center, New York City, NY (LACNYC) - A not-for-profit organization that provides essential referral, training, information and technical assistance services to hundreds of adult and youth literacy programs in New York.
    MTS (Mobilizing Talents and Skills) - A nonprofit agency that helps people living with HIV / AIDS find employment. Learn how your benefits are affected by returning to work.
    New York Caledonian Club, Inc. - Promotes Scotland and its heritage through ceilidhs, Highland games, and the Scottish Studies Program.
    New York City CLASH - A non-profit grassroots organization of private citizens involved in fighting for the rights of smokers.
    The New York Criminal Bar Association - Private on-line list of contacts for members of The New York Criminal Bar Association.
    NYC Administration for Children's Services (ACS) - New York City's first agency devoted solely to serving children and their families. Includes directory, profile, statistics, news, and family fund.
    Order of The Feather - Organization has been developing character and leadership in young men since 1946.
    Partnership for After School Education (PASE) - A local network of youth practitioners, funders and technical assistance providers to youth programs. Its goals are to strengthen the identity and visibility of the after school profession; articulate concepts to guide programming; provide staff development, program exchange and networking opportunities and advocate for funds and resources.
    Per Scholas - Collects, refurbishes, redistributes, or recycles, computers in the metro New York City area.
    Polish-American Freedom Foundation - The foundation's purpose is to consolidate a civil society, democracy and a market economy and create equal development opportunities for individuals and communities in Poland and, ultimately, in other countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
    Robert Bowne Foundation - provides grants related to youth literacy for special, advocacy, and research projects; for general operating expenses of relevant programs; for technical assistance in program design and reform; and for evaluation studies, in NYC only.
    Salvation Army of Greater New York - A non profit charitable organization with numerous worship centers, social services and community programs. Find out more, volunteer, or make a charitable donation. Clothing and furniture needed for seniors, children, homeless and disaster victims.
    Social Circles - An activity and social club for successful New Yorkers. Includes information about activities, membership, experiences, press, partners and history.
    Surdna - A private, grantmaking foundation located in New York City which is interested in fostering catalytic, entrepreneurial programs which offer viable solutions to difficult systemic problems.
    The Tribune Society - Fraternal organization of African Americans and other minority judicial and non-judicial personnel in the New York City courts.
    United Way of New York City - News and information from the largest private funder of health and human services in New York City. Includes CARES database, Tech News, descriptions of special initiatives, list of research publications, and examples of funded programs.
    Variety Foundation of New York - Raising essential funds for the care and support of disadvantaged, physically challenged, sick and needy children around the world.
    Who Does What? - An online resource for New York City-area nonprofits. It is a searchable database of nonprofits that offer technical assistance, including management, financial, legal and other such resources, to other nonprofit organizations.

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