The Tenement Museum preserves and interprets the history of immigration through the personal experiences of the generations of newcomers who settled in and built lives on Manhattan's Lower East Side, America's iconic immigrant neighborhood; forges emotional connections between visitors and immigrants past and present; and enhances appreciation for the profound role immigration has played and continues to play in shaping America's evolving national identity.
Originally part of the YWCA, The Center for Women and Families has been serving our community since 1912. Today The Center is a private nonprofit organization with 5 regional locations serving 9 Kentuckiana counties: Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson,
The Hawn Foundation seeks to help transform children's lives by providing them with opportunities to acquire vital social and emotional skills, to improve academic performance, enhance the quality of their lives, and help others in their community.
Abused women and children are a demographic that is often neglected by today's society. Many people don't bother to tamper and intervene with domestic violence because they consider it a private matter.
Tick-Borne Disease Alliance (TBDA) is dedicated to raising awareness, supporting research and promoting advocacy to find a cure for tick-borne diseases, including Lyme.
Thirteen percent of teenagers suffer from depression brought on by stress. Stress can lead many students to dropping out of school or even to committing suicide. Many children from urban areas who face stress in their everyday lives turn to negative coping mechanisms.
Union Settlement Association works with and for the predominantly immigrant community of East Harlem. A community mainstay since 1895, we foster leadership and self-sufficiency by assisting our neighbors in building better lives for themselves and their families.
125 years ago, University Settlement launched an innovative movement that changed New York City and the country.
Voices Against Brain Cancer was started in loving memory of Gary Lichtenstein who lost his valiant battle with brain cancer on October 1, 2003. Gary was living in Chicago and working as an options trader at Wolverine Trading when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor in March of 2003. He was 24 years old at the time.
The Women's Leadership Council (WLC) is a network of women dedicated to making a difference in the lives of New York City's young people.
Since 1995 we’ve taken a uniquely holistic approach to address the many different needs of nonprofits from improving fundraising practices and building boards to funding critical elements of infrastructure.