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  • New York University-School of Social Work

    Consistent with our view that the purpose of social work involves the alleviation of human suffering as well as the restoration, maintenance, and enhancement of coping, the primary mission of the New York University Shirley M. Ehrenkranz School of Social Work is the educatio...

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  • American Red Cross in Greater New York

    Mission The American Red Cross in Greater New York is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. It accomplishes this mission through services that are cons...

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  • St. James' Church

    Mission: Throughout his earthly ministry, Jesus Christ called his disciples to lives of service, compassion and justice. As Christian disciples in the early 21st century we too are called to serve others, especially those in need and the poor, and to work for greater justice...

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  • The Perlman Music Program

    The Perlman Music Program Mission And Goals : Young musicians of talent need support. Left alone with their gift, without the instruction and mentoring that will allow them to thrive, even the most exceptional young artists will struggle. Many may fail to achieve their full...

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  • Special Education District 75

    District 75 provides citywide educational, vocational, and behavior support programs for students who are on the autism spectrum, severely emotionally challenged, and/or multiply disabled. District 75 consists of 56 school organizations, home and hospital instruction, and...

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  • New York Public Library

    About Us The New York Public Library is one of the cornerstones of the American tradition of equal opportunity. It provides free and open access to the accumulated wisdom of the world, without distinction as to income, religion, nationality, or other human condition. It is ...

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  • 58th Street Branch Library

    Branch History: The 58th Street Branch of The New York Public Library opened on May 10, 1907. Once housed in a Carnegie building it now occupies part of two floors of an office tower. The Library has been open at its present site since 1969. The first floor is accessible ...

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  • The 67th Street Branch Library

    Branch History: The 67th Street Branch was one of the Carnegie branches built with funds donated to the City of New York by Andrew Carnegie. The branch was designed by Babb, Cook & Willard, one of three architectural firms selected to design the Library's Carnegie br...

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  • New York Public Library - 96th Street Branch

    History: Bridging the neighborhoods of Yorkville and East Harlem, the 96th Street Branch has been a vital center of information, learning and recreation to a diverse community since it opened in September 1905. One of the 65 libraries built with funds donated to New York...

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  • Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts

    LincolnCenter is the world’s leading performing arts center. Located on 16.3 acres in New York City, the LincolnCenter complex is comprised of 12 Resident Organizations, and LincolnCenter for the Performing Arts, Inc. is one of those 12. The 11 other organizations are ...

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  • 115th Street Branch Library

    History: The 115th Street Branch of The New York Public Library, built with funds given to the city by Andrew Carnegie, opened in 1908. A three-floor building, its distinctive facade and enduring elegance inspired its designation as a New York City landmark building. The N...

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  • New York Public Library - 125th Street Branch

    History: The 125th Street Branch has served East Harlem since 1904. Designed by McKim, Mead and White, this impressive building sits on the eastern end of Harlem's famed 125th Street, between Second and Third Avenues. The library was built with funds from a grant by Andr...

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  • Aguilar Branch Library

    Branch History: One of the oldest branch libraries in New York, the Aguilar Library was founded in 1886 and is named for Grace Aguilar, a Sephardic Jewish author. In 1905, when it became part of The New York Public Library, Aguilar was serving large Jewish and Italian im...

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  • Bloomingdale Library

    History: Before the Revolutionary War the Dutch who settled in the beautiful countryside, now known as the Upper West Side, called the area "Bloemendaal," meaning valley of flowers. Anglicized as Bloomingdale, this rural community was connected to the lower par...

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  • Chatham Square Branch Library

    History: The Chatham Square Branch opened in 1903 at 33 East Broadway, replacing a branch of the New York Free Circulating Library that had served the neighborhood for four years. The building, designed by the distinguished New York architectural firm McKim, Mead and Whi...

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  • George Bruce Branch Library

    Branch History: George Bruce was an enterprising young Scotsman who sailed to the United States before he was 15. Eventually settling in New York, he became a well-known typefounder and inventor of printing machinery. In 1877, Bruce's daughter Catherine contributed $50,0...

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  • Epiphany Branch Library

    Branch History: The Epiphany Branch of The New York Public Library, once part of the Cathedral Library Association founded by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, has served the Gramercy Park-Stuyvesant Town area since 1887. The current Epiphany Branch building, a...

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  • National Academy Museum

    About Us: About the National Academy:The National Academy is a community of artists, students, museum-goers, and supporters of the arts. Since 1825, the National Academy Museum, School, and association of esteemed artists and architects—National Academicians—hav...

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  • All Stars Project

    Mission Statement We transform the lives of youth and poor communities using the developmental power of performance, in partnership with caring adults. Vision Statement By 2020, we will be recognized as America's leader in Afterschool Development, a new way of engaging po...

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  • American Folk Art Museum

    Mission: The American Folk Art Museum is the premier institution devoted to the aesthetic appreciation of traditional folk art and creative expressions of contemporary self-taught artists from the United States and abroad. The museum preserves, conserves, and interprets a co...

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  • American Museum Of Natural History

    Mission Statement: To discover, interpret, and disseminate-through scientific research and education-knowledge about human cultures, the natural world, and the universe. Since its founding in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History has collected more than 32 million s...

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  • Apollo Theater

    Mission: The Apollo Theater Foundation, Inc., a not-for-profit organization established in 1991, is dedicated to the preservation and development of the legendary Apollo Theater through the Apollo Experience of world-class live performances and education programs that:-honor...

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  • Chamber Music Society

    Mission: The Chamber Music Society’s numerous activities—from concerts and education programs, to commissioning projects and young artist development programs—are informed by this vision, articulated over thirty years ago when the Chamber Music Society was...

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  • Children's Museum Of Manhattan

    History and Mission: CMOM inspires children and families to learn about themselves and our culturally diverse world through a unique environment of interactive exhibitions and programs. Since opening in a neighborhood storefront in 1973, we’ve grown into a unique 38,0...

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  • The Film Society Of Lincoln Center

    Mission Statement: America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, The Film Society of Lincoln Center was founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and underst...

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  • Irving Plaza

    Irving Plaza History: Constructed over 150 years ago, the building at 17 Irving Place has existed in many different incarnations. Originally, the building was four separate brownstones, which were eventually combined into a hotel in the 1870s. In 1927, the building was gutt...

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  • Lit Lounge

    Lit Lounge is a place for painters, musicians, writers, and performers whose visions are not accepted by the mainstream to hang out and build a community. A partnership of New York artist and musicians have banded together to take back the night for the NYC cultural commun...

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