hours of additional learning time were provided to more than 600 students.
received free dental screenings and cleanings via a mobile dental van.
parents were engaged in literacy supports to help achieve self-sufficiency.
elementary, middle, and high school students served since inception.
students provided with health and mental health services.
students participated in our Expanded Day Learning program.
meals served across 360 emergency food pantries and soup kitchens.
pounds of fresh veggies delivered by farmers to 48 NYC food pantries.
emergency food programs benefited from $7 million in food support grants.
households informed of benefits to which they may be entitled.
applications filed for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
NYC families received emergency cash assistance to prevent eviction.
volunteers received comprehensive board service training.
board members, including executive directors, received customized coaching.
trained volunteers placed on nonprofit boards.