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Disadvantaged Children


245 5th Avenue
Suite 702
New York, NY  10016

Since its founding in 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) has provided mentors to all children who need a caring adult role model in their lives--a special friend who can help to expand their horizons and enrich their futures. The agency also trains community organizations in every neighborhood to establish their own mentoring programs. Through the Workplace Mentoring Center, founded in 1991, over 4500 corporate volunteers have been matched in one-to-one relationships with at risk youth ages 12-18, from schools throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. In less time than you think, you can volunteer as a mentor and help shape a young person’s future.

Being dedicated to finding creative new solutions to fit the needs of diverse groups, BBBS offers many other unique programs, in addition to its Workplace program; BBBS offers: Traditional Mentoring, Juvenile Justice Mentoring, Incredible Kids program, Foster Care program, September 11 th , and School Based Mentoring.

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Teaching teens the fundamentals of finance

25 Cornelia St.
New York, NY  10014

Cents Ability's mission is to empower New York City high school students to achieve their goals through the prudent and informed management of their financial resources.

Cents Ability obtained its 501(c)(3) nonprofit status in May 2004. Since then classes have been taught at The Door, the Union Settlement Association, Monroe Academy, Washington Irving High School, The Chinatown Manpower Project, SCAN La Guardia, Harlem RBI, The Albert G. Oliver Program, and the John V. Lindsay Wildcat Academy Charter School.

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57 Leonard St.
New York, NY  10013

CityKids’ mission is to engage and develop diverse young people to positively impact their lives, their communities and the world. We accomplish that mission through programs that help young people ages 13 to 19 to use their voices for positive change. CityKids uses the arts to engage and train young people to create positive and powerful solutions to issues impacting their lives. Young people learn to improve their own educational status, become agents for social change, take action in community projects, and carry positive messages to their peers. And they have a great time doing it.

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Volunteer to help a child in foster care

50 Broadway
31st Floor
New York, NY  10004

For more than 28 years, NYC Family Court Judges have been assigning the most difficult cases to CASA. CASA's trained and supervised volunteers - more than 100 strong - represent the child's best interests in court. CASA volunteers conduct thorough research on the background of the case, reviewing documents and interviewing all parties involved. They report to the court, raising issues of concern that may interfere with a child's best interests and providing information that will help the judge make an informed decision. CASA volunteers can also play a pivotal role in assuring that a child or family is receiving services the court has ordered, such as physical or mental health services, substance abuse counseling or special education. During the life of a case, the CASA volunteer monitors the child's situation to assure he or she remains safe. The volunteer may be the only constant in the child's life as he or she moves through the bureaucratic maze of the child welfare system.

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460 West 41st Street
New York, NY  10036

Covenant House New York, the first and largest center of the nation's foremost agency serving homeless, runaway and at-risk youth, opens its doors 24 hours a day for teens in need. Each year over 9,000 young adults living on New York streets seek out its Crisis and Community Centers for safety, shelter, food and someone to talk to--and that's just the beginning!

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Dream + Support = Success

1120 Avenue of the Americas
4th Floor
New York, NY  10036

Minds Matter of NYC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing bright and motivated inner city high school students together with dedicated mentors to achieve academic excellence and expand educational horizons.

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