EACH YEAR, THE NEW YORK JUNIOR LEAGUE CREATES A ONE-YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH A SELECTED ORGANIZATION IN NEW YORK CITY TO RENOVATE A COMMUNITY SPACE THAT SUPPORTS THE ORGANIZATION’S MISSION AND INCREASES ITS IMPACT. Through our Community Improvement Project (CIP), we provide a team of skilled NYJL volunteers, funding support, and in-kind services for capital improvements. […]
Working with longtime community partners Union Settlement and SCAN-Harbor, NYJL’s Personal Advancement and Leadership (PAL) committee mentors girls as they explore continuing education opportunities, broad career aspirations, and life skills. Last year, when the pandemic disrupted daily life, the NYJL reached out to community partners to offer immediate help and strategize ways to provide essential […]
The senior community at the New Jewish Home are largely confined to wheelchairs, but continue to retain strong cognitive capabilities. These seniors are often unable to leave home due to limited mobility or the long distance from their families, and are therefore susceptible to social isolation. Working closely with hospital staff and volunteer coordinators, NYJL’s Senior Friends plan and organize engaging activities to enrich residents’ daily lives and provide a greater sense of community.
On Monday, December 7, NYJL’s Advocates for Public Policy welcomed elected officials and community partners to NYJL’s annual (virtual) Legislative Breakfast and introduced the organization’s 2020–2021 advocacy agenda focusing on mental health, food insecurity and domestic violence. This event specifically highlighted how COVID-19 has exacerbated the public health crisis of domestic violence and explored ways […]
Interview between Kaitlyn Krouse, NET Committee and Haley Mitchell, PIP Committee and Learn Fresh Junior Board Member If you are interested in learning more about nonprofit board service please sign up to attend the next NET NonProfit Mixer on Tuesday, December 8, from 7:00–9:00 p.m. Haley Mitchell is originally from Powder Springs, GA, and […]