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Garden Fundraiser 2015.
NYC CGC was founded in 1996, as the only
organization by and for community gardeners. Its
mission is to promote the preservation,
creation, and empowerment of community gardens
through education, advocacy, and grassroots
organizing. We are excited to announce our
April 23rd fundraiser, an
evening of dining and dancing,
Come celebrate.with us
in thanking Karen Washington for her
twenty years of service to NYCCGC
Home A Free Tree. GreenThumb and
New York Restoration Project are teaming up to bring you
free trees as part of the
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REACH sports &
recreation at Bronx House Will
be a fun afternoon for children ages
5-17 with special needs. On Sunday, April 26 from
1 -3 p.m., parents can enjoy a relaxing cup of coffee on
REACH while watching their children at play. Young athletes with
special needs will enjoy non-competitive sports and
recreational activities like basketball, soccer, hula hoops,
and rebates for your
Call for Bronx
Artists: Montefiore is
to purchase original artwork for key public
multiple medical center locations. This call is open
artists working and/or residing in the Bronx. Find
If you are interested in applying for the New York
Community Trust's 2015 Nonprofit Excellence
Awards, there will be a free application clinic
on April 7, 2015. Winners will earn $60,000
in prize money. Applications are due by May
happening in your
minutes, meeting dates, and Community
Events, Read the letter from
Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr.,
explaining how important the Community
to serving you and your business.
for an upcoming children's fashion show in Harlem on
This event is a fundraiser for Autism Awareness.
We are looking for 8 Vendors to participate, there
will be an audience of over 100 people. Celebrity
guest expected, and the event will receive media
coverage. Every Vendor will be advertised to an
audience of 10,000 people, and featured on the
events website. If you are interested email
firstname.lastname@example.org or text 646
702 7593. Check out the venue and
our past events
Reminisce with Bronx Historian, Bill Twomey:
Do You Remember?
in the Bronx?
Grow Your Business with
Bronx based small businesses and local entrepreneurs of all
sizes and sectors are able to receive a boost of $2,000 to
$50,000 with help from the
Bronx Revolving Loan Fund
Loans can be used as
working capital, for the purchase of machinery or equipment,
inventory and accounts receivable.
My Sister’s Keeper:
A Toiletries Drive.
Please donate to homeless women in honor of Women's History
Its a 30 day drive from
MARCH 15th to APRI 15
encouraging the community, leaders, entrepreneurs, youth,
men to donate or make monetary donations to support homeless
struggle to keep clean. No donation is too small.
Drop-off locations here..
We Are All
Immigrants: A Celebration of the Immigrant Cultures of the
will be held on.Saturday April 18, 2015 from 3:30
6:30 p.m, The Community Folk Culture Program at
Creative Arts Center will host this sharing and
celebration of the richness of local immigrant cultures.
Local artisans are invited to display, sell and/or
demonstrate their work.
No Longer Empty's exhibition: 'When
You Cut Into The Present The Future Leaks Out', featuring
26 artists from The Bronx and around the world, opens on April
6 p.m. at the Old Bronx Courthouse on 3rd Avenue and 161st
Street in Melrose. Hosted by Welcome2TheBronx. See the
Facebook event page located
Victim's Rights Week
will take place from April 19 - April 25,
2015. To commemorate this week, the Bronx District
Attorney’s Office Crime Victims' Assistance Unit Community Affairs Unit will
be hosting an event: Engaging Communities, Empowering
Victims, which will be held on April 22, 2015 from 6 -7:30
p.m. You are
all invited to attend.
The Black Man
Register your son, cousin, neighbor, for free. May 2,
2015 at Wings Academy Bronx. The Black Man Can Institute is
designed to uplift, empower, educate, motivate young men of
color. The purpose of The Black Man Can Institute is to
provide comfort and support for boys of color. Those in
attendance can be assured that
their cultural needs will be addressed and they will be free
to express themselves while fostering brotherhood.
Bronx Week will be held
from May 7 - 17, Apply to march
in the Bronx Week 2015 Parade
on Sunday, MAY 17, Join the fun. Deadline to apply is May 4, 2015.
Continuing Education & Workforce Development Department
at Hostos Community College
offers educational,career, and personal
opportunities designed to address the
needs of the South Bronx, Bronx, and
Upper Manhattan communities.
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