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Adopt A Dog

Adopt-A-Dog is a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission has been to Save, Socialize and Secure Loving Homes for Unwanted or Abandoned Dogs and Cats.…

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Adopt-A-Dog is a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission has been to Save, Socialize and Secure Loving Homes for Unwanted or Abandoned Dogs and Cats. We have been serving the tri-state area and beyond for over three decades. Our shelter is open seven days a week. Our dedicated staff and volunteers strive to provide the best care possible while the animals are at our shelter awaiting safe and permanent homes.

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Alexandra’s Playground

Alexandra’s Playground brings the Gift of Play to underserved communities where the children wouldn’t otherwise have safe and active play opportunities. Established in 2009 to…

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Alexandra’s Playground brings the Gift of Play to underserved communities where the children wouldn’t otherwise have safe and active play opportunities. Established in 2009 to positively impact the world and commemorate the life of Alexandra Vitale, our founders’ young daughter, we have funded and built 21 playgrounds to date. With a concentration in the tri-state NY-NJ-CT area, we have built playgrounds across the US, five in Haiti, and one in Afghanistan. We also provide safe and active play opportunities through programs, recently funding NYC Parks’ Kids in Motion program at two new locations. Alexandra’s Playground, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is committed to creating safe environments for children to strengthen their bodies and minds through imaginative play and interaction with other children. An Alexandra’s Playground typically culminates in a Community Build, bringing families and neighborhoods together.

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Bronx Lacrosse

Our mission is to improve educational and life opportunities for underserved students in the Bronx through lacrosse. Bronx Lacrosse is not just a sports team.…

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Our mission is to improve educational and life opportunities for underserved students in the Bronx through lacrosse.

Bronx Lacrosse is not just a sports team. We are a full year academic program meant to empower youth in the classroom and on the field. Bronx Lacrosse players are led by their on-site coach, who is a teacher at their school. The team meets multiple times a week for lacrosse related activities and has in classroom tutoring sessions led by their teacher/coach.

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Community Playground at Main Street School

“This summer, the Irvington school district is repairing the existing playground at Main Street School, and removing an irreparable piece of equipment. The design and…

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“This summer, the Irvington school district is repairing the existing playground at Main Street School, and removing an irreparable piece of equipment. The design and plan for the different phases will be shared when we return to school. I am looking for parents who are interested in helping to lead the fundraising effort. Thank you!”

-Joyce Chapnick

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End Allergies Together

E•A•T is committed to finding a cure for food allergies by directly funding the researchers who strive to find solutions for this growing epidemic. E•A•T…

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E•A•T is committed to finding a cure for food allergies by directly funding the researchers who strive to find solutions for this growing epidemic.

E•A•T is the only independent organization solely focused on raising money for a cure. We will not venture into other activities as there are many other organizations focused on advocacy, education, awareness, support, and product development. Our only job at E•A•T is to relentlessly raise money for food allergy research.

We underwrite our administrative costs so that 100% of net proceeds goes straight to the scientists working to find a cure. Researchers need money to accelerate the pace of clinical trials.

E•A•T was founded on the premise that everyone’s contribution, big or small, is crucial. If we all do something small, collectively we can do something extraordinary. If everyone in the U.S. touched by food allergies (over 30 million) gave just $10 we could channel close to $300 million this year! That would go a long way towards the over $400 million research funding gap.

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