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May 15, 2014

NYC Community Spotlight

Support Our Troops

On Saturday, April 26, nearly 50 volunteers dedicated their time to rebuild five Sandy-affected homes in Staten Island with Tunnels to Towers--two of them owned by veterans.Thank you to volunteers of the U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School at West  Point, our NYC Civic Corps members and the Mayor's Office of Veterans Affairs. 

Want to help get Sandy victims back home? Click hereto find an opportunity. 


Are you ready to help in times of a disaster?

Hurricane season begins June 1st. Join NYC Service and the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) on May 21st for volunteer training and gain the skills you need to be an EmergeNYC volunteer. Click here to volunteer.

Service in Schools

On Friday, April 25th, NYC Service joined the cast of the Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie for a day of service throughout New York City. With the help of students from City As School, I.S. 145 (Queens), Little Red School House, P.S. 93 (Bronx), and South Brooklyn Community High School, more than 2,000 students  engaged in service learning activities. Thanks to the work of students, we were able to donate over 90 chew toys to Animal Care and Control of NYC as well as over 3,500 canned goods to City Harvest. A huge thank you goes to our partners--Artist Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP), buildOn, generationOn, Gilda's Club, GrowNYC, Ghetto Film School,  Sony Pictures Entertainment, Tunnels to Towers, and Worldwide Orphans Foundation--without them this day would not have been possible.  Click here to learn more about Service in Schools Intiative. 


Volunteer Opportunities
Celebrate 21 Years of Student Service 
Volunteer with Common Cents at the fourth annual Penny Harvest Run for Change! This event will showcase the power of students to address issues affecting their communities through philanthropy and service learning.
The Run for Change! will take place on June 7th at Hudson River Park. To sign up for a volunteer shift click here
Build a More Native NYC
Celebrate NYC Wild Flower Week through service! On Saturday, May 17th,Gowanus Canal Conservancy invites you to plant wild flowers along 9th street in Brooklyn. Afterward, enjoy a well-earned BBQ. Click here to volunteer!
Introduce Youth to a Culture of Reading
Literacy INC. (LINC) will host a month of literacy events in fun and unique locations throughout New York City to encourage families with youth to read more! On May 27th, LINC will need volunteers' assistance atMarconi Park in Jamaica, Queens. 
You can lead Literacy Olympics, read alouds, or host a reading game.  To volunteer, Click here
Find more ways to Use Your BLANK this spring
Site Maintenance 
From Saturday, May 31st until June 1st, the NYC Service website will be under going some site maintenance. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. 





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