Typically, around this time, we email you to help us fill backpacks full of school supplies for our families as their children head back to school. This year is different. As many reports have confirmed, parents and guardians in our area were disproportionately affected, and are still struggling to recover from, the financial and health impacts of COVID-19. As such, we’re asking you to help our families access critical services that will ease some burdens of being a low-income school parent in 2020. Done
As an underserved minority community, our clients are facing a staggering number of obstacles like food insecurity and the inability to pay rent due to job loss. They represent both a growing population of unemployed New Yorkers and the essential workers braving COVID every day. On top of needing to help their children navigate digital and remote learning, they’re also facing lack of access to mental health services, immigration concerns, and food and housing insecurity. Yet despite all of these institutional barriers our community continues to persevere. Your help will support them continue on their journey to healing and self-empowerment.
Your donation will secure much-needed resources to hardworking NYC families.
$40 purchases 12 meals
$75 provides a mental health screening
$150 helps a family access crucial public assistance like food, housing, and health care benefits
Despite facing disproportionate levels of food, housing, and income insecurity, NMIC continues to fight alongside our community members for a better tomorrow. Únase.Help us raise $5,000 by October 1.
Yours in gratitude,