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In this newsletter, you’ll read more about… Tchima and her journey of becoming a US Citizen. Prudential Global Investment Management’s visit to NMIC’s YouthBuild. Our wonderful evening with the first ever cohort of NMIC’s Advisory Board. NMIC’s Spark Collective, our community of monthly donors. Distributing COVID-19 test kits with
In this newsletter, you’ll learn about… NMIC’s Benefit, Juntos: Building Without Limits. Why Stress Awareness Month is significant to us at NMIC. How to participate in Denim Day 2022. Why is financial literacy important? How to sign-up for NYC Celebrates Women Brunch Fundraiser. Save the Date for Juntos: Building
In this newsletter, you’ll read more about: NMIC’s 43rd anniversary Kochiyama, Mirabal, and Thunder Hawk…what do they have in common? Our partnership with WHDC The #JustPay Campaign Rally on March 10 Celebrating Social Work Month 43 Years and Still Going Strong NMIC has been embedded in the Northern Manhattan community
This month we celebrate Black History Month and recognize Teen Violence Awareness and the #NiUnaMenos-NY-RD grassroots movement to end femicide. Join us in learning more about these important events and movements. To those who observe the holiday, happy Dominican Independence Day! In this newsletter, you’ll read more about: Black History Month
Organization Will Provide Community Access to Customized Digital Education Curriculum NEW YORK, NY (February 16, 2022) – Spectrum today announced the Nothern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NMIC) has received a $20,000 Spectrum Digital Education Grant as part of the company’s five-year, $7-million commitment to digital education in Spectrum communities across the country. A two-time Spectrum Digital
In this newsletter, you’ll read more about: How to help the victims of the Bronx High-Rise Fire and their families. Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2022. Our inspiring YouthBuild alumni turned Outreach Specialist, Jalil. The Second Annual #WESEEYOU Luncheon Honoring Female Social Workers. A Five-Year Eviction Case Solved Please consider