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12 Months of Giving

Each month we pick a local small non-profit to feature and make a donation. Below are the organizations that we have featured this year!  Our clients and partners suggest the organizations that they feel are influential in our communities. 

 

#TheStandardGive

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Since 1977, the Crime Victims Treatment Center has been helping survivors of interpersonal violence heal. Our support comes in the forms of crisis intervention, individual and group trauma-focused therapy, legal advocacy, complementary therapy and psychiatric consultation. We are available from the moments following an assault, all the way through the culmination of a survivor's healing process. All of our services are confidential and completely free of charge.

@cvtnyc

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helpNYC is a peer driven community initiative that educates, advocates for, and provides direct services to people who are in need. We promote Human Rights, Social Justice, and social and economic opportunities. Our belief that people are the experts in their own lives is the essence of our work.

@wehelpnyc

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Have you been diagnosed with a life-threatening disease? Are you the parent of young children and fear that you may miss their milestones and major life events? We can help you create vibrant memories by enabling you to share everything you wish with your children on video. Working with us does not mean that you are giving up your fight against your disease, you are simply taking out an insurance policy. Wisdom is that everyone should make a video for future generations who we may never meet.

www.thrumyeyes.org

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NYSPPSA is New York State Professional Process Server Association devoted to the education and advocacy of process serving in New York State. 

Each year a convention is hosted to provide resources and knowledge to the field. 

@NYSPPSA

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Family Court Judges assign CASA to a case when they are concerned that a child is at risk of “falling through the cracks” because they are not getting their needs met while in foster care, at risk of languishing in foster care longer than necessary or aging out of foster care without housing, an income, or services they need to live independently. 

@CASA-NYC

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Party With Purpose (PWP) is a 100% volunteer-based,  organization founded on the concept of producing great events to raise money for charities and bring the community together. The Annual 5K and After Party is to raise funds for children affected by issues revolving around education, mental health/life skills/bullying, and physical health due to COVID19.

@partywtihpurpose

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To see New York City’s LGBTQ older adults in safe, welcoming housing they can afford, with access to health and mental health services that meet their unique needs. The benefits of our solutions are available to all allies who respect our community. 

@StonewallCDC

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Veterans Rebuilding Life is based in Astoria and provides humanitarian services to the victims of war, and disaster. Instead of replicating services already available, VRL targets areas that lack support, and provides comprehensive, customizable solutions that have a proven record of success. 

@vrlnyc

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Improving New York City's quality of life through environmental programs that transform communities block by block and empower all New Yorkers to secure a clean and healthy environment for future generations.

@grownyc

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Designed to encourage and promote women’s role in the advertising industry, the club held classes and dinners with presentations on advertising best practices and gave scholarships to encourage girls to pursue degrees in advertising during a time when women weren’t even allowed in many universities. 

@sherunsitorg

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Roots. Wounds. Words. is for Us Black. Us Latinx. Us Indigenous. Us Brown. Us POC. Us felons. Us formerly incarcerated. Us currently incarcerated. Us living under Community Supervision and Control. It’s for Us queer. Us trans. Us gender nonconforming. Us LGBTQIA+. Us poverty-born. Us trauma survivors. Us marginalized. Us brazen. Us revolutionaries. Us.

@Rootswoundswords

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Her Justice stands with women living in poverty in New York City by recruiting and mentoring volunteer lawyers to provide free legal help to address individual and systemic legal barriers.

@herjustice