Charities

American Irish Historical Society

On a raw, snowy night in January 1897 fifty men of Irish nationality or descent met in the old Revere House in Boston. North Irishmen, South Irishmen, Catholics and Protestants they were in jovial yet serious mood, for they had come together to inaugurate a new historical confraternity which was to do honor to the land of their forefathers, and which they hoped would grow in stature and in membership down the years. On that night, within the hallowed walls of the old hotel, after weeks of discussion and preparation, these fifty adopted a Constitution and By-Laws and brought into being the American Irish Historical Society.
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Catholic Youth Organization

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York is large and diverse, with a wide variety of ministries. The pages on their site reflect the many ways in which they strive to serve God through service to His people.

Doc2Doc

In 2005, Doc2Doc (previously known as Doc2Dock) began as a commitment to global health during the inaugural Clinton Global Initiative. Our mission was simple-collect and redistribute unused medical supplies to hospitals in the developing world. U.S. hospitals waste thousands of tons of medical supplies every day. This includes unused, sterile medical supplies and fully functional equipment discarded solely for regulatory reasons.
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Fordham Law School

Fordham Law School has provided a complete education in the law for more than 100 years. While the legal profession has changed during that time, the core mission of a Fordham Law education has not. We continue to value academic excellence and the lawyer's craft. We remain committed to ethics and to service. We still impart the warmth of community.
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Hofstra Law School

Courts, law firms and employers recognize the significance of a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Hofstra Law, or a degree from our joint J.D./M.B.A. program, because they know our graduates are renowned for their legal knowledge, preparedness and poise.
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Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Inner-City Scholarship Fund (ICSF) changes lives for the better by providing families with demonstrable financial needs the opportunity to give their children a quality, values-based K-12 Catholic education within the Archdiocese of New York. ICSF exists to ensure that the gift of an excellent Catholic school education continues to be a viable option for current and future generations of students of all faiths.

Judges and Lawyers Breast Cancer Alert (JALBCA)

Judges And Lawyers Breast Cancer Alert (JALBCA) is dedicated to mobilizing the legal community of the New York City metropolitan area in the fight against breast cancer.
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Police Athletic League

The Police Athletic League's rich history in our city began when Police Commissioner Arthur Woods and Captain John Sweeney gave birth to the concept of cops helping kids helping communities. It was their pioneering efforts that launched a youth service model that would spread throughout our great city and country. The notion that members of the law enforcement community would initiate prevention services to later avoid harsher intervention measures is what makes PAL the most logical and unique youth program in the country.

Yvonne Schroeder Brown Foundation

The purpose of the YSB Foundation, Inc. is to continue the spirit of charity of Yvonne Brown by awarding annual scholarships to deserving high school and college students.
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