Mayor Eric Adams has called on New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis to volunteer or donate funds to help ease the asylum crisis.
Jamari Johns, 19-year-old Fresh Air alum, was killed last August while riding his bike in New York City.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Chief Service Officer Laura Rog today honored four recipients of the Mayoral Service Impact Awards.
During National Volunteer Week, April 16-22, 2023, New York Cares, the largest volunteer network from Harlem to Hollis, will offer over 130 volunteer opportunities.
On Wednesday, August 10, 2022, New York Cares, in partnership with the Salvation Army Greater New York Division.
New York Cares, in partnership with the Salvation Army Greater New York Division, will host a back-to-school event where 130 volunteers will fill nearly 8,000 backpacks.
Six Uptown Manhattan volunteer efforts received the Good Neighbor Award from Goddard Riverside Monday night in recognition of their dedication to the community.
Nearly 800 New Yorkers will head to their local parks on Saturday, May 21st for Spring IMP-act Day—an annual citywide park beautification day.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today marked the end of National Volunteer Month by honoring volunteers through the “2022 Mayoral Service Recognition Program: Building Together for Tomorrow.”
The de Blasio administration today released the NYC Service Legacy Report, showcasing the last eight years of service and volunteer efforts across the five boroughs made possible through partnerships with non-profits, residents, businesses and City agencies.
AARP New York is opening the search for its next State President, a volunteer role that leads the organization’s state Executive Council.
Today to seek your help in spreading the word about one of the many ongoing efforts Mount Sinai is working on towards advancing care for COVID-19 – in this particular case, identifying volunteers who may be right for the COVID-19 study below.
Photographs by Seitu Oronde On Wednesday, March 10, 2021, Seitu attended a food donation program with philanthropist Jerry Migdol and the Migdol Foundation in Harlem.
The New York City Emergency Management Department is adding a new group of volunteers to the city’s Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs).
Union carpenters and contractors are finishing off the summer by volunteering in New York communities where members live and work.