A Message About Harlem’s Community Board 12 Northern Manhattan Emergency Recovery Fund

A Community Board 12 message regarding the Northern Manhattan Emergency Recovery Fund during the COVID Crisis:

New York-Presbyterian Hospital has been a leader providing quality health care to Northern Manhattan for almost 100 years. As an anchor institution, New York-Presbyterian has always invested in our communities beyond traditional health programming and now they have made a major new commitment of $10 million over the next two years to help our communities recover from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The first $2 million, which you can access with this application, is designated for immediate emergency assistance. The second round of $8 million is designated for long-term community sustainability. This effort is conducted in partnership with Congressman Adriano Espaillat. Hispanic Federation is the organization responsible with managing this fund.

To apply visit:  https://hispanicfederation.org/nomafund/

El Hospital New York-Presbyterian ha sido un líder en brindar atención médica de calidad al Alto Manhattan durante casi 100 años. Como institución principal, el New York-Presbyterian siempre ha invertido en nuestras comunidades más allá de la programación tradicional de salud y ahora ha hecho un nuevo compromiso importante de aportar $10 millones en los próximos dos años, para ayudar a nuestras comunidades a recuperarse de los impactos económicos de la pandemia del COVID-19. Los primeros $2 millones, a los que usted puede acceder con esta solicitud, están designados para asistencia de emergencia inmediata. La segunda ronda de $8 millones está designada para la sostenibilidad comunitaria a largo plazo. Este esfuerzo es hecho en colaboración con el Congresista Adriano Espaillat. Hispanic Federation es la organización responsable de administrar este fondo.

Para solicitar visite: https://hispanicfederation.org/nomafund/

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