We’d like to congratulate Candice Clarke as our Volunteer of the Month of March!!! Candice has been working with the youth in our Adolescent Residential Care program. She has been helping in our new CyberCafe organizing workshops around art, poetry and self-expression.
Candice currently attends Hunter College studying Social Studies and Creative Writing with a minor in Women Studies. She is considering going into social work.
Thank you so much Candice for your hard work and commitment to serve our clients!
If you supported our #ItTakesACity spring Gala, you made it into the New York Nonprofit Press! Check out the article on the event:
Calling all teens and young adults in foster care! This Thursday you have a chance to meet with state legislators and government agencies about your employment needs. Lunch will be provided! Register here:
Great news this afternoon! Governor Cuomo has signed the Judiciary Budget with money for 20 more Family Court Judges. Children and families in our programs depend on the Family Court system to address some of the most important decisions of their lives, including protection and adoption. The new judges will relieve a critical backlog in court decisions, helping children and families move on to safer, happier lives.
Episcopal Social Services of New York likes a status.
It’s National Volunteer Week! We’re celebrating you for the impact you have made on the lives of children in our programs across the city.Thank you from all of us for the opportunities and inspiration you provide.