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Swimming Lessons at East Harlem Center

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Shop the Miracle on Madison Avenue Event for a Good Cause

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miracleteusMark your calendars for Sunday, December 6th from noon to 5:00 pm for the 23rd Annual Miracle on Madison Avenue!

Our East Harlem Center Gets a Special Halloween Visit from the NYPD

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The East Harlem Head Start program's Halloween party was extra special this year when a number of our Community Partners came to celebrate.

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Nonprofits Go on the Offensive

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If you check your inbox or mailbox today, there’s a good chance one of them contains an appeal from a nonprofit agency.

It could be a newsletter containing information about new programs, or a request to contribute toward a donor-match program. Or it could simply be a profile of someone whose life was improved because of the financial support of people like you.

Soul Therapy: Children's Aid Society Creative Writing Programs Encourage Self-Expression through the Written Word

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“The reason one writes isn't the fact he wants to say something. He writes because he has something to say.” F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Making Music in West Harlem at the Drew Hamilton Learning Center!

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East Harlem Center and the Mexican Consulate Host a Family Health Fair

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The East Harlem Head Start program partnered with the Mexican Consulate and hosted a family Health Fair this morning.

Pumpkin Picking at Demarest Farms

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The Business of Giving: From Homeless to Harvard

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With the markets about as calm as a roller coaster, what we’re thankful for is all too often an afterthought. I don’t know anyone these days who doesn’t treat their stock portfolio as a scene from a gory horror flick: “I’m afraid to look -- but I can’t help it -- oh, I shouldn’t have looked.”

Domestic Violence-Part 4: How Can You Help

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If you know someone who you think is being abused by their spouse or partner, here's what you can do to help:

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