There are many reasons to give to the AHRC New York City Foundation. Here are four: 1. Henry Henry, who has Down Syndrome, needed an extra year before kindergarten. AHRC’s Central Park Early Learning Center was “the one school that would give him that opportunity,” his mom says. “The more we can give him now, […]
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An event to benefit AHRC’s Residential Services Nicholas Pascarella & Co., Presenting Sponsor Food, dancing and open bar October 7, 2014 ilili Restaurant 236 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 6:00 p.m. Sponsorships are $5,000 and up Individual tickets are $350 and up Junior tickets (age 35 and under) are $250 For information, contact email@example.com or […]
An event hosted by the real estate, construction and design industries of New York City Honoring Scott Rechler, Chairman and CEO, RXR Realty October 21, 2014 Cipriani Wall Street 55 Wall Street New York, NY 6:30 p.m. Cocktails 7:30 p.m. Award Presentation & Dinner Reception Sponsorships are $10,000 and up Individual tickets are $1,000 For […]
The AHRC New York City Foundation is a fund-raising and grant-making entity that supports programs for children and adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities and who live in New York City. The Foundation is the primary source of philanthropic support for AHRC New York City, which provides a wide array of social services for […]
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE TODAY! The AHRC New York City Foundation derives all of its revenue from private philanthropic giving. Our work is possible only with the help of friends such as you. With dwindling government funds for special education and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the needs today are […]
The AHRC New York City Foundation offers two types of pooled special needs trusts. Community Trust I allows family members to set aside money for a loved one who has a disability without affecting the loved one’s eligibility for government benefits. Community Trust II allows a person with a disability to preserve his or her […]