Honoring Jim Abbott, Former New York Yankee Pitcher Jeurys Familia, New York Mets Pitcher Brian McCann, New York Yankee Catcher Andrew Miller, New York Yankee Pitcher Jesse Orosco, Former New York Mets Pitcher With Master… Read More
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… Read More
The AHRC New York City Foundation supports AHRC New York City’s programs. The video, Four Reasons to Give introduces the viewer to four young children who attend AHRC NYC programs and their families. Watch this video and learn… Read More
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… Read More
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… Read More
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… Read More
The success of our fund-raising events depends upon committed volunteer leadership and committee members. We welcome new members for all of our benefit committees. In the case of the AHRC Golf Classic, there is a Young Leadership Committee comprising golfers under age 35 in addition to a committee of corporate chairs.
Joining a benefit committee generally entails making a commitment to the event yourself and providing an invitation list. Some committees hold meetings; others do not.
Volunteers in our Annual Fund Campaign provide a list of colleagues, family and/or friends and agree that we may send them an appeal letter with the volunteer’s signature.
If you are interested in volunteering to raise funds, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-780-2690 so together we can explore how your interests may intersect with our volunteer opportunities.
Because of the tax advantages of donating appreciated securities, you may find you are able to make a larger gift with stock than with cash. When you make a gift of appreciated securities that you have owned for… Read More
The AHRC New York City Foundation, Inc. Endowment for Guardianship is a permanently maintained fund that provides reliable income to support AHRC New York City’s Guardianship Program. The Guardianship Program, established in 1970, ensures the care and protection… Read More