FUEL for 50: Robin Hood Awards 50 NYC-Based Organizations with $25K

Hudson Link receiving the FUEL for 50 awardee welcome package.
  • Asiyah Women’s Center
  • Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP)
  • Bangladeshi American Community Development and Youth Services (BACDYS)
  • Barbershop Books
  • Betances Health Center
  • The Brave House
  • Brooklyn Community Housing & Services
  • Carroll Gardens Association
  • Chances for Children — NY
  • Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech
  • Cornell University Cooperative Extension
  • CounterForce
  • Cypress Hills Child Care Corporation
  • Day One NY
  • East Harlem Tutorial Program
  • FamilyCook Productions
  • Forestdale Inc.
  • Friendship Circle of Brooklyn
  • Full Circle Life Enrichment Center
  • Henry Street Settlement
  • Her Justice
  • Her Village Inc.
  • Homes for the Homeless
  • Hour Children Inc.
  • Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison
  • Hunts Point Alliance for Children
  • ImmSchools
  • Jericho Project
  • Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
  • La Colmena
  • Lexington School for the Deaf
  • Life of Hope
  • Literacy Partners
  • Literacy Inc.
  • LSA Family Health Service
  • Lutheran Social Services of New York
  • Masa
  • Mixteca
  • New York City College of Technology, Division of Continuing Education
  • New York Council on Adoptable Children
  • The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
  • New Yorkers For Children
  • North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence
  • Northside Center for Child Development
  • Relume Foundation
  • Safe Families for Children
  • Safe Horizon
  • Sheltering Arms
  • Vibrant Emotional Health




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