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Want to learn what The River Fund New York is all about? Here is your chance to find out about the good that we do and how you can get involved.

Want to learn what The River Fund New York is all about? Here is your chance to find out about the good that we do and how you can get involved.

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  • “ together we can make a difference”
    • children
    • the homeless
    • low-income seniors
    • working poor families
    • children and adults living with HIV/AIDS
    We support and affirm all people with equal regard to age, gender, creed, ethnic origin, and sexual orientation . MISSION Feeding and empowering t hose we serve to move beyond the lines of poverty.
  • CLIENT CHOICE PANTRY RICHMOND HILL, QUEENS
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  • Feed everyone …with every breath …with every word …with food FOUNDER MA JAYA
  • YOUR DOLLARS AT WORK Client Choice Pantry Coats ~ Clothing ~ Toiletries HRA Food Stamp Center Vitamins Every Month Back to School Bags ~ Supplies Families Receiving Holiday Gifts
  • STREET RELIEF JAMAICA, QUEENS
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  • CONEY ISLAND, BROOKLYN UNDER THE BOARDWALK
  • DEMOGRAPHICS Ethnic populations: 33% Latinos, 28% Black Non-Latinos, 19% Caucasian Non-Latinos, 20% Asian 81,719 2009 14,787 Seniors 15,647 Adult men 19,500 Adult women 21,985 Youths (grades 5-12) 9,800 Children WE SERVED: 2009 96,000 2010 18,500 Seniors 17,000 Adult men 23,500 Adult women 25,500 Youths ( grades 5-12) 11,500 Children WE WILL SERVE: 2010 ESTIMATES
  • 31,720 CHILDREN SERVED IN 2009
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  • VITAMINS TO 1,200 CHILDREN EVERY MONTH VITAMIN OUTREACH
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  • DELIVERING OVER 6,000 WINTER WEAR ITEMS WINTER COATS
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  • ~ SCHOOL BAGS ~ ~ SUPPLIES ~ TO 1,000 KIDS BACK TO SCHOOL
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  • FAMILIES RECEIVING 5,000 ~ TOYS ~ GIFTS ~ ~ STUFFED ANIMALS ~ HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING
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  • special thanks to our
    • AfterHours Web & Graphics Design
    • Angels on the Bay
    • A.S.A.P. Logistics LTD
    • Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
    • Care to Knit Inc.
    • City Harvest
    • Common Cents/Penny Harvest
    • Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
    • Continental Lift Truck Inc.
    • Costco Wholesale
    • CTSC of Weill Cornell Medical College
    • Emergency Food Assistance Prog.
    • Feeding America
    • Feed the Children
    • Food Bank for New York City
    • Franco American Novelty Company
    • Gold’s Gym Howard Beach
    • Herr’s Chips Jamaica
    • Howard E. Stark Foundation
    • Hope on Wheels
    • iEat Green
    • John Theissen Children’s Foundation
    PARTNERS & SPONSORS
    • Joseph Campagna and Sons, Inc.
    • M.A.C. AIDS Fund
    • Macho Products
    • Monteforte Bakery
    • New York Cares
    • Nourish America
    • NYC Coalition Against Hunger
    • NYS Workers Compensation
    • Payless ShoeSource Foundation
    • Photos by Robert Klein
    • Rotary Club of Brooklyn
    • State Farm Insurance
    • The Feinstein Foundation
    • Tiedemann Investment Group
    • Toys for Tots
    • Trader Joe’s Rego Park
    • Unilever US Foundation
    • United Way of NYC
    • Verrazano Rotary Club
    • Village Animal Clinic
    • World Vision
    • Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate
    and every individual donor
  • www.foodbanknyc.org
  • THROUGH YOUR PARTNERSHIP AND A CORE OF DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS IN 2009 WE SERVED OVER 81,500 NEW YORKERS YOUR SUPPORT
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  • G etting opportunities to help effect positive social changes I nvolved in serving to help reduce adversity in the lives of others V olunteer in offering oneself to serve another E xperiencing, observing, encountering and learning through service G.I.V.E. GET INVOLVED VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
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    • Site expansion to 30,000 sq. ft.
    • Kid’s Café ~ Summer Meals Program
    • After School Meals Program
    • Children’s Produce Market Program
    • S.H.A.K.E. ~ Kid’s Exercise Program
    GOALS
  • Thank you for your support. You’ve brought us a far way!
  • 89-11 Lefferts Blvd. ~ Richmond Hill, NY 11418 Phone:718.441.1125 ~ Fax:718.441.1126 email: [email_address] www.riverfund-ny.org “ together we make a difference”