NYFC and IKEA Redecorate the ACS Children’s Center

On Thursday, December 9th, NYFC teamed up with IKEA to make over two rooms at the ACS Children’s Center. The facility is designed for children entering into foster care in New York City. Together, the team transformed these spaces into warm, welcoming environments intended to make the transition into care

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Meet Our Guardian Scholars

Three new students in foster care embarked on their college experience this year with the support of the NYFC Guardian Scholars Program. We are pleased to introduce Zhanna, Jamar and Emily. see more

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Request for Proposals

New Yorkers For Children is currently accepting proposals through November 11, 2010 at 5:00pm. If you have any questions, please contact New Yorkers For Children’s program manager Amy Chou at  achou@newyorkersforchildren.org. To apply, please download and complete the four documents at right: Grant Application Outline Applicant Cover Letter Budget Proposal Budget Narrative

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Zac Posen Holiday Cards to Benefit NYFC

“I’ve enjoyed working on this holiday card for Tiny Prints. The proceeds will go to one of my favorite charities, New Yorkers For Children, so sending this card is a great way to give back this holiday season.”  – Zac Posen, Fashion Designer Cards are available for purchase here.

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NYFC 2010 Fall Gala

On September 21st, NYFC raised over $1.6 million to benefit youth in foster care at the 2010 Fall Gala presented by CIRCA. The live auction by Jamie Niven of Sotheby’s raised more than $400,000 to support educational programs. This year’s event honored Keith Bulluck, New York Giants’ All-Pro Linebacker, with

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NYFC Youth Advisory Board volunteers at NAC Kids Olympics

  On June 19, 2010, New Yorkers For Children’s Youth Advisory Board (YAB) volunteered at the the face painting booth for children with severe disabilities at the 5th Annual New Alternatives for Children (NAC) Kids Olympics.  Larry Harris, Nicole Esposito, and Arlenis Sosa were on hand to show their support.  Over 600

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