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C.) Provide After School and Camp Scholarships or Supplies

C.) Provide After School and Camp Scholarships or Supplies
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Greenwich House strives to provide students with opportunities that build friendship and self esteem using a variety of experiences that explore their artistic creativity and rely on collaboration with other students. Nearly 30 percent of students receive financial aid, and would not otherwise have access to these valuable opportunities.

Help a student who seeks an engaging after school or summer camp experience by providing supplies or a scholarship for a semester of classes or summer of camp at Greenwich House

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One Week $100


D.) Provide a Music Scholarship

D.) Provide a Music Scholarship
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Support scholarships for underserved public school students to learn to play music and become a part of the Greenwich House Music School community.

NYC funds for arts have been drastically reduced at city schools over the past five years; funds for musical instruments and other art supplies dropped by 68 percent between 2006 and 2010. Yet, research shows that musical training enhances the brain's adaptive abilities, speech, memory and attention span. Help a NYC youth boost brain power and excel through music education.
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L.) Provide a Pottery Scholarship

L.) Provide a Pottery Scholarship
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Help an underserved public school student explore the world of fine arts at The Pottery.

Pottery scholarships help cultivate creative exploration for young emerging artists who would otherwise not have the chance to realize their capabilities. In addition to taking classes, students gain confidence by being a part of the Pottery’s community, learning from adult students, visiting artists and exhibitions.Support a pottery scholarship and provide a foundation that can have a long-term impact.
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E.) Support Music Concerts

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Since 1905 Greenwich House Music has championed American music; Thomson, Varèse, Cowell, Cage and Ives among others were all part of the Greenwich House Music scene. Today, through its concert series, (est. 1985) we continue to provide fresh impetus to the performance of new and experimental music. Premiers and recent works by living American composers, artists and ensembles specializing in contemporary music are presented for free or minimal cost. Your support of the concert series helps ensure the continuance of the rich arts culture of Greenwich Village.



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K.) Support Pottery Exhibitions

K.) Support Pottery Exhibitions
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The Jane Hartsook Gallery at Greenwich House is the only non-profit, exhibition space in New York City devoted to expanding the public's awareness and appreciation of sculptural and functional ceramic forms, where all can attend for free. By supporting The Pottery you help us reach our primary objective: to support emerging and under-represented artists, giving them the opportunity to showcase their work on a national platform in the heart of the art world.

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I.) Support the Mental Health of a Senior

I.) Support the Mental Health of a Senior
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The cost to provide quality care for the clients of the Senior Health and Consultation Center is less than $8,000 per person annually and helps seniors remain in their homes, while the cost for the government to institutionalize a senior with a similar profile is $170,445 per year.

We are extremely proud that this program consistently exceeds standards of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and is highly regarded by the seniors we serve. Your support helps our therapists provide home-visits and a full range of therapy to accomplish this.
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A.) Support the Treatment of a Child

A.) Support the Treatment of a Child
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In New York City, over 59,000 cases of child abuse are reported annually. At the Children’s Safety Project, our expert therapists have been treating victims of abuse and domestic violence since 1987 with the goal to end the vicious cycle of abuse and give clients and their families the tools they need to regain a healthy life.

Do your part to help us protect these young victims, most coming from families whose household income is below $10,000, by supporting their therapeutic treatment.
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Provide Treatment for a Child


H.) Support the Food Bank

H.) Support the Food Bank
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As we help the clients in our Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program to navigate the path to recovery, the food bank helps them make it through another day with the nourishment they need. Clients of the program support each other as their own family and volunteer to coordinate their food bank. By supporting this program, you support the entire New York community and help in the fight against addiction.
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M.) Support Vocational Training

M.) Support Vocational Training
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The trained professionals at Greenwich House know that most of their clients face a daily struggle to stay substance free and grapple with difficulties far greater than simply chemical dependency. They also combat joblessness, homelessness and incarceration. The vocational training we provide is one of the tools that helps them reach success. In fact, the program’s success rate of clients discontinuing drug use is over 70%; more than 40% are improving their employment status. We still have a lot of work to do. Your support will help increase the chances of clients who are working hard to make a full and well-rounded recovery.

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Provide Vocational Training


B.) Give to the General Fund

B.) Give to the General Fund
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On a daily basis, Greenwich House makes a world of difference to the thousands of New Yorkers that enter through our doors day after day, year after year. By making a donation to Greenwich House you are investing in the future of a healthier and more creative New York, helping others as they strive toward self-improvement. A gift to the general fund allows us to direct your donation to the programs with the most immediate need. Thank you for your support.
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Greenwich House
, Inc.
224 West 30th Street, Suite 302
New York, NY 10001
Ph: (212) 991-0003


Fax: (646) 365-5730




About Greenwich House

Greenwich House is a registered 501 c(3) organization and a member of the United Neighborhood Houses of New York. If you are interested in learning more about the network of settlement houses and the work they do, click here

Greenwich House is proud to be a Better Business Bureau accredited charity.

  Greenwich House is proud to be a Silver-level GuideStar Exchange participant, demonstrating our commitment to transparency.

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Greenwich House
, Inc.
224 West 30th Street, Suite 302
New York, NY 10001
Ph: (212) 991-0003


Fax: (646) 365-5730