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Community

Webline is proud to support the following organizations:

82nd Street BID

82nd Street Business Improvement District
http://www.82ndstreetbid.org

The 82nd Street Business Improvement District (BID) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation located in the Historic District of Jackson Heights and Elmhurst. The 82nd Street BID was created in January of 1990, with broad civic responsibilities to provide services to enhance economic development to all current and future community stockholders.


A Lot To Grow

A Lot To Grow
http://www.alottogrow.org

A Lot to Grow is a community garden designed to grow vegetables and herbs for use in local soup kitchens, food pantries, and subsidized senior housing facilities.


After School All Stars

After-School All-Stars (ASASNY)
http://www.asasny.org

The New York chapter of After-School All-Stars works with more than 1,000 youth who are enrolled in our after-school programs. Their CampUS summer sports and academic camp draws more than 5,000 youth from the entire New York metropolitan area.


Community Board2

Community Board 2
http://www.cb2queens.org

Community Board 2 represents the areas of Sunnyside, Woodside, Long Island City a portion of West Maspeth. The district is bounded on the north by Queens Plaza North, the northern property line of the Sunnyside Rail Yard and Northern Boulevard; on the east by the Con Rail property; on the south by Calamus, Maurice and Maspeth Avenues and Newtown Creek; the East River to the west.


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Council for Airport Opportunity (CAO)
http://www.caony.com

The Council for Airport Opportunity  is a not-for-profit trade association created in 1972 through a partnership of airline companies, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Mayor's Offices of the City of Newark and City of New York and the Federal Aviation Administration. CAO's mission is to promote the growth and development of job opportunities in the aviation industry for residents of the communities surrounding the NJ and NY metropolitan airports while at the same time responding to the human resource needs of airport employers.


Healthcare Chaplaincy

HealthCare Chaplaincy
http://www.healthcarechaplaincy.org

HealthCare Chaplaincy is a nationally recognized nonprofit leader in the research, education, and evidence-based practice of professional, multifaith, spiritual care. It serves all people regardless of religion or beliefs.  HealthCare Chaplaincy offers nearly fifty years of successful consultation and collaboration with major academic medical centers and health organizations, service to almost five million people, and pioneering research and education programs.  It is a leading advocate for the integration of spirituality in the organization and provision of medical care.


International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism

International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism
http://www.iishj.org

The International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism (IISHJ) was established in 1985 in Jerusalem to serve the needs of the growing movement of Secular Humanistic Judaism. Its three primary purposes are to train rabbis, leaders, educators and spokespersons, to commission and publish materials for the movement and to offer public seminars and Colloquia for education and inspiration.


The INN

The Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN)
http://www.the-inn.org

The INN was founded in 1983 as a single soup kitchen run by a small group of concerned volunteers. Working at a church in Hempstead, the volunteers discovered that not only were there large numbers of hungry people on Long Island, but that individuals working together could make a difference in their lives. Today, there are a total of 19 soup kitchens, operating as part of The INN’s network across Long Island. More than 5,500 people are fed each week.


International Synagogue

The International Synagogue
http://www.jfkshul.com/

The International Synagogue serves airport employees, business people, and Jewish travelers at JFK Airport. Serving American Jewry in this unique way since May, 2001, the Synagogue receives groups of persons of all ages from all over the United States prior to their departures to Israel or other places on the globe, it is the only synagogue located in a major airport in all of North and South America. The chapel provides a quiet place for individuals and groups to gather, pray, meditate, and study. The Jewish chaplain is available for counseling families who may be sending children to study in Israel or parents leaving to Israel for retirement, as well as for crisis counseling in the event of emergencies (Critical Incidence Stress Debriefing).


Lacrosse For Autism

Lacrosse for Autism
http://www.lax4autism.com

Lacrosse for Autism was created by Brendan and Jenn Fleming in January 2007. Their son, was diagnosed at twenty-two months with PDD NOS (pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified) on the Autism spectrum. His development relies continuously on the support and love of his teachers and therapists. They created Lacrosse for Autism events to celebrate and show their appreciation to all teachers and therapists of children with autism and to bring autism awareness to the lacrosse community.


Long Island Youth Mentoring

Long Island Youth Mentoring
http://www.christianmentor.com

Long Island Youth Mentoring's mission is to assist  at risk youth and their families, providing them with hope through caring relationships and developmental opportunities for the whole person (spiritual, mental, physical, social).


NYCIB

New York City Industries for the Blind (NYCIB)
http://www.nycib.org

Located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York City Industries for the Blind, Inc. is a 501(c)3, not-for-profit company that was founded and incorporated in November of 1995. Their mission is to provide meaningful on-site and off-site employment opportunities to people who are blind or visually impaired in the greater New York City area.


Queens Center For Progress

Queens Centers For Progress (QCP)
http://www.queenscp.org

Queens Centers for Progress is made up of people working together to promote the independence of individuals with developmental disabilities. They play many different roles, but each of the agency's more than 600 staff members is focused on this same goal.


St. John's Bread And Life

St. John's Bread and Life
http://www.breadandlife.org

Inspired by the spirit of St. Vincent DePaul, St. John's Bread and Life affords itself this mission: to bring food to the poor and accompany them on their journey to wholeness by providing necessary services. The St. John's Bread and Life kitchen is their principle effort in helping those in need, by providing our community daily with a good solid meal, providing our guests the opportunity to start that day well.


Sunest Park Alliance

Sunset Park Alliance For Youth
http://www.sunsetparkalliance.org

The Sunset Park Alliance, a collaboration consisting of six distinct organizations, reconnects disconnected youth back to the classroom and workplace by providing comprehensive case management and support services, enhancing academic skills, and offering access to job skills training and employment.


Sutphin Boulevard BID

Sutphin Boulevard Business Improvement District
http://www.sutphinblvdbid.org

The Sutphin Boulevard Business Improvement District (BID) was founded in 2004 to provide supplemental services to a six block commercial strip running along Sutphin Boulevard in Downtown Jamaica. Managed by the Sutphin Boulevard District Management Association, Inc. (DMA), the BID serves as an information source and a voice for its members, and provides support and access to cost saving programs.


TD Foundation

TD Foundation
http://www.tdfoundation.org

The purpose of the TD Foundation is to help needy families and children both nationally and internationally with their most basic living needs including medical care. We raise funds and then use them to arrange for medical treatment and/or purchase critical daily items such as clothes, food, water, school supplies, vitamins, as well as toys, etc…


Unisphere

Unisphere, Inc.
http://www.unisphereinc.org

Unisphere, Inc. is a private non-profit corporation that was formed in 2003 to help transform Flushing Meadows Corona Park into a model for urban parks nationwide.