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As the nation’s largest food rescue operation, City Harvest turns to new sources to meet the needs of hungry New Yorkers.
Twenty-seven years ago, an abandoned lot in New York City’s East Harlem neighborhood became the birthplace for DREAM, an organization that started as a little league baseball program in an underserved community.
Meet Brian Jones – a veteran who is paying it forward.
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How the tiniest residents of Bank of America's New York headquarters are helping keep the company and city green
Bank of America is committed to advancing racial equality and economic opportunity, and helping the Metro New York City community thrive. Learn more about our unwavering commitment to communities.
See how we're supporting New York City-based minority-owned small businesses to showcase their products, grow their business and attract new customers.
The country’s largest public school system prepares students for rewarding careers with the help of this public-private partnership.
We’re recognizing individuals like New York City’s Edgar Villanueva who’ve made extraordinary contributions to break down barriers and create economic opportunities for Black, Hispanic-Latino, Asian American, and Native American people nationwide.
Advocate Andrew Heinrich discusses finding his purpose helping young people from underserved backgrounds, and how the smallest moments can make the biggest impact.