JAR is a proud supporter of Win’s Young Adult Income Building Program (YAIB). Win transforms the lives of New York City homeless women and their children by providing holistic solutions for safe housing, critical services, and groundbreaking programs that help their families secure and maintain their independence. Launched in 2017, YAIB provides vulnerable youth living
JAR is a proud supporter of PAL’s Youth Link Reisenbach Internship program. As a century-old organization, PAL is constantly tasked with redefining itself to maintain its relevance in an ever-changing New York City. Serving almost 20,000 youth in 2018, PAL’s impact remains impressive as ever. In recent years, PAL has focused its attention on Teen
JAR is a proud supporter of the New York City Police Foundation’s Crime Stoppers Program, which allows the general public to anonymously report information about violent crimes to the NYPD. The Police Foundation offers rewards, up to $2,500, if that information leads to the arrest and indictment of a wanted felon(s). Thanks to the public’s
JAR is a proud supporter of The New York Foundling’s CAPP (Child Abuse Prevention Program). CAPP creates safe spaces in which to inform, educate, and engage with children, school staff, and parents on abuse. CAPP uses life-sized puppets in skits to teach children how to recognize, resist, and report physical and sexual abuse – educating
JAR is a proud supporter of Fountain House’s Hardest to Serve Homeless Initiative. Founded in 1948, Fountain House empowers people with serious mental illness in New York City to live and thrive in society. The Fountain House Hardest to Serve Homeless Initiative was launched in partnership with JAR as a support program for individuals with
JAR is a proud supporter of America SCORES New York (ASNY)’s signature Literacy in Action program. America SCORES New York works with over 20 under resourced NYC public schools to provide free after-school programming for almost 1,300 students, ages 5-18, who learn about fair play, teamwork, leadership and commitment through soccer, poetry and community service.
JAR is a proud supporter of Internationals Network. Internationals Network works to provide quality education for recently arrived immigrants who are English language learners (ELLs). It is the only school development and support organization that specifically address the needs of recent immigrant and refugee English Language Learners. Immigrant and refugee students who are also ELLs
JAR is a proud supporter of Safe Horizon’s Streetwork Project; a program that empowers young people experiencing homelessness to work toward long-term safety and stability. Each night in New York City, there are 4,500 unaccompanied homeless youth in need of a safe place to stay. With support from JAR, Streetwork Project is working to support
JAR is a proud supporter of The Jewish Board’s Independent Living Skills Group at Kaplan House. Kaplan House serves young men in the foster care system, aged 17-21, from throughout New York City. At any given time, 25 youth live there, many of whom have spent much of their lives in the child welfare system.