On Monday, November 5th, UM hosted the 3rd bi-annual JAR Forum for a Safer New York City. This Forum centered on the the growing concern and impact of the local opioid epidemic. Our panel discussion was facilitated by the Emmy-award winning journalist, Brook Silva-Braga, and led by the following expert practitioners, law enforcement and non-profit professionals,
Trailblazers’ co-chair Lauren Busch likes her drinks in popsicle form, suffers the seasonal heartbreak of a Knicks fan, and is laser-focused on building a council of young professionals who care deeply about New York City. Lightning Round: Age: 25 From: Long Island Professional Position: Global Marketing, BlackRock Favorite restaurant: Shopsin’s Favorite bar: Loopy Doopy. It’s
The JAR Trailblazers Council are taking over for the last week of fundraising for the Summer in a Safe City campaign! We are extremely excited to announce all funds raised the week of Monday, September 24th through Friday September 28th will go towards the non-profit organization Bottom Line—a grantee recipient chosen by the JAR Trailblazers.
New York Cares is the largest volunteer network in New York City. The organization partners with nearly 1,300 nonprofits and schools across all 5 boroughs, runs 1,600 volunteer-led projects every month, and serves more than 500,000 New Yorkers in need each year. The Reisenbach Foundation is proud to support New York Cares’ Career Preparation for