CUNY Institute for Health Equity

CUNY-Community Partnership (CCP) Partner Events

April 2010

April 30, 2010 at 6:30pm, please join us for the Community Forum re: BUDGET CUTS

Budget Cuts: How can they be stopped?

Where: United Community Centers
613 New Lots Avenue, Brooklyn, NY (cross street is Schenck Ave.)
(Take 3 train to Van Siclen Ave Station, exit RIGHT out of the turnstile, walk 1 block to New Lots Ave., then LEFT 1 block to Schenck Ave.)
When: Friday 4/30/10 at 6:30pm

Child Care is Available

Speaker Include:

  • City Council Member, District 42, Charles Barron
  • NY State Assembly Member, District 40, Inez Barron
  • United Community Centers, Inc. Executive Director, Ana Aguirre
  • Professor of Education, Hofstra University, Alan Singer

Please click here for the full event flyer [PDF]

May 2010

May 1st & May 15th (10AM – 2PM)

Open Volunteer Days at East New York Farms!

Work on the UCC Youth Farm the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month from April to October. Get your hands dirty and learn about gardening!

At United Community Centers, Inc:613 New Lots Ave | Brooklyn, NY 11207 | 718-649-7979

For more information, please visit East New York Farms

Sunday May 16th

AIDS Walk New York

Raise money for HIV/AIDS programs by walking with one of our Community Partner teams:

Register here "Join a Team" and search the drop down menu for the name of the organization whose team you would like to join

Wednesday, May 26th (6:00PM -10:00PM)

Mixteca Organization, Inc. 10th Anniversary Gala

Recognizing courageous leaders working for the Mexican & LatinAmerican community

At The Grand Prospect Hall: 263 Prospect Avenue | Brooklyn, NY 11215

To register or donate, please visit here

Sunday, May 30th (11:30AM – 6:30PM)

Loisaida Festival

Loisaida Inc is a nonprofit organization servicing youth and promoting economic development, founded in 1979. The festival, always celebrated the Sunday before Memorial Day, has evolved into the largest Latino pride festival in the area.It is presented in the Avenue C commercial corridor-renamed Loisaida Avenue in 1989. The Festival includes diverse manifestations of Puerto Rican and Latinocultures expressed through music, cuisine, and the arts. The program includes musical concerts, dance, and theatre performances, as well as arts & crafts exhibitions. It also serves as a vehicle to disseminate critical community information to the local residents on issues affecting their well being. For moreinformation visit: http://loisaidainc.org/htm/

To volunteer please send an e-mail to loisaidafestival@gmail.com or call (347) 651-2269

 


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