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Moody’s Corporate Service Day Game Room Reboot

Volunteers from Moody’s made-over the Freedom House game room this month, brightening the space for children and teens at the domestic violence shelter.

Working with the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA), the Moody’s volunteers painted, hung a wall mural and put together a foosball table. The work was made possible due to a grant from Moody’s in line with its corporate service day.

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BFL Apartments Launches Tenant Driven Community Newsletter

BFL Apartments has launched a community newsletter, led by tenants and organized by the occupational therapy team and social worker Sam Finan.

The newsletter’s first issue is slated to release early fall, and will feature original poetry, listings of area happenings, and community news (including an update on the tenant’s garden club, pictured).

 

 

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BFL’s Paul Feuerstein Joins HSC Emergency Preparedness Panel Aug. 3

Paul Feuerstein, President/CEO of Barrier Free Living was part of a panel on emergency preparedness for NYC Vulnerable Populations hosted by the Human Services Council (HSC).

The panel was part of the August 3 forum — “The Human Services Sector and the Next Big One: Are We Ready for Disaster!?,” –  which included  discussions on how human services organizations can get prepared to coordinate with each other and government to provide services to communities immediately in response to disasters and what will be necessary to continue services in the years following.

The event also featured the release of the report, “The Human Services Sector of NYC: How Ready Are We For Emergencies?”

See the program here.

 

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Moody’s Spruces Up Game Room For Freedom House Shelter Kids

Volunteers from Moody’s made-over the Freedom House game room this month, brightening the space for children and teens at the domestic violence shelter.

Working with the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA), the Moody’s volunteers painted, hung a wall mural and put together a foosball table. The work was made possible due to a grant from Moody’s in line with its corporate service day.

 

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