Hey Harlem, Here’s How We Can Assist Louisiana Flood Victims

In this aerial photo a boat motors between flooded homes after heavy rains inundating the region Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, in Hammond, La. Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards says more than 1,000 people in south Louisiana have been rescued from homes, vehicles and even clinging to trees as a slow-moving storm hammers the state with flooding. (AP Photo/Max Becherer)

Impact Your World and Harlem World Cares has identified charities providing support for the victims of the most recent historic flooding in Louisiana.

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NY Jets Curtis Martin And Other Stars Shine At The Buoniconti Fund To Cure Paralysis

gal-jets-curtis-martin-jpgHarlem is known for giving back to the community, that’s why we love when a group of iconic sports legends and special honorees are celebrated for their work at the annual The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis benefit to raise funds to cure Paralysis. Continue Reading →

Orfeo Antillano’s 12th Annual BBQ Fundraiser & Performance

seitu derby5A great way to end the week long Harlem-Havana Educational & Cultural Festival is to come enjoy on Sunday 8/21 from 2-8pm a small but far-reaching 501(c)(3) Afro-Cuban Dance Company located in Harlem on 128th Street and Convent Avenue. Continue Reading →

Harlem Based NY Urban League Black & Blue: The Struggle for Justice Town Hall Meeting

ArvaPhotoThe purpose of this town hall meeting, “Black & Blue: The Struggle for Justice” is to gather community members, elected officials, businesses and young professionals for an action planning meeting to discuss independent oversight, unification with other concerned organizations and community convening across demographics. Continue Reading →

Apply For The Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellowship Now!

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Are you ready to apply for the Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellowship? We hope so because they are currently accepting applications! Continue Reading →

Ice Hockey In Harlem 2016 Benefit on the Green

golf getawayOn August 1st, support the children of Ice Hockey in Harlem and spend a day playing golf or tennis with hockey legends! Continue Reading →

TABLE FOR TWO And Alcoa Foundation Continue Year 3 in Supporting Harlem School

TABLE FOR TWO and Alcoa Foundation 1Healthy feeding and food education just became more fun for students. TABLE FOR TWO (TFT) and Alcoa Foundation are proud to share the successes of Neighborhood Charter School of Harlem (NCSH), New York, recipients of the Alcoa foundation grant; Continue Reading →

Kids From Harlem To Hollis Leave For Free Fresh Air Fund Summer Experiences

Fresh Air Fund Children-Manhattan1On Saturday, June 30, 2016, New York City children, including many Manhattan boys and girls, marked the beginning of their Fresh Air summer experiences.  Continue Reading →

Macy Gray, Alan Thicke And Others Rocked At The Rock For Research Benefit

macy gray2Celebrities and musicians came out to celebrate the First Annual Rock For Research Summer Concert to benefit the Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors Regenerative Medicine Institute (RMI). Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Denny Moe’s Cultivates The Intersection Between Health And Hair Cuts

denny moes1Denny Moe’s Superstar Barbershop, known around the globe for its world-class precision haircuts and ongoing commitment to philanthropy is gearing up to host its signature event, Cutting for a Cure. Continue Reading →