Harlem Dowling-West Side Center for Children and Family Services held its Annual Board Meeting at the Art Gallery in Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building. Continue reading
Harlem Dowling Help Seniors Survive Summer with Appetizing Summer Saving Tips & Practical Solutions
Summer has finally arrived. For most people it’s a great time to get out and indulge in fast food and tasty treats. However, for many seniors who survive on fixed incomes, strict dietary disciplines and rely on local supermarkets for their bounty, the lure of summer not only can threaten their health, but can chip away at their finances. Continue reading
Founded in 1836, Harlem Dowling-West Side Center is a not-for-profit multi-service agency providing out-of-home foster care, adoption, therapeutic placement, supportive housing for youth aging out of foster care and other support services. Related services include; family preservation, HIV/AIDS services, family support services, and after school programs for children and families living in Central Harlem, Washington Heights, Southeast Queens and Far Rockaway. Continue reading
Numerous Companies Show Support with Various Acts of Kindness It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and Harlem Dowling West Side Center for Children and Family Services teamed up with various corporations and companies to celebrate the true meaning of the holidays with a variety of events and activities in and around the uptown community. Continue reading
HD Board Pres. Jaye Smith (left) congratulates (front) Shanelis De La Cruz; Jarlene Gonzales & Elhadji Thiam; (back l to R). After School Assistant Site Coordinator, Wilson Fete; student, Chelsea Slete; and After School Site Coordinator, Jenny Fernandez.
Harlem Dowling West Side Center for Children & Families Honors its Youth with Fundraiser In East Hampton HD Board President, Jaye Smith who long ago opened her heart to the agency’s overall mission of providing quality service to children and their families, recently celebrated her birthday by honoring Harlem Dowling’s after school participants who once again took the covenant cover prize in the annual citywide Comic Book Project.
Celebratory Affair Saluted 2008 Honorees
Taking its lead from the Colored Orphan Asylum founders Anna Shotwell and Mary Murray, who in the 1830’s gathered groups of friends and associates in their homes to address the growing concern for the care of colored orphans, Harlem Dowling West Side Center (HDWC) board member Tim Mulvaney and his life partner Stephen J. Kozuch hosted an exclusive cocktail party honoring Harlem Dowling’s 2008 Gala Award recipients at their midtown abode. Continue reading
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