The food donated to City Harvest will go to more than 500 soup kitchens, food pantries and other programs across the city. Photo via City Harvest [https://www.facebook.com/CityHarvestNYC/photos/pb.29095531180.-2207520000.1431020404./10153066434261181/?type=3&theater] New York Cares, New York City’s largest volunteer network,
Photo via Making Strides Against Breast Cancer [https://www.facebook.com/Strides/photos/pb.12546364967.-2207520000.1444142842./10154245704069968/?type=3&theaterr] October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month [http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/breast-cancer-awareness-month], and an important event is coming to Prospect Park [https://www.prospectpark.org/visit-the-park/park-map/points-interest/points-interest-nethermead/] to
Greta Greene. Photo courtesy of the Greene familyFollowing the devastating death of 2-year-old neighbor Greta Greene [/crime/community-mourns-death-of-2-year-old-neighbor-greta-greene-who-was-hit-by-falling-bricks-on-upper-west-side] , who lived with her parents, Stacy and Jayson Greene, in Kensington, just across the border from Ditmas Park, we’ve been flooded with emails from neighbors who want to know how they
Ten dollars. Eleven bands. Helping thousands. Cha Cha’s in Coney Island (1229 Riegelman Boardwalk) is hosting Rock Against Dystrophy, a balls-to-the-wall rock-out [http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=150945781593274&ref=ts] to raise money for one of the least rockin’ diseases afflicting man – muscular dystrophy [http://en.wikipedia.
Photo courtesy of MDanalakis via FlickrConey Island Hospital [/tag/coney-island-hospital/] has partnered with Takes All Types [http://www.takesalltypes.org/], a non-profit that uses social networking to encourage the internet generation to join the ranks of blood donors. Takes All Types takes the concept of viral marketing and grassroots campaigning