Purchase a $5 Shop For A Cause savings pass to receive 25% off* at Macy’s during this year’s event, running Friday, August 26th – Sunday, August 28th. Every $5 from the purchase of the savings passes through Edwin Gould will go directly to support Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families!
For the 11th year, Macy’s stores across the nation will be partnering with local schools and organizations to raise funds for their ongoing charitable efforts as part of the Shop For A Cause campaign – since 2006, Shop for a Cause has raised tens of millions of dollars to benefit the causes most important in your local community.
To purchase your savings pass, visit www.egscf.org and click on the “Donate” button. Enter $5 as your gift amount. Be sure to include your e-mail address and we will e-mail the pass to you. To pick up your pass in person or to request that we mail it to you, please contact Gretchen Santiago at 212-602-5829 or email@example.com
Electronic passes are available for purchase until noon on Friday, August 26th.
Each pass allows you to save 25% off* throughout the store on an assortment of regular, sale, and clearance merchandise and 10% on electrics/electronics, watches, furniture, mattresses and rugs/floor coverings. At each Macy’s store, savings pass holders are also eligible to win a $500 gift card, no purchase necessary. For additional details, please visit macys.com/shopforacause
* Savings Pass are not valid on macys.com. Exclusions and restrictions apply. See savings pass for details.
Come join our friends at the NY INstitute of Technology for a 30-minute work out – and learn about Edwin Gould’s 2016 Bike Event!
WHO: NYIT “Ride To Raise” team
WHEN: Tuesday, April 12, from 12p.m – 2p.m.
WHERE: NYIT, 16 West 61th street, Room 624
WHY: Every 30 minutes …
… 3,390 babies are born in poverty
… a child or teen dies from gun violence
… a women suffers domestic violence
In 30 minutes you can help make a difference in their lives
BONUS : All participants get a goodie bag they can use to do the virtual bike ride and raise more to help Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families
Event attendees can register for more information on the upcoming bike ride here. All others, please contact Lucia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor L Roberson
NYIT, Special Events Class
Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families
Summer Cycle 2016 kicks off this Spring. Staff and friends of Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families will once again ride to raise critical funds to support our services to New York City’s most vulnerable. We will be riding in the Harlem Valley Rail Ride on July 24th. For information regarding participation or sponsorship packages, please contact Sharon at 212-437-3551 or email@example.com
Visit www.summercycle.org for more information.
More than10,000 NYC children are in foster care. Learn more about opening your heart and home to help transform a child’s life. Join us on SATURDAY MARCH 12, 2016 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at our Downtown Brooklyn office 151 Rector Street, 5th floor
RSVP ♥ 718-513-7019
Please see our Recruitment Flyer 2016 for additional details or call us at 718-513-7019
Giving Tuesday is a global day dedicated to generosity! Join with us this Tuesday and help transform the lives of New York’s most vulnerable. Click the Donate Now button to make your gift!
Join us on November 30th from 6-8 pm at Onieals Soho and help bring a little holiday cheer to the many children in our care! The price of admission is simply a child’s gift or a donation of $25 per guest.
Complementary appetizers will be served and guests will receive one complimentary drink.
Onieals Soho is at 174 Grand Street. Please RSVP by November 30th at noon.
If you prefer to make a gift of $25 instead of bringing a toy, or if you are unable to attend but would like to provide support, please click on the Donate button above or contact Sharon at 212-437-3551.
We look forward to seeing you!
Pianist, and Edwin Gould Supporter, Joel Fan will be giving a free concert this Sunday, October 18 at 4pm at the Dweck Center in Brooklyn. Details are here.
In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, he will be honoring our very own STEPS to End Family Violence at the after-party to be held at 6pm at:
234 Underhill Ave,
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Admission to both events is free. Happy hour pricing will be available at Bar Sepia. Donations to STEPS may be made at the event or here.
We are looking for volunteers to help with our annual holiday giving drives. Holiday gifts and Thanksgiving food baskets are needed for many of our children and families. These are ideal projects for a team of coworkers, students looking for service opportunities, religious organizations, and other charitably-minded groups and individuals. Every year, we distribute over 1,000 gifts to children living in foster care, in unstable housing, or who are living through a time of family crisis. Help us to make that possible again this year! Contact Sharon Pyle at 212-437-3551 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us to celebrate our 2015 Bike Challenge riders, cheer our winning teams, and learn more about how you can help New York City’s most vulnerable.
Tuesday, August 25th, 2015
From 6pm to 8:00pm
Complementary hors d’oevres will be served and happy hour will be extended to 8pm in honor of the event.Suggested donation $20
Please RSVP by Tuesday at 2 pm
For additional details, please contact email@example.com or Lucia at 646-315-7633
To contribute to our Bike Event, please visit the event website.
The STEPS to End Family Violence (STEPS) 7-week summer Peer Leadership training program includes 44 Middle and High School students representing our 18 RAPP (Relationship Abuse Prevention Program) schools. The program culminates in a student-organized conference in which the Peer Leaders present workshops on topics important and relevant to New York City youth. This year’s conference is entitled P.O.W.E.R. (Privilege, Ownership, Wisdom, Empowerment, RAPP).
Topics may include: Bullying Prevention Strategies; Street Harassment Awareness and Prevention; Ageism and Healthy Masculinity; and are presented in various formats: film, spoken word, skits, artwork, poetry, and social media. For additional information, please contact Connie Marquez at 646-315-7611 or firstname.lastname@example.org