“Kindness can become its own motive. We
are made kind by being kind.”
Eric Hoffer (1902-1983)
| Thanks to your Click For Charity Greiner-Maltz will make a donation to the following organizations:
| SHAREing & CAREing is the only community nonprofit organization providing grassroots support services to breast and ovarian cancer patients and their families through counseling, educational forums and advoacy services in Queens, and throughout New York City. Focusing on all women's health issues, and providing health symposiums to educate and to take preventive actions for their well-being. SHAREing & CAREing's activities include: individual advocacy, referrals, essential services, support groups, educational forums, stress reduction workshops, and pharmaceutical assistance. Languages spoken by counselors include: English, Spanish, Greek, Ukrainian, and Italian
|Each year, The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund collects contributions
from the public by publishing stories about people living in despair in
New York. The active campaign begins in early November and runs for 90 days;
however, contributions are always welcome. Since The New York Times pays
all Fund expenses, 100% of the contributions go directly to the following
social service agencies: The Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service, Catholic
Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, Catholic Charities, Diocese of
Brooklyn and Queens, The Children's Aid Society, Community Service Society
of New York, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc., UJA - Federation
of New York.
Founded in 1981, City Harvest is the world's largest and oldest food
rescue program. Each day, City Harvest picks up nearly 45,000 pounds of
food that would otherwise go to waste from restaurants, farms, grocers,
bakeries, and other sources and delivers it to community food organizations
serving needy New Yorkers. Its fleet of 14 refrigerated trucks is on the
road day and night, helping to feed nearly 200,000 hungry men, women, and
children each week.
|The Child Center of NY was established in 1953 as Queens Child Guidance Center, a family-focused non-profit organization. By offering community-based
after-school programs, tutoring, day care and therapy to children and
their families, the center helps children cope with challenges such as
child abuse, profound sadness and thoughts of suicide, school and behavior
problems, foster care placement and immigration difficulties. In 2002,
the Queens Child Guidance Center assisted 8,000 children and their families.
For Charity has helped Greiner-Maltz join together the continuing
success of our company with charitable giving to the communities which have
helped us prosper during the past 50 years.
|For each Click For Charity, Grenier-Maltz will donate $.01 each time this page is accessed. Each charity will receive an equal portion of the total amount.