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Fedcap offers job training and advocacy programs to more than 40,000 people. Its emphasis is to help members overcome obstacles and acquire meaningful employment.

The organization was founded in New York City in 1935 as the Federation of the Crippled and Disabled (FCD). At the time people with disabilities had an enormous number of barriers to entering the work force. The FCD was set up to alleviate this. Its working principles were to attain for its members ßwork, dignity and economic independence. It was also the first organization in the country run by the disabled. Today that organization is named Fedcap and it is widely known for its top-quality employees and services. Good Neighbor partners with Fedcap to arrange job-related seminars as well as other events in the New York Metropolitan area.

Little League Baseball

We currently sponsor the Rolando Paulino and Raiders Little League Baseball organizations. These two Bronx-based little league organizations perform the distinctive service of training its young members to play and enjoy the game of baseball. In doing so, they not only rally the natural competitive spirit of the game, but also applaud member cooperation, encourage healthy living and support the overall enjoyment the game among its youngsters. The two leagues have numerous teams within their ranks, holding competitive games throughout the spring and summer. The tournaments culminate in the national Little League World Series, now well known throughout the country. Having completed the Kickoff tournament between the leagues, Good Neighbor is pleased to extends its best wishes to both leagues in their strive to make it to the playoffs.
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El Museo del Barrio

El Museo del Barrio, often known simply as El Museo, is located in east Harlem in New York City. Founded in 1969, El Museo specializes in Latin American art. Offering a collection of Latin American art numbering in the thousands, the museum also sponsors numerous festivals and educational programs throughout the year, including the one we proudly sponsor, the annual Three Kings Day parade.

Susan G. Komen

In 1982, that promise became Susan G. Komen for the Cure and launched the global breast cancer movement. Today, Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.

As Susan G. Komen for the Cure, we’ll continue to be the world’s largest, boldest and most progressive grassroots network of survivors and activists, the only organization fighting to cure breast cancer at every stage. Thanks to events like the Komen Race for the Cure, we have invested nearly $1 billion to fulfill our promise, becoming the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world. To date, we’ve invested $1 billion in research, education and health services. And because so many millions of people are counting on us to fulfill our promise, we will invest an additional $2 billion over the next decade to do just that.

Save Latin America

Founded in 1991, Save Latin America, Inc. (SLA) is a 501 (c)(3) civic organization whose vision is to be recognized as a leader in providing services and easy access to information for Hispanics of all ages in the fields of health, education, economic & business development, as well as government and political awareness.

One of the commissions founded by Save Latin America is the Education Commission. The “Reaching Our Dreams” program consists of inviting successful Hispanic leaders in the community to speak to students about the importance of a positive attitude towards education and the effects on their own personal development. This program brings together parents and teachers to create a positive motivating experience for students.

The Good Neighbor program is part of the NY Yankees annual Thanksgiving Voucher Give Away program. On Nov. 24, the New York Yankees and White Rose teamed up and provided 500 Bronx residents with a food voucher that could be redeemed at a local Met or Pioneer Supermarket to assist with the expense related to preparing a Thanksgiving meal.

Additionally, The Good Neighbor Program is proud to be a supporting partner in the NY Yankees Holiday Food Drive, an annual food drive at Yankee Stadium to collect and then distribute food to needy families throughout the Bronx. 2009 marked its 16th year. Over 70,000 pounds of food was donated this past year.