Goddard Riverside Community Center

Goddard Riverside Community Center

Goddard Riverside Community Center

Overview
Date Founded

1959

Headquarters

593 COLUMBUS AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY, 10024, USA

Charitable Causes

Recreation, Leisure & Athletics
Human Service Centers
Housing & Shelter Services
Children & Family Services

Employees (Worldwide)

698

Industries

Pension Funds & Sovereign Wealth
Social Interest
Medical Support Services

Company Description

Goddard Riverside Community Center provides community housing services. It programs offers early childhood, children and youth learning center, older adults care, housing, mental health, community arts, green keepers, and homeless outreach. The company was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Executives & Employees

Benefit Plan Administrator

Director, Options Center

Director of Development

Director, Development & Communications

Associate Director

Associate Director of Program

President & Director

Vice Chairman

Director

Director of Volunteer Programs

Board of Directors

Partner & Co-Chair, Equity Capital Markets & Public Companies at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP

Head of School at The Abraham Joshua Heschel School

Executive Chairman & President at Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

President & Chief Operating Officer at Nardello & Co. LLC

Managing Director at Gilbert Tweed International, Inc.

Former President at The New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund

Partner at Williams Jones Wealth Management LLC

Member, Board of Directors at Goddard Riverside Community Center

Member, Board of Directors at Goddard Riverside Community Center

Member, Board of Directors at Goddard Riverside Community Center

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The Fund for Public Schools is the nonprofit partner to the NYC Department of Education. The Fund plays a pivotal role in improving public education in New York City by: securing funding for critical public education initiatives; helping businesses create partnerships that support our city’s schools; and raising awareness about New York City public schools. See our work in action! Mission and History The Fund for Public Schools is dedicated to improving New York City's public schools by attracting private investment in school reform and encouraging greater involvement by all New Yorkers in the education of our children. In 2002 Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Chancellor Joel I. Klein established public-private partnerships as a critical means of supporting public education reform and building support for the city’s public schools. Now under the leadership of Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott, The Fund is the primary vehicle for advancing these efforts. The Fund has secured unprecedented investment from private business, individuals, and foundations, raising more than $350 million for system-wide reforms, student scholarships, and school-level grants to enhance arts education and literacy initiatives. With a mission-driven staff, a dedicated Board of Directors, and a strong working relationship with the New York City Department of Education, The Fund for Public Schools is well positioned to facilitate major private support for the public schools of New York City

TO PROVIDE CARE AND SERVICE TO THE ELDERLY OF THE TIMES SQUARE/MIDTOWN/CLINTON/CHELSEA COMMUNITIES, AND TO ANY ELDERLY PERSON WHO COMES TO US; TO ASSIST THOSE WHO ARE VULNERABLE AND FRAIL, POOR AND HOMELESS, HOMEBOUND AND LONELY, FREQUENTLY DESPERATE, MOST OFTEN IGNORED; TO HELP THEM WITH THEIR DAILY NEEDS THAT THEY MIGHT LIVE AS INDEPENDENTLY AS POSSIBLE, WITH DIGNITY AND DECENCY, IN A NON-INSTITUTIONAL MANNER, IN A SAFE AND CARING ENVIRONMENT.

Key Stats and Financials As of 2018
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$26.9M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
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CUCS' MISSION IS TO END HOMELESSNESS FOR AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE AND TO PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES TO BE PRODUCTIVE MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY.

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