This article by Ade Adeniji was originally published on Inside Philanthropy Daniel Neiditch is president of River 2 River Realty, a New York-based agency that has been responsible for over $1 billion in acquisitions over the past decade. Boston University graduate Neiditch is also president of Midtown Manhattan’s Atelier Condo, which offers a penthouse that [...]
New York City is famous the world over for its glitz and glamour, featured in all sorts of popular entertainment from movies to television shows. Yet not all that glitters is gold. Life in paradise is much harder than one may think. In fact, many New Yorkers are one paycheck away from homelessness, forced into a monthly catch-22--a cycle causing of perpetual anxiety.
NYC Public School kids return to their classrooms on September 8. Generally, back to school time is filled with both sadness of summer coming to an end, and excitement regarding the start of a new chapter and connecting with friends. Yet for some of New York’s most vulnerable groups, those living with extreme poverty, returning [...]
As my previous blog post explains, homelessness is a significant problem in New York City. With over 60,000 homeless people in New York City, something clearly needs to be done about this issue. Luckily there are many non-profit organizations that specifically aim to help the homeless population in the city. The work that they do [...]
There are hundreds of philanthropic organizations in New York City. Anyone hoping to help out a charity might not know which organization makes the most or best impact. This list highlights six outstanding charities who work specifically with children. All of them have multiple ways that you can get involved, whether it be on a [...]