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North Albany Academy
The former Public School 20 is the City School District of Albany’s only school serving students in prekindergarten through Grade 8. Renovated in 2004-05 as part of the district’s ongoing facilities project for elementary and middle schools, North Albany Academy enjoys a unique partnership with the adjoining North Albany YMCA, which provides the school’s students access to a pool, gym, track and a branch of the Albany Public Library.
Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York
The Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York (GSNENY) was established in June 2007 from the union of four Girl Scout Councils (Hudson Valley, Mohawk Pathways, Adirondack and North Country) and now serves the 15 counties of: Albany, Clinton, Columbia, Greene, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Montgomery, Hamilton, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren and Washington.
Siena College Office of Enrollment Management
The Office of Enrollment Management houses the Siena College Traliblazers Program. This program is an effort to help end the drop-out crisis in America. The Siena Trailblazers Program is in partnership with North Albany Academy, a K-8 school in the North End of Albany.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Albany
Boys & Girls Clubs build character through everyday leadership and guidance in behavior and attitude. Young people of all nationalities, races, and creeds join together in wholesome recreation and companionship.
Trained professional staff provide positive adult mentors and role models. Nationally recognized programs help young people succeed in school, stay healthy, learn important life skills, pursue interests in the arts and sports, and explore vocational choices.
Most importantly, the Boys & Girls Club shows youngsters that someone cares and wants them to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
Peter G.Young Foundation
Father Young created the Peter G Young Foundation to help the homeless. Often a person, for various reasons, is ineligible to receive medicaid or other public funding, and must fend for themselves.
That's where his foundation can help. Using 100% private donations, Father Young is able to feed and shelter the homeless for whom there is no other help available. Thousands of people have been helped through the years in getting their lives back on track and back into society, becoming law-abiding, productive citizens once more.
Compassion in Action
We provide healthcare resources for the underserved in New York’s Capital Region in an environment that includes the healing power of prayer and the highest quality of conventional medical treatment. Each patient is treated with the dignity and respect that recognizes their value as a unique and special creation.
St. Peter's Hospital
St. Peter's Health Care Services, acting in the Catholic tradition of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, is a community of persons committed to being a transforming, healing presence within the communities they serve.
Academic Sevice Learning, Community Based Research, & Policy Options
Within the Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy, Academic Community Engagement (ACE) promotes, develops, and supports connecting Siena students, faculty, and staff with the greater New York State Capital Region and beyond through academically grounded, sustainable, developmental, multifaceted, community partnerships in the tradition of St. Francis. Placing the creation and acquisition of knowledge in dialogue with the needs of the greater community echoes the life of St. Francis and is an essential part of the unique character of a Siena College education. ACE supports the campus culture of service at Siena and strives to include a diversity of voices in all we do.
Damietta Cross Cultural Center
Damietta Cross-Cultural Center’s mission is to foster campus-wide, cross-cultural competency in the service of a just world. At the heart of the Center’s mission is the acknowledgement that we are all members of the human family regardless of our race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, ability and socio-economic status.
Parsons Child and Family Center
Parsons is the largest multi-services agency in New York's Capital Region dedicated to helping families and their children. The agency provides counseling services, parenting education, child abuse/neglect prevention and treatment, family strengthening programs, early childhood family support, special education, youth development programs, and mental health services.
Founded in 1912 by Episcopalian Pastor Reverend Creighton Storey, Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region is known for its pioneering efforts in social service and health and wellness delivery. Innovations include one of the longest continuously running after-school programs in the city of Albany, the presence of neighborhood establishments in every inner-city Albany neighborhood supporting broad social involvement and community (re)development, primary family support programs aimed at keeping families together, cradle to grave services and total, wrap-around services under one roof.
Capital City Rescue Mission Clinic
Capital City Gospel Mission is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-denominational, charitable organization. The Mission is dedicated to proclaiming the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ to the homeless and needy of the capital region, providing for the whole person-body, mind and spirit - that they will return to society maturing in Christ as productive citizens.