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As a membership organization of 37 settlement houses and community centers in New York City, UNH promotes and strengthens the neighborhood-based, multi-service approach to improving the lives of New Yorkers in need. Our network of non-profit organizations serves over 500,000 residents each year, and we support this work through policy development, advocacy, and capacity-building programs and activities.
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The end of the year is a time many people go on vacation, see family, and celebrate the holidays. It’s frequently w ...
Tuesday, January 03, 2017Continuing our Committment to Immigrants and Refugees
This year, C4C played a major role in advocating for Mayor de Blasio’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten plan and continues to fight for salary parity among early childhood educators.Learn more
In 2014, advocacy by the Campaign for Summer Jobs successfully led to Mayor de Blasio including $17.5 million to create 10,000 more jobs for teens.Learn more
Released October 2016, this report is a new vision to reform and strengthen early childhood education in New York City. The recommendations are based on the first-hand experience of our 37 member settlement houses.Download Now