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Posts tagged "NYAGV Education Fund"
Albany Field Trip: An Unforgettable Experience!

Albany Field Trip: An Unforgettable Experience!

Albany Lobby Day 2016 was an unforgettable experience for the nearly 200 ReAction Youth Program students who attended the field trip on May 3. Many of the ReAction students have experienced gun violence first... Read More
Reserve your tickets now for the NYAGV Annual Benefit - Nov. 15, NYC

Reserve your tickets now for the NYAGV Annual Benefit – Nov. 15, NYC

Come out to support NYAGV’s youth and community education programs! Read More
Save the date! NYAGV Annual Benefit - November 15 in NYC

Save the date! NYAGV Annual Benefit – November 15 in NYC

Come out to support NYAGV’s youth and community education programs!  Read More
ReACTION Students Meet the Mayor

ReACTION Students Meet the Mayor

Some of the students in the NYAGV reACTION Youth Program got to meet New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife, Chirlane McCray, at a recent movie screening in Manhattan. The students–all from the Leadership... Read More
What we've accomplished together in 2015.

What we’ve accomplished together in 2015.

Thank you for supporting our work to make New York a safer place. In 2015, with your help, we were able to: Expand our school-based education program, reACTION, to reach over 900 public high... Read More
Thanks for supporting our Annual Benefit!

Thanks for supporting our Annual Benefit!

Thanks to our supporters for making the NYAGV Annual Benefit a success!  Read More
Benefit Honoree Profile: Lewis Black

Benefit Honoree Profile: Lewis Black

Activist, comedian, and playwright Lewis Black will be this year’s recipient of the Allard K. Lowenstein Award for Public Service at the NYAGV Education Fund Annual Benefit on Monday, November 2. At the event, being held at 10 on the... Read More
NYAGV Presents Scholarships to ReAction Students

NYAGV Presents Scholarships to ReAction Students

The NYAGV Education Fund presented its first-ever scholarships to three students who excelled in its ReAction Youth Program.  Held in public high schools in Harlem, Crown Heights, the Bronx and other communities, the Program... Read More