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NYAGV Ed Fund to Expand School-Based Education Program With New Grant

NYAGV Ed Fund to Expand School-Based Education Program With New Grant

The New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Education Fund will be expanding its ReACTION Youth Program–an innovative school-based gun violence prevention program–thanks to a grant from The New York Community Trust and funding from the New York City Council and New York State Senate. With the two-year $160,000 grant, NYAGV expects... Read More
Thanks for your support!

Thanks for your support!

Thank you for supporting our Annual Benefit & Silent Auction held October 9 in New York City! Your generous support will benefit NYAGV Education Fund youth and community programs to reduce gun violence, and will help us nurture the next generation of gun-violence-prevention leaders! Thanks to our honorees: ReACTION student leaders Paola... Read More
2018 Annual Benefit: Supporting Youth GVP Leaders

2018 Annual Benefit: Supporting Youth GVP Leaders

Reserve your tickets and sponsorship today and help support the next generation of gun-violence-prevention leaders! Read More
Albany Field Trip Gives ReACTION Students a Look at State Government

Albany Field Trip Gives ReACTION Students a Look at State Government

Thanks to our supporters who sponsored our ReACTION Youth Education Program students for the  2018 Albany Day field trip! Students from across New York State– including communities from all five boroughs of New York City, Long Island, Westchester, the Hudson Valley, Saratoga Springs, Albany, and Buffalo–got the unique experience of seeing state... Read More
Youth Ed Students March For Their Lives in D.C.

Youth Ed Students March For Their Lives in D.C.

Our ReACTION Youth Program students were thrilled to be part of the historic DC March For Our Lives! Thanks to your support, NYAGV was able to bring two buses of young people to the March 24 event. They landed a great spot to hear all the speeches–and they’re excited and empowered to... Read More