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Beit Apple Children’s and Youth Village offers a new chance at life for children who suffer from tragic circumstances: neglect, abuse (physical /emotional) and being orphaned. Currently, the village supports the upbringing and development of 200 children ages 3 to 18. For most of the kids, Beit Apple is all they have in this world. It’s a place they call home. It’s an environment that provides critical nurturing for development, access to education and therapy to overcome the challenges these youth are facing

GE’s Crotonville Executive Learning Class, EDC, is proud to be partnering with The Israel America Foundation and Beit Apple to help support their mission. Located in Gan Yavne, Isreal, Beit Apple is one of 3 Mishan Villages supported by the foundation. Founded in 1954, their mission and services provide continued support to at risk children when parents are unable to raise them.
 

Donation Levels/Impact for The Israel America Foundation & Beit Apple Village:

 
  • $You Decide – Personalize your donation to meet the needs of the village and your own give level!
 




 
New York Cares is New York City’s largest volunteer management organization. New York Cares runs vital programs for 1,300 nonprofits, public schools, and city agencies to help people in need throughout the five boroughs, and does so at no cost to the recipient organizations. Since 1987, New York Cares has made it easy for all New Yorkers to work together to strengthen the city.

GE Crotonville’s MDC 2016 courses are partnering with NY Cares to help further their mission to support the education of youth and teens in NYC through hands on service days and fundraising.
 

Donation Levels/Impact for New York Cares:

 
  • $25 buys books that volunteers will read as bedtime stories to children at local transitional shelters.

  • $50 keeps 15 New Yorkers warm through the winter with donated coats from the annual New York Cares Coat Drive.

  • $75 equips schools with sports equipment that volunteers use to engage students in physical fitness activities.

  • $100 provides supplies for photography programs in which volunteers encourage creativity and self-expression among at-risk youth.

  • $150 funds toiletry kits for senior citizens that volunteers distribute to impart dignity and promote self-sufficiency.

  • $200 transforms a community garden with raised garden beds built by volunteers.

  • $500 prepares five high school students with personalized instruction and training in SAT skills.
 





 

Go to See The Impact for more details.