Cardinal McCloskey Community Services Mission is to protect, empower and promote independence for at-risk children and families and those with developmental disabilities through quality community based services.

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Thank you to the Foundations that Support our Work.

Cardinal McCloskey Community Services is grateful to our corporate foundation and government grantors for their generous support of CMCS programs and projects:

The Strategies for Success Program, an educational advocacy program for youth in foster care, has received grant funding from: Thomas and Agnes Carvel Foundation, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of NY, Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation, Theresa and Edward O’Toole Foundation, People’s United Community Fund, Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation, and  Sterling National Bank Foundation  (JoAnn LoFrisco, Managing Director and First Vice President at Sterling Bank with CEO Beth Finnerty pictured to the right.)

Hayden House, our emergency shelter for abused and neglected children in Westchester was awarded grants from: The McKeen Fund, St. Faith’s House Foundation, TD Charitable Foundation, and United Way of Westchester and Putnam.

The Sunrise Drop-In Center, a safe haven for homeless, runaway and at-risk youth in the South Bronx, was awarded grants from: Fund for Public Health, New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Fund, Inc., New York City Council, and Staples Foundation.

The Youth Aging Out Program, which assists youth in college or vocational programs, was provided a grant from The Conrad N. Hilton Fund for Sisters.

CMCS technology and software needs were assisted through Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of NY and Microsoft

The New York City Poison Control Center awarded CMCS funding to conduct Spanish-language workshops.

General operating grants were awarded to CMCS from the Syd & Jan M. Silverman Foundation and the Wasily Family Foundation.

Thank you again to all our funders for their partnership in supporting our response to the critical unmet needs of the more than 4,000 families we serve.

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