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July 2022


Working Her Way to the Top

At first, Jessica Leon wasn't interested in our job readiness program; what she really wanted was the free subway pass that came with it. But once she started attending, she says, "The Isaacs Center believed in me"—and that helped her begin to build a new future. Find out what she's doing now!  

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Let There Be Light:

New Windows on the Way 

Thanks to the support of City Councilmember Julie Menin, with an assist from Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, the Isaacs Center is planning to replace its aging windows, some of which don't work. The new windows should also enable the use of screens so the Older Adult Center can open up and let breezes in during the spring and fall. 

"We're grateful to Councilmember Menin for appropriating money from her discretionary budget for this project. Like us, she believes in the Isaacs Center as a beacon of possibility for the community. She is a champion for that work and has made significant moves to help us refurbish the Center for our members," said Isaacs Center President Roderick L. Jones.

Together, We Build a Stronger Community

While a lot has changed in the last two years, the Isaacs Center’s commitment to our neighbors has not. Please consider making a donation today to provide meals, workshops, classes, community and more!

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Ending Homelessness: Goddard Outreach Specialists in the NY Daily News

Two members of the Downtown Goddard homeless outreach program teamed up with Goddard Riverside and Isaacs Center head Roderick L. Jones for this piece on a key step toward ending homelessness.

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The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center (Isaacs Center) is a non-profit, multi-service organization located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan focused on the needs of children and low-income families, out-of-school and out-of-work youth, and aging New Yorkers, including our isolated and homebound elderly neighbors.
PARTNERSHIP WITH GODDARD RIVERSIDE: In May 2021, the Isaacs Center entered into a strategic partnership with Goddard Riverside with the purpose of enhancing the services that both organizations provide to New Yorkers. Read about it here.
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