Give Support to Palladia
"Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them to become what they are capable of being." -- Goethe
Corporations contribute to the health of the New York City neighborhoods in many ways - by offering the skills and knowledge of their employees, by helping to maintain and renew Palladia's facilities, or by sponsoring essential technology training and upgrades at Palladia programs. Corporations can also provide job opportunities to New Yorkers in need. In partnering with Palladia, corporations can help Palladia bring about a stronger, healthier community.
If your company is interested in providing corporate sponsorship of any kind, please fill out a Corporate Sponsorship Form and send it via post to 2006 Madison Avenue, New York NY, 10035 or via email.
You can give a job opportunity to Palladia clients who are in recovery and striving to improve their lives. Give a boost to their chances for success and the strength and integrity of our community. When individuals earn their way in society, their self-esteem, respect and ability to succeed in life increases exponentially. New Yorkers in need come to Palladia for healing, support and, ultimately, for the opportunity to take charge of their own lives. Moving forward is the most rewarding when it is done with the support of the community. Recovery is ensured when people begin to establish their own vocation and can provide for themselves.
If you have a job opportunity to give to a Palladia client, call us at (212) 979-8800 or email us.
Palladia’s programs and sites always need materials and financial support. By getting together a group of friends or rallying your local community you can put on a benefit event for Palladia: throw a pot-luck fundraiser, have a toy collection party, have a school-supplies drive, donate the proceeds of your lemonade stand or just help us let people know we're here.
New Jersey Book Drive Benefits Fox Point Library This fall, Robyn O'Donnell decided to do some community service with her 10-year-old daughter Erin. For advice on volunteer work, she turned to her aunt Diane Bonavota, the Development Director for Palladia. Bonavota immediately thought of a book drive for Fox Point, the agency's new supportive housing in the Bronx. Formerly homeless families had moved in during the summer, and the building's brand new library was still half empty. Read More...
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