and Miscellaneous Events
is National Mentoring Month.
Bronx Mentors needed! A few hours a
month can make a huge difference in a
child's life. For more information please
your Local Bronx Community Board:
Membership and the Appointment Process.
Community Boards are local representative
bodies. There are 59 Community Boards
throughout the city, with 12 located in The
Bronx. Each Board consists of up to 50
unsalaried members, appointed by the Borough
President, with half nominated by the City
Council Members who represent the community
district. Board members are selected by the
Borough President from among active and
involved people in each community, with an
effort made to assure that every
neighborhood is represented. Board members
must reside, work or have some other
significant interest in the community. Full
Day April 15 always comes
sooner than we
are ever prepared.
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Community Housing Corp. Bronx can
help with Health
Plus and Medicaid applications
for more information
Volunteer for Food Pantry:
Part of the Solution (POTS) seeks
volunteers to help feed the hungry
year-round. Anyone interested can call
(718) 220-4892 or email
Resources: If you have rent
arrear problems or are facing eviction,
please read this information and call the
sources, There may
be financial HELP available to you.
Benefits Counseling? The
Mayor's Office of Veterans Affairs (MOVA)
now offers VA benefits counseling at The
Veterans Service Office. Call Mary
Mclaughlin at 718-482-5993 to an schedule
For Days, Hours and Room location see the
The NEW BxCulturalCard.
Start enjoying special offers and
discounts at Bronx cultural institutions
and businesses. The Card is great for Bronx
residents, students and visitors. List of
The Riverdale-Yonkers Society for
Ethical Culture is
food donations to benefit the
Kingsbridge-Riverdale-Marble Hill Food
and Hunger Project, Inc.
drive is ongoing.
Please leave food donations at
the Society, 4450 Fieldston Road,
Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m., and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 12
p.m. No perishable foods accepted.
For more information, call (718)
Opportunities. New York Cares,
the city’s leading volunteer organization,
residents to get involved in
their community. Volunteers must attend a
one-time orientation. There are over 1,200
projects to choose from citywide each month.
To view the list of upcoming project
. To register for an orientation in your
area, call (212) 228-5000.
Homeless Pets Go On-Line:
The Bronx Cat Coalition has started listing
homeless Bronx cats on
www.Petfinder.com , an
Internet site that finds new homes for lost or unwanted pets. The
Coalition’s cats can be viewed at
Contact the Bronx Cat Coalition
on (718) 671-1695 if you are interested in adopting.
Bronx Pet Adoption:
The Bronx branch of the Poor Animals of St.
Francis now lists local homeless pets on their Web site,
www.petfinder.com/shelters/NY587.html For more
information, call (718) 822-6044 or e-mail
Recycling Web Site:
The Bronx chapter of FreeCycle.org
offers an online bulletin board to donate items to other borough
residents. Participants may post items they want to donate or items they
seek. To join, go to
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