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                                     *To All Bronx Community Organizations: Please email your upcoming events to info@bronxmall.com

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             According to the Animal Care Center of NYC, "New York pets are a special breed. Like us, they're a mix in the melting pot, both in their personalities and their backgrounds."  Mobile adoption events occur in every borough...so, if you're thinking about adopting a "boroughbred," Click here...
 

Please note:  Nothing is more important now than keeping our neighbors and communities safe. For updated information about the spreading coronavirus, please see Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.'s  updated page here...

The events posted on The Bronx Mall calendar pages have been planned in advance and may be cancelled or rescheduled due to this recent outbreak.  It is suggested that you confirm with the venues before attending. In the interim, see known cancellations as we know them as of July 2nd below.

Thank you to Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen, #ChefsForAmerica, Revolution Foods, FREE FOOD FOR THOSE IN NEED IN THE BRONX here...

Please visit Bronx Mall home page  for more updated information as we receive it...

 

 

If you're spending a lot more time at home than usual these days, why not help out Best Friends New York and foster a pet?  As fewer people are coming in to adopt a pet, please consider fostering a dog or cat with the love and care they need. Read more...

As NYC's only open-admissions animal welfare organization, Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC)
—a nonprofit—takes in more than 35,000 animals each year. The Community Dogs Program works within Bronx neighborhoods to identify dog owners in need and assist them in keeping their dogs with free vaccinations, a pet food bank, free dog training seminars, and spay/neuter referrals. Read more...

Comminity Testing Sites in the Bronx...Walk-Ins available: For more information, call 1-844-NYC-4NYC or 311..
 
  -Belvis, 545 East 142nd Street, Bronx 10454, from Monday-Friday 9 AM - 3 PM
    -Morrisania, 122 Gerard Avenue, Bronx 10452, from Monday -Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM and Saturday,
9 AM - 3 PM.

Southern Boulevard Clean Up Day. on Saturday July 18th at 9 AM. Join the BID and community volunteers for a cleanup. Flyer here..

Boogie Down UP Survey: Now that Phase 2 of reopening has begun, we may be on our way to a daily routine. As we are looking to help our Bronx-based cultural institutions and attractions make the transition smoother and safer for audiences, they would like to know what you are feeling about attending some of their upcoming events. Take the anonymous Boogie Down UP Survey here...

Summer Supper Series: Cooking with the Citymeals Family  on July 9th. Using Zoom, attendees will create the perfect dish or cocktail alongside Alessandro Ercolano and Chef Silvana Vivoli who will pair fun Limoncello cocktails with another Italian delicacy - sorbet - for an indulgent evening. An email with the Zoom link and ingredient list will be sent to participants prior to the event.  Order tickets here...

BRAC is pleased to present five Visual Art, two
Digital Media classes and the signature TPS+2.0 (teens plus young adults) Project Studio this Summer Semester.
  All classes will be held between July 6th through August 13th.  See full information including exact course descriptions, dates and times, and register here...

A Bronx 48 Hour Film Challenge
continues this year, with a twist: all short films must be made inside, all films must be between 3 and 7 minutes
long, the films must be filmed, edited, exported and delivered in 48 hours. The challenge begins on
July 19th.
 Read more...

Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center provides Coronavirus NYC Neighborhood Food Resources Guides as a partnersip with Share Meals, Hunger Free America, BetaNYC and Plentiful to compile the most current and accurate data. Find these resource guides here...

National Council of Nonprofits describes Loans
available for Nonprofits in the CARES act
here...

NYC cuts 75,000 city-funded summer jobs for youth amid coronavirus pandemic. The Summer Youth Employment Program, which offers city-funded summer jobs to 75,000 youth, will not run this year amid coronavirus uncertainties. The program,which cost the city $150 million last year, has operated every summer since 1963.  Read more..
    - Daily News by Michael Elsen-Rooney April 7, 2020


NYC Housing Lottery with NYC Housing Connect. Find and apply for affordable housing. here...

La Central is a brand new rental community in the heart of the South Bronx consisting of 496 affordable units. Containing rooftop community gardens, a 50,000 square foot state-of-the-art YMCA, and green building systems, La Central is a new standard for living well. You could qualify for an affordable apartment at La Central if you make between $15,738 and $206,960 a year. Read more...

To All Bronx Community Organizations:
Please email your upcoming events to info@bronxmall.com

If you are eligible, Healthcare Trainings are Free at Hostos in the Bronx. Read Covid-19 Update here...

Visit NYRR Striders at Home to keep physically and mentally strong, especially in the wake of
COVID-19.
Find some workouts for adults of all ages to keep active here...

There's always something to do for kids, adults and families at Poe Park. Calendar here... NOTE: All  events have been cancelled until further notice. Important Service Changes here...

NYC Parks At Home: You can enjoy NYC parks from home. While you're socially distancing and/or staying home, join us in the parks - online - for live park tours, meditation, fitness, art classes, fun activities for kids, and more. What’s Happening By Date and more resources here.

You can now request an electronics pick up for your old electronic equipment. Information on what the Dept. of Sanitation will accept and how to make an appointment for the pickup, Flyer here...


 

 

 

 

 


 
You served us! The Bronx and all of
NYC serves you with free classes, coaching and more!

 


During the COVID-19 emergency, in-person events have been cancelled until July 2020. 

If you are in crisis, please call the Veteran Crisis Line
at 1-800-273-8255.
Resources for Veterans & Families During COVID-19 Emergency here...

James J. Peters VA Medical Hospital has immediate job openings for Nurse Practitioners, RNs, LPNs, and Nurse Aides!  Details here...

Military Officers Association of America offers virtual LinkedIn for Networking on July 8th, from 2 - 3 PM.  Join two MOAA career transition specialists for an hour of insights and
information who will share Linkedin best practices and answer
your questions.  Register here...

American Corporate Partners Mentorship Opportunities offers a program to assist veterans with career development, networking, and general mentorship. It takes just one hour a month with a hand-picked mentor that is supported by ACP staff along the way. Veterans are paired with a mentor for one year, 12 sessions in total. Details here...

Attention Veterans: Jericho Project Rental Assistance Program. Jericho Project are standing by to assist our nation's veterans with this and any other needs such as employment assistance, benefits acquisition and more. Have you served
in the U.S. Armed Forces and fallen behind on your rent? Call Jericho Project today to see if you qualify for rental assistance. Flyer here...

Rental Assistance is Available for Qualified Veteran Households SSVF programs provide time-limited Rapid Re-Housing and Prevention assistance to eligible veteran families.
If you have fallen behind on your rent payments, services may be available from SSVF programs to help. See Services for the Underserved here...


Veterans Mutual Aid - NYC Metro program is providing
direct financial aid
to veterans and family members in the form
of groceries, utility bill payments, and emergency housing.  Need help?  Fill out our request form
here...

Introducing the Veteran Voices Project:Led by the New York City Department of Veterans’ Services, VVP is an oral history initiative designed to capture and share the stories of New York City veterans, bridge generational gaps, preserve our city’s rich military history, and foster an appreciation for service. More importantly, it gives our veterans a chance to connect with the community and each other at a time when crisis and social distancing can be very challenging to deal with. Project information is Read more...

Pets for Vets Free Adoption: Animal Care Centers of NYC offers a pet adoption promotion called Pets for Vets, which waives the adoption fees for veterans and current members of the military. Locations NYC, Brooklyn, and Staten Island. Details here...

Volunteers of Legal Services (VOLS) Pro-bono Veteran Service: The VOLS Veterans Initiative refers eligible New
York City Veterans
, regardless of discharge status or period of service, age 60+, to lawyers at our partner law firms to obtain wills and advance directives free of charge. Details here.

PBS NOVA Sleep Disorder TV Program about sleep and
sleep disoders, is looking to interview veterans who suffer from sleep issues (can’t fall asleep, wake up often, nightmares).
Veterans who are willing to share their PTSD sleep issues on television are invited to contact the production company.
Read more...

Bronx Neighborhood Housing Services offers a Vet Access to Home Program grant for veterans. Veterans with honorable discharges and a physical disability may qualify for accessibility modifications in their homes or apartments through this program. Veterans may receive a grant of up to $25,000. Read more...

Soldier for Life, A Transition Assstanc Program, is a Free, No-Cost Service to Military, Veterans and Retirees.  NYCServes evaluates your civilian-life goals, and directs you to the Network Providers who can help you reach them. Submit your documents the first time you enter the network, and you will never have to show them again. Read more...

Bronx Vet Center is happy to announce a new Consumer Law Clinic for Veterans hosted at the Bronx Vet Center, 2471 Morris Ave Suite 1A,, Bronx NY 10468, every Wednesday from 3 - 5 PM. This service is free of charge to Veterans. Flyer here..


 

Citi Bike stations scheduled for many south Bronx nabes. As part of the expansion agreement with the Mayor de Blasio Administration, the new cycle of docked bike rentals will be coming to Mott Haven, Melrose, Port Morris, Highbridge, Claremont, Morrisania, Longwood, Concourse and Mount Eden within the next five years. See BronxTimes article here...

 How to Report Police Misconduct: The Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) is here to support you and your constituents. Last week's court decision changed the law on who can file a complaint with the CCRB. If you or a constituent see what you believe to be NYPD misconduct on social media, in the news, or elsewhere, you can file a complaint, and our office will open an investigation. Please contact us at 1-800-341-CCRB or online here

 

 

       

 

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