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Neighbors Helping Neighbors:  
Plea for help!


GPBA is long-time supporter of Project  LIFT for homeless/at-risk children living in city shelters.

It's founder Diana Byer is making a plea to our neighbors for the following:

  1. Donations for college scholarship for Project LIFT graduate.  She has over $10,000 in scholarships, but is desperately trying to raise another $12,000 to pay for her first year at university this fall. 
     

    According to Byer, "This young woman is a straight A student and has been in LIFT since she was 5 years old. She is an incredibly smart, compassionate and generous leader at the school and is one of the hardest workers I have taught in my 39 years of teaching."
     
    Donations 100% tax-deductible:
    Checks payable to Gramercy Park Block Association with "Neighbors Helping Neighbors" in memo. Mail/Drop off: Arlene Harrison, 34 Gramercy Park East, NY, NY 10003
     
     
  2. Clothing for 12 year old boy and girl.Approximate sizes: girl is adult small, boy is boy's size 12
     
    "Two other LIFT children (siblings, both aged 12) recently left Seneca House Shelter and are attending our summer camp program. I provide lunch for them each day, but the brother and sister each have only one outfit to wear."
     
    Drop off:
     
    34 Gramercy Park East doorman, Attn: Arlene Harrison. Please include your name.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors:

We recently sponsored tickets to Metropolitan Opera House for children in NYTB's Project LIFT.

NYPD Partnership:

GPBA Remembers Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo & Det. Steven McDonald

Remarks by Arlene Harrison at National Arts Club, June 8, 2017



NYPD Partnership:

Our dear friend "Miracle on the Hudson" Emergency Service Truck #1 Det. James Coll running for seat in 15th Legislative District in Nassau County
 

Gramercy Park History:

August 2000 GPBA worked with Health Dept. to set up West Nile Virus Surveillance Program in the Park 

Gramercy Park History:


Gramercy Park Archives

Columbia University Libraries Web Resources Collection Program selected GPBA's website for inclusion in its Avery Library Historic Preservation and Urban Planning web archive "to ensure its continuing availability to researchers"


In the Neighborhood:

Congrats to my Nephew Keith Schwebel for the Arlo winning the following AHEAD America awards: Guest Rooms,  New Concept of the Year
The Heights at the Arlo NoMad listed in Zagat's "9 New Rooftops and Outdoor Spaces for Summer in NYC"


Gramercy Park Real Estate:

At 65 Irving Place (18th St), a gut-renovated mystery mansion wants $28.5M




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