You can have a positive and immediate impact on the life of a child in need.
Twenty percent of New York State’s children (855,305 children) live in poor families defined as income below 100% of the federal poverty level1.
Children in low income families and families living in poverty face increased challenges to their cognitive development and their ability learn, have difficulty accessing health care services and often suffer from increased behavioral, social and emotional problems.
With your generous support, ABCD will ensure that all eligible children:
Donations may also be sent to:
847 Union Street
Schenectady, NY 12308
For additional information about giving opportunities, please contact Susan Dingee at 845 229-6101 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABCD is a single purpose 501 (c)3 Corporation. All donations and contributions are tax deductible and will be formally acknowledged.
1 New York Demographics of Poor Children. The National Center for Children in Poverty Mailman School of Public Health Columbia University.
19 Jan. 2011. http://nccp.org/profiles/NY_profile_7.html. Retrieved 05 Oct. 2011.