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Donated backpacks set 220 kids up for school success

220 children living in five Lantern buildings started the new school year with new backpacks and essential school supplies, thanks to the generous support of the Laura B. Vogler Foundation and Coalition for the Homeless’ Project: Back to School. For families struggling on extremely low incomes, finding the money for all the supplies their kids … Continue reading Donated backpacks set 220 kids up for school success

SHARE THE JOY OF THE HOLIDAYS

SHARE THE JOY OF THE HOLIDAYS Give a Gift  Lantern Community Services champions the independence and well-being of New Yorkers who are impacted by or threatened with homelessness. The families we serve struggle on very low incomes, and many of our youth don’t have families to turn to at all. With your help, we’ll make sure that … Continue reading SHARE THE JOY OF THE HOLIDAYS

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Lantern Young Adults honored at the Network’s Spring Celebration

In honor of young adults living in supportive housing, The Supportive Housing Network of New York hosted a Spring Youth Celebration, for providers and residents, at the Prince George Ballroom this May. Roderick, a resident of Lantern’s Schafer Hall, was one of three of Lantern’s young adult honorees selected to receive an award and give … Continue reading Lantern Young Adults honored at the Network’s Spring Celebration

Lantern’s health team attends Bronx Trans Collective opening

Staff from Lantern’s Health & Wellness team attended the opening of the Bronx Trans Collective last Friday. The small starter space, a basement that has been donated for one year, is the first of its kind in the borough. It will be open five days a week, and six LGBT organizations will offer services there. … Continue reading Lantern’s health team attends Bronx Trans Collective opening