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August 2021 Notes from NMIC

Dear Friend: In this newsletter: NMIC’s collaboration with organizers of the 21st annual Brides’ March bringing forth advocacy efforts against domestic violence.  Since last October we have distributed over $20,000 worth of pet food to our four-legged friends.  Meet Ernesto, our community member.  Learn how you can get involved! NMIC Joins

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We are Finalists in Inaugural NYC Imagine Awards

We are honored to announce our nomination for the Innovation Award category of The Inaugural NYC Imagine Awards. “It means that the Organization has been identified as a leader in the NYC metro area, exhibiting impactful and innovative operations,” said Ken Cerini, Founder of the Long Island and NYC Imagine

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NMIC Named as Finalist in Inaugural NYC Imagine Awards

Media Contact Hillary NeedleHillary Needle Events Inc.516-993-4056 | Rosanna Montilla-PayanoDirector of Development, NMIC212-822-8328 | FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: NMIC NAMED AS FINALIST IN INAUGURAL NYC IMAGINE AWARDSNYC Imagine Awards Winners to Be Announced on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at The Edison Ballroom New York, NY –August 31 2021– NMIC was named a Finalist

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July’s Notes from NMIC

Before continuing to read, we invite you to close your eyes and take one (or three) deep, intentional, grounding breaths. July is BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Mental Health Month. Mental health stressors affect us all and BIPOC have to also deal with racism, anti-immigration sentiment, xenophobia, and societal

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The Moment is Now!

Dear Friends, Thank you for joining nearly 200 attendees at The Moment is Now: A Virtual Benefit for NMIC. We hope that you enjoyed the event and have gained a better understanding of the strength of our community over the last year. If you missed the live event or want to

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January’s Notes from NMIC 2021

Hey there, According to the 2018 NYC Volunteers Count report an estimated 600,000 people volunteered their time to uplift a fellow New Yorker. Of those, 65% chose to directly impact their neighborhoods by volunteering for a local community-based organization.  Every day, we witness the power of volunteers who have identified

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