The New York Foundling
Founded as a home for abandoned children, The New York Foundling has been saving children, preserving families and building communities since 1869. The agency helps children, youth and adults in need through advocacy and through preventive and in-care services that help each individual reach his or her potential. In the tradition of openness and compassion of its sponsors, the Sisters of Charity, the agency touches the lives of more than 30,000 people each year as it upholds its guiding principle: Abandon No One.
Mission: The New York Foundling, in the tradition of openness and compassion of its sponsors, the Sisters of Charity, helps children, youth, adults, and families in need through services, supports, and advocacy that strengthen family and community and help each individual reach their full potential.
Core program areas: Behavioral Health, Child Welfare, Developmental Disabilities, Education, Juvenile & Criminal Justice.
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