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After School Tutoring program fund raiser dinner sale at Community room @ New Haven Police Dept sub station

August 5, 2017 from 2pm to 6pm
The New Haven Inner City Enrichment (NICE) Center is holding a fundraiser that will benefit our After School tutoring program in the fall. The goal of our program is to empower at risk students to improve their literacy and math skills to the point where they can succeed in school and develop learning skills that will prepare them for high school and post-secondary education.   We are taking pre orders for the dinners. We can be reached at our email thenewhaveninnercitycenter@gmail.com for…See More
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THIRD ANNUAL COAT DRIVE at NEW HAVEN POLICE SUB STATION

December 10, 2016 from 1pm to 4pm
We are collecting New or Slightly used Coats, Hats, Gloves and Socks for our yearly Coat drive. For further information or questions please feel free to contact by email or you may inbox us. We thank you for all the support!!!See More
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"The Field of Greens Community Garden on Arthur St in New Haven needs your help. We need a fence to keep out dogs from the garden site."
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Name of the Organization
The New Haven Inner City Enrichment(NICE) Center
Contact Person
JAMILAH RASHEED
Job Title
DIRECTOR
Contact phone
2034108887
E-mail
thenewhaveninnercitycenter@gmail.com
Interest
Food Assistance, Shelter, Health, Education
Description Interest
FOOD PANTRY; TUTORING SERVICES; WINTER COAT DRIVE

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At 8:41am on August 15, 2012, Lee Cruz said…

Jamilah,

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