Knock, Knock: Saratoga’s Afterschool Hosts A Book Reading

Saratoga Family Residence held a book reading to celebrate the release of an illustrated children’s book which was informed by several families living in the HFH shelter and includes a poem from a teenage resident about her experiences with homelessness.  The book Knock Knock, Where’s My Sock? by Adina Lichtman, founder of the organization Knock Knock, Give A Sock,

2021-12-03T15:54:03-05:00December 3rd, 2021|

Best Way to Recruit for the Culinary Employment Training Program? Chef Evan’s Pumpkin Pie Recipe, of course!

Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education and Employment kicked off the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend with a food giveaway. The Culinary team prepared a delicious six-part meal for families to enjoy. The menu included cornbread, baked macaroni and cheese, collard greens, half of a chicken, homemade gravy, and a pumpkin

2021-12-03T15:39:51-05:00December 3rd, 2021|

Take a Sneak Peek at the Garden at Allie’s Place

From teaching students to propagate mint to harvesting arugula and green onions to be distributed among residents at Allie’s Place Family Residence, Jasmin Jimenez, the Gardener at Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education & Employment, stays quite busy in the Garden at Allie's

2021-11-19T15:57:18-05:00November 16th, 2021|

Alma Makes Her Way to HFH’s Bronx Afterschool & Recreation Programs

Fred Rogers Productions and PBS KIDS, in collaboration with local affiliate THIRTEEN, hosted an exclusive premiere screening of the new animated series, Alma's Way, for the students at HFH's Bronx family residences. The show features Alma, a cheerful, young Puerto Rican girl from the Bronx who uses critical thinking skills to solve everyday problems alongside her friends

2021-11-05T09:36:20-05:00November 5th, 2021|

Summer 2021 Snapshot: New Parents at HFH Family Shelters

This Summer 2021 Snapshot provides information collected from new parents in HFH’s four family residences. Over one in three clients at HFH family shelters are “new parents,” meaning they are pregnant or have a child who is under the age of two. This snapshot examines demographics, previous living accommodations, access to healthcare, and other data

2021-10-07T14:37:06-05:00October 7th, 2021|

Bronx Sites Go Back to School with Old Navy

Students at the HFH family residences in the Bronx geared up for the new school year with the help of Old Navy, which has been teaming up with HFH since 2017. Seven local stores throughout the Bronx and Westchester provided a generous donation of backpacks and other essentials including notebooks, rulers, pencil cases, hand

2021-09-23T11:05:44-05:00September 23rd, 2021|

Allie’s Gators Meet New Animals

Allie’s Place Afterschool & Recreation received a visit from a few special guests to help celebrate the end of Summer Day Camp. Students learned about the cute creatures The Nature Company brought to the classroom. A bunny rabbit, box turtle, two hermit crabs, and a corn snake were all in attendance.

2021-08-30T09:52:06-05:00August 30th, 2021|

Summer Olympics: Saratoga Afterschool Edition

The Tokyo Olympic Games may be over, but Saratoga Afterschool is just getting started with their very own Olympics. Held in mid-August as part of their summer day camp, the students were split into two teams—green and red—with captains appointed on each team to lead, encourage team spirit, and guide their younger teammates.

2021-08-25T08:03:56-05:00August 24th, 2021|
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