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    Members of the PrepNOW! community - foster parents, success mentors, NYC Child-Placing Agencies, foundations, NYC Administration for Children’s Services and other stakeholders - convened at Fedcap headquarters on December 15th to honor a remarkable group of foster parents who have completed the PrepNOW! curriculum.

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    Christine McMahon, Fedcap President and CEO; Stephanie Seraphin, Fedcap Director of Child Welfare National Platform, and Julie Farber, Deputy Commissioner Family Permanency Services ACS at the Celebration of the PrepNOW! Community.

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    Fedcap’s 2016 Celebration of Work Gala was one of the most powerful events in the long history of our agency.

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    The theme of our 2016 Celebration of Work Gala was the Power of Stories – stories about perseverance and triumph in the face of gut wrenching hardship.

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    Larry Ach, Fedcap Board member, addresses Celebration of Work Gala attendees.

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    Fedcap Board Chair Mark O'Donoghue with U.S. Representative Yvette D. Clarke, 9th Congressional District, New York, at Fedcap's 2016 Celebration of Work Gala

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    Fedcap Board Member Ken Raisler introduces Niki Semnack, who shared her remarkable story of addiction, homelessness, perseverance and recovery with Gala attendees. Ken is wearing Niki's seven-year-old son Demani's hat!

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    Steve Hickman shares his powerful story of perseverance with Gala attendees. Steve served 19 years in prison for selling drugs. Bolstered by the love and support of his family Steve knew that if given another chance, he would never go back to prison. Now a proud homeowner who is saving to send his grandchildren to college, Steve recently began a new job with a New York City agency.

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    Easterseals New York and Fedcap board, staff and leadership participate in 2016 NYC Veterans Day Parade

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    On November 11 Fedcap held its 12th Solution Series – Leading as Women: How Women Are Increasing Productivity and Changing Business.

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    Third Annual Fedcap Golf Tournament - Changing the Lives of Youth in Foster Care

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    Safe Harbor Recovery Center Grand Opening

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    Fedcap 2016 Graduation - “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.”

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    Chastity Salas, Fedcap 2016 Graduation Student Speaker

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    Shay Bilchik - 2016 Amalia Betanzos Distinguished Service Award Winner

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    Over 60 staff and friends of Easter Seals New York and Fedcap attended NYC 2016 Disability Pride Parade. Pictured is Fedcap COO Joe Giannetto with Jessica de La Rosa, Ms. Wheelchair NY 2016.

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    27th Annual Easterseals New York Hudson Valley Golf Classic- Our Amazing Easterseals Kids

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    Fedcap Veteran Services - Helping Our Returning Veterans Gain the Skills They Need for Sustainable Employment in the Civilian Workforce

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    Easterseals New York Walk With Me 2016 - Raising awareness and support for families living with disabilities.

 

 

Fedcap 2016 Year in Review

A nonprofit founded in 1935, Fedcap develops innovative, creative and sustainable solutions that help people surmount barriers, work toward economic independence, and effect change in their families and communities.

Fedcap’s Breaking the Cycle program was officially launched in the State of Maine on January 30th, with the opening of four Opportunity Centers. The program was established after Fedcap was selected by Maine officials to provide statewide services under their Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program.


Fedcap has officially combined with Single Stop USA, a nationwide agency that provides coordinated access to resources for education and job readiness. 

Fedcap, a not-for-profit organization that develops relevant, sustainable solutions for people to overcome barriers  to economic well-being through four practice areas: Economic Development, Workforce Development, Educational Services, and Occupational Health, today reported its operating and financial results for its 2016 fiscal year ended September 30, 2016.

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