Where We Stand

A Day of Service (and Joy)

March 24th, 2014 by

Last year, hundreds of us from across Graham Windham — Staff, the Bengals (our inspiring youth leaders), Foster Parents and our Board – met at Richman (Echo) Park in the Mt. Hope neighborhood in the Bronx, a couple of blocks from our neighborhood office.  Others fanned out in Brooklyn and Harlem to recruit strong foster parents.  At Echo Park [...]

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Happy 207th Birthday, Graham Windham!

March 15th, 2013 by

It’s Graham Windham’s 207th birthday! We’ve come a long way since our founding on March 15, 1806, and we couldn’t have done it without friends like you. Since the beginning, our work has been driven by members of the community who have been committed to ensuring that every child we serve has a safe home, [...]

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Giving Thanks

November 21st, 2012 by

With the holiday of gratitude approaching during a difficult time for so many, I have been thinking gratefully about those who sacrifice for others, giving so generously the gifts of safety, security and opportunity.  I think about: Parents working hard to stop a generational cycle of abuse or neglect so that their children can know [...]

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Giving a Voice to Children and Families

July 4th, 2012 by

I’d like to take the opportunity of our Independence Day to update you on how we are using the right we are given in this country to voice our opinions, and to give a voice to those struggling to be heard. For the past few months our staff and supporters joined other social service agencies [...]

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Welcome to Our New Site!

May 8th, 2012 by

Welcome to Graham Windham’s redesigned, rejuvenated and retooled website.  We thought it important to put a fresh public face on our resurgent agency.  We wouldn’t want our accomplishments, particularly of late, to get lost in the blur of all the activity.  Better to freeze frame some of our best stuff on our new website to [...]

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