PARTNERING WITH FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES TO GIVE CHILDREN THE FOUNDATION FOR A SUCCESSFUL LIFE

WHO WE ARE

For over 200 years Graham Windham has been a leading innovator in providing support for children and families in New York City.

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WHAT WE DO

Graham provides a full range of programs so that children and their families are empowered to succeed. Graham’s services include after-school programs, mental and behavioral health services, education, career coaching, internship programs, and a range of parenting supports; when necessary, Graham provides foster care and adoption services.

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OUR IMPACT

Since its founding in 1806, Graham has been developing and implementing innovative solutions in child welfare and family support that deliver superior results. Graham uses data and input from our children, families, and staff to continually create new services and practices. Due to their extraordinary success, many of these have been adopted citywide and nationally.

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YOUR SUPPORT HELPS US PROVIDE EACH CHILD WE SERVE WITH THE TOOLS THEY NEED TO THRIVE IN SCHOOL AND ADULTHOOD

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Open your heart and your home — care for a child or teen in your community.

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Donate your time and talent and make a difference in the lives of children and families.

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JOIN OUR TEAM

Make a lasting difference in the lives of children and families.

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216 YEARS AGO

Eliza Hamilton founded Graham Windham to help children like her husband Alexander Hamilton, who had a tough start in life. Today, Graham Windham is still helping children get their shot.

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Marlon Davis, a community member at the Hunts Point Family Enrichment Center writes about a new community offering, Family Laundry Night. This gives "a chance to come together and show support for our community...free wash day that was the best thing I ever saw in Hunts Point."

We agree with CM @EBottcher that NYC youth need better access to resources for mental health crises. Our data shows death by suicide is a major concern for youth across NY State: it is the 2nd leading cause of death for adolescents 15-19 & 4th leading cause for children 5-14.

"Without immediate action, the city’s child care plan will not only be left unrealized but more importantly, the early care and education sector, its work force and the children and families that depend upon it will be irreparably harmed..."
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/22/nyregion/prekindergarten-adams-nyc-3k.html?smid=tw-share

NYC owes children's education programs millions in city reimbursements: https://nypost.com/2022/09/25/nyc-owes-child-care-providers-millions-in-reimbursements/?utm_source=twitter_sitebuttons&utm_medium=site%20buttons&utm_campaign=site%20buttons via @nypmetro

Without immediate action, the City’s child care plan will be left unrealized & the childcare workforce, irreparably harmed. #childcare #nyc

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