The Legacy Center Community Development Corporation invites you to join us for the 2nd Annual David Tyree Charity Bowl with the New York Giants. Bowl and mingling with your favorite football team. The evening will include hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, refreshments, a silent and live auction and bowling! Your support will allow TLC to continue changing the landscape of our community and legacies for generations
This Christmas we knew we’d have to do something for the children affected by Hurricane Sandy. This would require a lot of planning…What could we do? Where? How many toys would we need and how many volunteers would it take? There were lots of questions to ask but It all seemed to come together really well when our friends from God’s Pit Crew, Spirit
The Legacy Center would not be the success it is without the tireless efforts of our volunteers. TLC’s volunteers leave a legacy that is unmatched. Sign up below to support a long term program or one of our projects. We invite you to join us at one of our quarterly volunteer orientation. Our next volunteer breakfast orientation and celebration will be held on January 26th at
From friends of The Legacy Center: Our mission for this event is to raise money, get supplies and anything that can help anyone who has been affected by Hurricane Sandy in the NY/LI area. We are Skate for Jesus and we knew we had to respond to what was We will be donating all proceeds to The Legacy Center(www.tlcnyc.org) who have been working extremely
“Stand up, on this Thanksgiving Day, stand upon your feet. Believe in man. Soberly and with clear eyes, believe in your own time and place. There is not, and there never has been a better time, or a better place to live in.” ~Phillips Brooks As many of you know The Legacy Center, in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, led the way in disaster
Because of the generosity and labor of the members of our community (both near and far) The Legacy Center has been able to help hundreds of people following Hurricane Sandy. While we have accomplished much the work must continue. There are still homes to clean and families need to begin to plan on rebuilding. We’ve seen a resilience from the people who’ve been affected
It is now day 7 following Hurricane Sandy’s arrival in our hometown. Many are still trying to process the destruction in the wake of this so called “superstorm”. Communities have been destroyed, families are separated from loved ones, power is still out for over 1 million residents of NY and the property loss in some neighborhoods resembles some war torn cities. We could never
The Legacy Center and an army of volunteers have been on the ground delivering aid and relief to victims of Hurricane Sandy. TLC has gone into the bay areas most affected by the hurricane: Far Rockaway, Beach Channel, Breezy Point and Coney Island. Teams of TLC are at our warehouse loading trucks with water, boxes of food, buckets of toiletries, hats, gloves, socks and
We pray you are safe in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. We know that thousands in our city have been affected, including some of our friends and family members. Within our own TLC community we know that one member’s home was looted, at least three other families lost their entire first floor and another family lost both of their vehicles due to the storm.
We had a great turn out and received positive feedback from parents and school administrators alike. Here’s Danny, one of our excited parents after winning a free copy of the book we used in class. Congratulations Danny! Thanks to all the volunteers and generous donors who support our programming efforts. Together We Are Better!