Sports are not just about winning but rather joining in a community activity.
Putting people first allows our organization to create programs that benefit the community.
A key strategy to stopping domestic violence, is to promote respectful, nonviolent relationships.
Building positive views on life is a product of a good education and our core goal.
Adequate housing is a necessity in our commuity, it constitutes stability and a since of security.
Health and wellness in our communities is a must to increases everyones quality of life.
When Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings met in junior high school, the last thing they envisioned was one day creating a podcast that would gain popularity in a short period of time. However, that’s exactly what they’ve done. The two childhood friends created and launched the Earn Your Leisure podcast in January 2019, which currently has more than 6,500 subscribers and an average of 20,000 plays per episode.
Get more informations about Rashad's project at the Black Enterprise Magazine website:
On March 29, 2019, Cuddy & Feder partner Eon S. Nichols obtained preliminary IDA approval for financial incentives for two major residential developments and a senior independent living community representing a total private investment of over $1.2 billion.
Eon has been the Chairman of the AAMW Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Awards Luncheon for several years.
Get more informations about Eon's professional accomplishments from the Cuddy+Feder Law Firm website:
George and Miguel are Co-Chairmen of the Youth Envirnmental Program. Both men are professionals in the technology and engineering fields. They bring an unique perspective to educating our youth about the importances of earth science, nature and environmental stewardship.
James Robinson and his daughter Nicole, 25, get ready to referee a boys high school basketball game at the Harvey School in Katonah Feb.19, 2019. James Robinson has been a high school basketball referee for over thirty years. Nicole has followed in her father's footsteps, working as a referee for both high school and college basketball. (Photo: Seth Harrison/The Journal News)
Our members represent diverse professions and trades. They live and work in various coummunities across Westchester county.
With a variety of skills and interests our members contribute creativity, professionalism and personal know how .
Join a 15year traditon of valuing our youth's social commitment & academic scholarship. Become a sponsor-partner of the MLK Legacy Awards program.