Misunderstood Youth Development Corporation 25410 Northern Blvd, Little Neck, NY11362 This is the main office for this non-profit organization established in 2005 that offers individual and family programs.…More It has two divisions – one to help teens increase self-esteem and thus, avoid future problems and one that provides an alternative to jail through intervention. The group hosts workshops, peer counseling sessions and a radio shop.
National Art League 4421 Douglaston Pkwy, Douglaston, NY11363 The National Art League is a non-profit organization with a gallery and studio space based on Douglaston Parkway. The…More group is comprised of many local artists and painters and the location has a gallery space, classroom area as well as artist studios. Some types of events include gallery shows, exhibitions, workshops as well as classes and demonstrations, including watercoloring, oil work, mixed media, figure drawing and more. Check the main website for details on upcoming events or for a full list of classes and workshops.
Panera Bread 2360 Bell Blvd, Bayside, NY11360 If you're in the mood for ciabata bread sandwiches, broccoli and cheese soup in a bread bowl or a Harvest Chicken Salad,…More Panera Bread of The Bay Terrace shopping center is the place for you. Along with all of the yummy, filling sandwiches, soups and salads, the restaurant offers free Wi-Fi and a private conference room that needs nothing more than a reservation to be yours. Free of charge, the conference room is a regular meeting space for non-profit organizations, churches and those choosing to dine alone. Providing catering services, Panera Bread offers healthy, tasty food choices for your next meeting, party or special event.
St. Mary's provides health care and educational services for special needs children, and children with debilitative…More diseases. Founded in 1870, the hospital's mission is to provide free health care to sick children.
They are a non-for-profit organization, treating a myriad of health disorders, including but not limited to: children with brain injuries, complications from premature birth, severe asthma, orthopedic disorders, HIV/AIDS, and other ailments. They provide home care in addition to outpatient care.
St. Mary's also has a medical camp, afterschool and weekend programs for ages five to 18 which combines therapy and care with recreation for children suffering from physical and cognitive disabilities.