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NYU Anbryce Alt Break Trip

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NYU Anbryce Alt Break Trip

Please help support the AnBryce Foundation Scholars Program at NYU send its undergraduate scholars to San Francisco, CA to conduct community service on the issues of hunger and homelessness. Students worked with Project Open Hand and the San Francisco Food Bank, non-profit organizations that aim to provide food security and nutrition to the elderly, homeless the critically ill. Your donation will help cover the cost of the trip and service for the Scholars so they may take on this incredible opportunity to make a difference and learn about the issues facing some of our biggest cities. 

The current Scholars pose for a photo after completing service at a local food bank

​The AnBryce Foundation Undergraduate Scholars Program at New York University is a scholarship program set up to support high-achieving first-generation college students who have faced significant adversity prior to attending college. While completing their undergraduate studies, the Scholars volunteer within New York City and complete community service projects. In the past, Scholars have helped high school seniors in low income communities apply for college, mentored younger students in best practices for preparing for college, and tutored students preparing for the SAT. 

Students at Project Open Hand cutting fresh produce.

Every four years, the Scholars complete an "Alternative Break" Trip somewhere outside of New York City. In the past, Scholars have visited Trinidad and Atlanta. The current undergraduate Scholars selected San Francisco because they wanted to better understand the ongoing housing crisis and associated social challenges that have increasingly put strain on the City's resources.  

 

Thank you in advance for your generosity! Your help really means a lot of us! 

 

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