Monday, April 09, 2012

Volunteers Scramble to Save a School for Immigrants

This school needs some financial help, what a shame if it has to close.    - - Donna Poisl


As a result of the economic downturn and a dwindling endowment, the International Center, which has taught English and helped immigrants assimilate for decades, faces dissolution and eviction from its Manhattan home.

The center, which has more than 300 active volunteers and currently teaches about 1,500 students, shocked its volunteers last month with the news that it was behind on its rent and would have to close its doors on West 23rd Street, where it has been for about 20 years.
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1 comment:

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