At their Spring Gala on April 17th, Trevor Day School will be honored with the Isaacs Center Award for Service.
The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center is a nonprofit, multi-service organization that primarily focuses on the needs of children and low-income families, out-of-school and out-of-work youth, and aging New Yorkers.
When Trevor moved into its East 95th Street building in 2015, the Isaacs Center was one of the first Yorkville neighborhood partnerships that the school made. Once per week, Trevor hosts the Isaacs Center after-school program, where its young people connect with Trevor Upper School students through mentorship and tutoring, as well as games and conversation.
And, most recently, while the Isaacs Center's kitchen was under renovation during the 2018 Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, Trevor opened its doors to their staff and volunteers. In Trevor's kitchen and dining room, volunteers cooked and served Thanksgiving and Christmas meals to over 100 elderly residents. They also prepared "to go" meals, which were distributed by CityMeals on Wheels to over 400 homebound residents.
See the story on News 4 New York here
Many thanks to the Isaacs Center for this recognition and the opportunity to be an active and engaged neighbor.