I ♥ human services

HSC’s “I ♥ human services” installations are on display this week! Our  Who Cares? I Do. campaign has gathered over 3,000 valentines with statements from 20 organizations’ clients and staff about why human services are important to them. For a complete list of all display locations and pictures of the valentines, see http://whocaresidony.tumblr.com/

Plus, check out why New York City residents love these organizations:

Barrier Free Living


Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens 

Goodwill Industries 

Harlem RBI 

Hetrick Martin Institute 

Institute for Community Living 

Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service 


Met Council 

Project Renewal 

Safe Space 

The Children’s Aid Society 

The Children’s Village 

University Settlement 

Urban Pathways, Inc 

These colorful valentines will draw attention to the diverse array of valuable services that the human services sector provides for New York City residents. Be sure to come see these valentines and more information about the Who Cares? I Do. campaign, at locations across the city such as Assembly member Rodriguez’s Office in East Harlem, the Children’s Aid Society Bronx Family Center,  the Astoria CCBQ Community Center, and the Bedford YMCA.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Contributed by Ana Billingsley of the Human Services Council


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The Human Services Council strengthens New York's nonprofit human services sector, ensuring all New Yorkers across diverse neighborhoods, cultures, and generations reach their full potential.
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