About Development Outreach, Inc.
Development Outreach, Inc., is a New York State based not-for-profit 501(c)(3)corporation that has provided affordable housing and services to low-moderate income singles, familes with children and the elderly since 1977.
Our commitment to senior services includes the sponsorship and management of Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly, as well as social and recreational activities.
As you survey our website, we would like for you to visit our Senior and Sponsor_Us icons to read about our work with the elderly.
Youth services are provided through our Youth Programs and Community Action Network. Presently we sponsor an array of intergenerational events and activities for the youth and elders of the community.
We Need Your Support
Now more than ever, as the population we serve and the general population age, we are faced with the challenges of accommodating the changing needs and preferences of our community. Our goal is to expand our services to include additional programs that will enhance the quality of life of our participants:
- Nutrition - 4 day a week congregate meal program for the elderly
- Social activities for the elderly
- Youth Mentorship Program
- Music Studio Program for youth
- Health & Wellness Programs
- Transportation for meal delivery and group outings
Become A Donor
Organizational programs and events are supported by the generous giving of corporate and individual donors. Our sponsorship needs include cash donations, give-away items, and services for events.
Please consider adding your organization to the prestigious list of sponsors and donors. We encourage you to review the Campaigns, Programs, and Events for current sponsorship opportunities. For more information, please call (212) 427-0320.
Development Outreach, Inc., is a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
Your support ensures that we are able to continue providing many programs and services to our ever increasing youth and elderly populations.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of our programs. Volunteers can give as little as a couple of hours per week on a weekday or work every day. Volunteers are needed to conduct workshops, prepare refreshments, serve, clean-up, do clerical and phone work, and a host of other necessary duties.