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June 26, 2014
 

More than 100 Toys Go to Children in Harlem, Thanks to Social Work Action Group


Manhattan Center Social Action Toy Drive Optimized

The weather may have been warm, but for children at the Prince Hall Day Care Center at the Polo Ground Housing Project in Harlem, May 21, 2014, felt like December. That day, the student members of the Adelphi University Manhattan Center School of Social Work’s Social Action group, along with Tracy Avon Ford ’94, M.S.W. ’97, a field instructor and adjunct professor, and Aixa Rodriguez, student affairs coordinator, brought the children more than 100 toys that had been collected as part of a drive at Adelphi’s Manhattan Center. 

This event was made possible with help of the Harlem community group, The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge.

Pictured here: Aneisha Andrews (left) and Himalaya Rao-Potlapally, M.S.W. ’14 (right) bring toys to the children at the Prince Hall Day Care Center at the Polo Ground Housing Project in Harlem. 

 
 
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