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We're Hiring - Join Our Team

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    We're hiring! Are you passionate about diversity? Do you have an unrelenting commitment to equity? Apply today to join our team.

Kindergartners in New York City now have NYC Scholarship Accounts for College!

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    In partnership with the NYC Dept. of Education and NYC Kids RISE, we are investing in our kids’ success through the #SaveForCollege Program! ​​Parents and guardians of NYC kindergarteners can now activate their children’s new NYC Scholarship Accounts: nyckidsrise.org/activate.

Walk up & pick up COVID-19 at-home test kits for free

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    FREE COVID-19 test kits are being handed out in your borough! Keep your family and friends safe. Find a location near you to pick up your FREE kits.

NYC Tenant Resource Portal - the resources tenants need in one place

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    At Risk of Eviction? Completing an ERAP form could help delay eviction court proceedings and keep you in your home. Learn about more resources available today.

The Mayor's Office of Equity: Breakdown

The Mayor's Office of Equity (MOE) is comprised of several governmental offices and commissions that bring an intersectional approach to equity. Learn more today.

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Explore EquityNYC Data Today

Reports outline economic, social, environmental, and physical health of New York City across race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, location, and income. View the City’s progress on advancing equity today.

Review the 2020 Report

Impact Highlights from the Taskforce on Racial Inclusion & Equity (TRIE)

The Taskforce on Racial Inclusion & Equity (TRIE) is collaborative body within the Mayor's Office of Equity (MOE). For two years TRIE has been making a difference in communities of color and pushing for equity across all five boroughs. Review the 2020 report.

Review the 2020 Report

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Health Care

Learn how to get guaranteed health care through the expansion of NYC Care. Visit nyc.gov/nyccare or call 646-NYC-CARE.

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Housing

At risk of eviction? It's always illegal for your landlord to lock you out of your apartment or cut off your utilities. Find out what resources are available for you today.

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Small Business

Learn about the Restaurant Revitalization Program that has collectively awarded nearly 100 restaurants with $2.3 Million