AHRC Astoria Blue Feather Head Start

By April 11, 2017Volunteer
Astoria Blue Feather Head Start

On April 15th
The Metropolitan Building Managers of New York
in cooperation with
The Scandinavian American Building Managers Guild
as a philanthropic endeavor will be joining forces to help spruce up the
Astoria Blue Feather Head Start


  • AHRC Astoria Blue Feather Head Start is a Specialized Inclusionary Head Start Program offering an array of
    programs, services, and supports for students with disabilities and developmental delays, including services for
    students with autism, for families living in New York City.
  • AHRC New York City – was founded in 1949 by parents of children with developmental delays. This was a
    time when there were few services available – their children had been largely ignored or forgotten by society.
    These parents initiated a grass roots movement that forever changed the lives of their children and
    generations of other children.
  • Astoria Blue Feather preschool was recently awarded the Gold Certificate of Excellence by the
    Administration of Children and Family Services/US Department of Health and Human Services.
  • ABF educates sixty-five children in inclusionary classrooms, twelve children in a self-contained class, and
    ensures high teacher to student ratios in all instructional settings. Classrooms include young learners receiving
    Special Education services, as well typically-developing children, from the local Astoria community. As a Head
    Start program, Astoria Blue Feather is unique among AHRC New York City preschools.
  • Link to the school and their good works https://schools.ahrcnyc.org/sponsor/astoriabluefeatherheadstart/

Volunteer to help, while enjoying the comradery of your fellow members,
for an extremely worthwhile group and cause for any part of the day on:
April 15th, Sat 9:00 to 5:00
At – Astoria Blue Feather Head Start, 27-07 8th Street, Astoria, NY 11102


The day will be painting, cleaning up and placing some of the items back in place.
When the children return from Easter break they will be quite surprised to see how
their school changed in the course of a week.

For more information and to volunteer or donate, please contact:

Curt Bergeest @ rm470park@gmail.com
Troy Parker @ troyp83@gmail.com
Patrick Reidy @ sanremorm@gmail.com
Joe Saljanin @ jsalijanin@rosenyc.com
Don Kroski @ donkbulldog@aol.com
Michael Baglivo @ mbaglivo325@aol.com
Dwayne Doucette @ dwaynedoucette@gmail.com
James Rauscher @ james@rauscher.com

*** If you can’t donate your time please help by donating much needed materials such as; Copy Paper, Composition Notebooks, Pocket Folders, Markers, Crayons, Pencils & much more…***
*** Drop off buildings are: 470 Park Ave and 1120 Park Ave.

*** To Have Materials Picked Up Please Call
Curt Bergeest

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