By Diane C. Lore | firstname.lastname@example.org STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Children with autism who attend Eden II programs on Staten Island received a special visit from the jolly man in red himself, aka Santa Claus, during a holiday pizza party Monday in the school’s new center in Stapleton. The party, sponsored by the nonprofit “Better Angels of Our Human Nature,” is the first participants have enjoyed had since they moved into the new building at 15 Beach Street in October. The new center is dedicated to former Borough President James Molinaro. The afternoon was filled with wide-eyed wonder as children […]
With your support, these miracles continue to be a reality in the lives of our students living with autism, and their families. Thanks to last year’s annual fund, we purchased a piano, library books, classroom supplies, and funded respite trips on Staten Island & Long Island. We ask you to consider making a gift to support the 2015 Annual Fund so we can continue to help individuals with autism reach their full potential. Make Your Gift Online Here! For more information, contact a development professional at 718-816-1422, email@example.com.
Eden II Programs’ new building, The Hon. James P. Molinaro Center for Autism, will be recognized for excellence in the categories of Interior and Interior Decorating at the SI Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Building Awards ceremony! The building will also be recognized in the categories of natural beauty, exterior and craftsmanship.
Two dedicated Eden II staff members were honored at the annual Staten Island NFP’s Community Service Awards. Lauren Grimaldi, Director of Eden II’s Little Miracles Preschool and Christine Jascewsky, were recognized for their tireless commitment to improving the lives of those with autism. Why did you choose this career? I love my profession … not many people can say they wake up each morning and are happy to go to work,” Grimaldi said. What does this honor mean to you? I am humbled to be selected and recognized for my dedication to the field of educating children with autism,” she […]
CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR AUCTION BIDDING PAGE You can see items in categories or click View All Items on the lefthand side of the site.. We are constantly adding items to the auction, keep checking back! For more information, email the development team at firstname.lastname@example.org. To purchase tickets or to support the event, visit www.eden2.org/autismgala. #Art4Autism
At the October meeting of the Eden II & Genesis Foundation Board of Trustees, three community leaders were unanimously approved to serve on their board. Robin Lefkowitz is Northfield Bank’s Senior Vice President and Director of Business Development, with over 27 years of banking and financial experience. Prior to her position with Northfield, Robin was Vice President, Business Development, for Independence Community Bank. Robin holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Brooklyn College and an MBA from Wagner College. As a long-time, active community member, Robin’s involvement includes holding the positions of Board Member for each, the Staten Island Chamber […]
Eden II participant Meghan will have her 4th annual yard sale on Saturday October 10th. Last year, Meghan raised over $1600 in support of Eden II! Let’s help Meghan raise even more money this year! If you are interested in selling your own items, please contact Mia at 347-682-7912.
Through March 15, 2016, receive 26% off of Robyn Schneider’s memoir, Silent Running: Our Family’s Journey to the Finish Line with Autism-$18.47 retail price! Just use the link here and enter the promo code EdenII at checkout. Eden II will also receive 24% of all purchases made! About the Book: Silent Running: Our Family’s Journey to the Finish Line with Autism (Triumph Books, April 2015) by mother, marathoner and breast cancer survivor Robyn K. Schneider chronicles one family’s relentless pursuit of hope in the face of enormous personal calamity. Diagnosed as children with low functioning autism, twin brothers Alex and […]