YOUTH MAY APPLY FOR A NYSID/LEARNER’S PERMIT. THEY MUST HAVE THEIR:
ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE
ORIGINAL SOCIAL SECURITY CARD
Come together Monday, March 25th on the steps of City Hall at 9 AM to show elected officials our support for ensuring fair futures for young people when they age out of foster care.
Little Flower proudly supports Fair Futures, a coalition of child welfare agencies, non-profits, foundations, advocates and young adults working to ensure we fulfill our promise to New York City’s foster youth. We are calling on the City and State to make an annual investment beginning in the FY 2020 budget to provide foster youth with the support they need to be successful adults.
The more people in attendance, the stronger the visual message that we are a far-reaching coalition of 80+ organizations acting in solidarity with the thousands of NYC foster youth in need.
Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York is pleased to announce that we have moved into our NYC Flagship office at the old Pfizer building in Brooklyn. In celebration of our new home, we are hosting a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting on Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 3pm-6pm.
This move brings together staff from the Jamaica, Queens office and from two locations in Downtown Brooklyn. The brand new space houses the foster care program with various family focused visiting rooms; the program for individuals with developmental disabilities; part of the Health Homes team; and the medical and mental health team, equipped with medical exam rooms as well as administrative and fundraising departments.
Join us as we welcome and cheer on hundreds of bikers of the Long Island Harley Owners Group in their 33rd Annual Toy Run to Little Flower.
Postponed until further notice
Due to the seriousness and unprecedented situation of COVID-19, our team has decided to postpone the St. John’s Friendraiser to ensure the health and safety of our residents, staff, and community.
Thank you for your understanding.