News 12 The Bronx Numbers & Links for March 2022

News 12 The Bronx Numbers & Links for March 2022

News 12 Staff

Feb 28, 2022, 3:54 PM

Updated 805 days ago

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News 12 The Bronx Numbers & Links for March 2022

March 31

March 30

Qualifying for the 2022 NYC Marathon:
More information
SOOS: Kids Interviewing Leaders:
New York Edge

March 29

Webinar on evictions:
NHS Brooklyn
R Train Repairs:
MTA
Doula Support for Families:
NYC Birth Village Doulas
Hit and Run Fatal:
GoFundMe Page

March 28

MTA board and committee meetings:
More information
Mayor, JetBlue 5,000 New Jobs
JetBlue
Health Tip - National Minority Health Month:
The Office of Minority Health (OMH) sponsors National Minority Health Month in April to highlight efforts to improve the health of racial/ethnic minority populations nationwide. This year the NHO is focused on the disproportionate burden of COVID-19 on racial/ethnic minority communities. Join the conversation on social using the theme’s hashtag, #VaccineReady, to raise awareness about COVID-19 vaccination in vulnerable communities. It’s also a great time to explore Healthy People 2030 to learn about the major impact of social determinants on our nation’s health and well-being.  
Community Events:

March 25

Hate the Dot:
Website
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Event:
Saturday, March 26, 2022
10 AM – 2:00 PM
899 Elton Avenue
Bronx, New York 10451
RAIN OR SHINE
Please join us if you are age 45-75 or have a family history of colorectal cancer!

March 24

March 23

Low Income Household Water Assistance Program:
New York State
SkateBoarding French Bulldog:
Instagram
Website

March 22

Fundraiser for Bjana James’ Children:
GoFundMe
Misdemeanor Dream:
Tickets
Spiderwoman Theater
Dinosaur Safari Returns to Bronx Zoo:
Bronx Zoo
ConEd Public Statement Hearings Notice:
More Information
American Red Cross Gala:
More Information

March 21

Jergens Ultra Healing Moisturizer:
FDA information on recall
Last Day to Register for Parks Camp:
More information
One Fair Wage:
Hotline: (646) 470-9113

March 20

World Syndrome Day:
John's Crazy Socks
Adapt Ability:
Website
National Brain Tumor Society
Donate

March 19

Gambian Youth Organization Twin Parks Fire Call To Action:
Facebook Page
Fundraiser For Run For Chinatown:
GoFundMe Page

March 18

Global Recycling Day:
The Hope Program

March 15

UN Human Rights Ukraine:
UN Human Rights Ukraine is seeking first-hand information concerning human rights violations which have occurred since Russia’s armed attack on Ukraine.
Email: ohchr-hrmmu@un.org
Facebook
Montefiore COVID Family Resilience Program:
More Information

March 14

Rabbi Helps Ukrainian Refugees:
Chabad of Moldova
Fundraiser

March 11

Check to Protect:
Vehicle recalls check

March 10

DOE Vaccination Campaign:
More Information

March 2

SYEP application:
More information

March 1

How to save money on New York transit fares:
MTA
MTA Recruiting Artists:
Apply


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