Social Services (old)

Acacia Network

Since opening our doors in 1969, the Latino based agencies that make up our network have matured into a dynamic and unified community based organization offering a unique constellation of services in the area of health, housing and economic development.

We honor the Latino pioneers that struggled to create these entities by continuing to expand their vision.

Our mission to partner with our communities, lead change, and promote healthy and prosperous individuals and families guides and inspires us to stay grounded while pursuing our goals.

AmeriCorps New York State

LAPA provided conference support and a presentation on the history of service learning.

Bailey House

LAPA provided seminars on fundraising and board development as needed over a two-year period.

Riverside Park Conservancy


CAMBA is a full-service, community-based organization providing employment, education, health, housing, legal, social, business development and youth services to 30,000 individuals each year. LAPA assigns six government grant writers (on average) per year to complete about a dozen complex government grants.

Camp Speers-Eljabar YMCA

Camp Speers-Eljabar was founded in 1948 to provide the first inter-racial overnight YMCA camp, and it has since grown to a year-round program serving close to 10,000 children and families each year. LAPA provided campaign services to CSEY for a $5M campaign.

Community Food Advocates

LAPA provided private grants research, analysis, and grant submission management for private and corporate foundations. 

CFA works to expand and improve child nutrition programs to support children’s health and learning capacity, and increase access to nutritious food for all New Yorkers, especially the two million living in poverty. CFA specifically focuses on New York City’s School Breakfast and Lunch Programs in public schools; the Summer Food Service Program; and WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children), seeking innovative ways to increase participation in these programs.pursuing our goals.


Cooperazione Internazionale

LAPA conducted a feasibility study for grants of private foundations based in the United States. LAPA also provided assistance, through a legal partner, for possible sponsorship or incorporation of a 501(c)3 in the State of New York.

(Cooperazione Internazionale COOPI) is a humanitarian, non confessional, and independent organization that fights poverty through disaster relief and assistance to regions in conflict. Founded in 1965 by Vincenzo Barbieri, COOPI is based in Milan and has 24 offices throughout the Global South.

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies


Fortune Society

Greater Life

Moreau Emergency Squad

Hispanic Federation of America


Newark Emergency Services for Families


New York Center for Interpersonal Development

Open Society Foundations

Latino Justice -PRLDEF

Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund​

Riverside Park Conservancy


Sharing Community

St. Nicholas Neighborhood Preservation Corporation


United Way of New York City

VIP Community Services

Vocational Instruction Project


Volunteers of America

Westchester Institute for Human Development


American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem

Good Shepherd Services

Lutheran Social Services of New York

YMCA of White Plains and Central Westchester

Pathlight Home

Ronald McDonald House New York

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