Yesterday, at the Annual Interfaith Breakfast, we had the honor of listening to Mayor Bill de Blasio announce the creation of the Center for Faith and Community Partnerships, naming Jonathan Soto as the Executive Director. This is an exciting development for all New Yorkers– especially the faith community, because together we can do so much more to inspire action and build resources for change.
“CityServe is thrilled to support this important initiative because it not only means that New York City government is willing to deepen its partnership with community and faith organizations, but it also means that they recognize the vital and integral role they play in the life of the city,” said Guy Wasko, Executive Director of NY CityServe. “Together we can do so much more. Building bridges is the way forward to seeing the flourishing of all New Yorkers continue.”