The HeartShare School would not have such an extraordinary impact on the lives of its students without its valuable partnerships in business, education and beyond. Join us!
The HeartShare School would like to further enrich the student experience. Here are ways you can help:
- Volunteer: If you like working with children, consider lending a hand during special holiday events and celebrations. Our Human Resources Department screen and fingerprint all volunteers before working directly with our children.
- Dash to the Finish Line: Run in the Annual Harbor Fitness Race for Autism, which benefits our students.
- Host an Event: Your business can offer inclusive and new opportunities to our students, like a field trip or workshop.
- Become an Event Sponsor: Every year, HeartShare’s Education Services seeks financial sponsors for its annual dinner dance fundraiser supporting its pre-schools and The HeartShare School.
The HeartShare School welcomes your participation to improve the lives of our students. To learn more how to become involved, please call 718-422-4213.
Our Corporate and Community Partners
With the help of corporate and community partners, The HeartShare School can provide new resources and inclusive opportunities to our students with autism. A selection of our partners includes:
Brooklyn Arts Council • Brooklyn Public Library • Harbor Fitness • KaBOOM! • Kiwanis International • investorsBank • Raymour & Flanigan
Our Education Partners
We are proud to partner with colleges and universities throughout New York to provide internships to those interested in the special education field. A selection of our partners include:
2018 Education Services Dinner Dance Journal (Click Here)
2018 Education Services Dinner Dance Sponsors
Cocktail Hour Sponsor
St. Finbar Catholic Church, Rev. Father Michael Gelfant, Pastor
Invitation and Journal Sponsor
Ozone Park Kiwanis Club
Raffle Ticket Sponsor
Mr. John Elio, C&C Amusements
Corporate Sponsor Tables
EXP Group, LLC
Kiwanis Club of Lefferts/Liberty
Bruno and Tara Frustaci
Bill and Rosanne Koenig