Programs Archives - The Doe Fund
177
archive,category,category-programs,category-177,tribe-no-js,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-child-theme-ver-1.0.0,qode-theme-ver-9.4.2,bridge-child,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.12,vc_responsive,elementor-default

Programs

THE DOE FUND’S CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM RECEIVES AMERICAN CULINARY FEDERATION CERTIFICATION  READY, WILLING, & ABLE'S MOST POPULAR CAREER PATH PROVIDES LIFE-LONG OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREER ADVANCEMENT New York City-based nonprofit organization The Doe Fund is pleased to announce that its popular culinary arts training program has received a five-year extension...

One Astoria resident recently wrote Council Member Costa Constantindes, to share a good deed that she witnessed from Jerome Fowlkes, a participant in the Ready, Willing & Able Program. “On May 31st, at the corner of 30th Avenue and 31st Street, I observed Jerome Fowlkes save a...

We are proud to share the news with you: The Doe Fund is participating in a national movement called #GivingTuesday! Now in its second year, #GivingTuesday celebrates philanthropy and community under the premise that since we have a day for giving thanks and two for getting deals, it's time...

  [caption id="attachment_2456" align="alignright" width="461"] Photo taken by staff member Kira Madden[/caption] This month, we said goodbye to a dear friend and a beloved colleague who was a truly inspirational man.  David Williams joined Ready, Willing & Able in 2000 as one of the "men in blue"...

For almost eight years, Joseph Calhoun has been an esteemed member of The Doe Fund family, and a role model for trainees and staff alike. With an eye on advancement, Joseph is a dynamic example of how far you can go if you let your passions and...

“From a small seed a mighty trunk may grow.” - Aeschylus It’s been a formative few months on the farm. In the time since we completed installation, we've planted, watered, weeded, and harvested our way from a seedling of a project into an increasingly mighty trunk of a...