Our Relief Access Program
The RAP4BRONX (Relief Access Program for The Bronx) was launched in Mid-March 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic with a mission to collect and donate meals, groceries and essential supplies to frontline workers, senior citizens, and vulnerable residents in the Bronx and throughout New York City.
Since our first delivery of 100 donated boxed meals to POTS soup kitchen in the Bronx, the RAP4Bronx has grown to be not only a substantial operator in the New York City food relief space but a resourceful program for communities to find and get access to services that will help them build and sustain healthy futures. Click here to learn more.
A trailer for “Meeting The Need: RAP4Bronx”, a film by @wondermapperproductions Directed by @_adamouellette_ and @jayjayvuu —currently in post production—, about how everyday people of the Bronx community have rallied around solving food insecurity, featuring RAP4BRONX as a key organizer.
Food pantry leaders advocate for Farm Bill 2023 in Washington
The Skyline Charitable Foundation and other hunger organizations push for Farm Bill that supports key anti-hunger policies programs, that make it possible for millions of New Yorkers to put food on the table for themselves and their families.
The Skyline Charitable Foundation celebrates 15th Annual Golf Classic
TSCF'S 15th Annual Golf Classic, held on June 26, 2023, at the Old Westbury Golf and Country Club, garnered support from organizations committed to making a positive impact in the community.
The Skyline Charitable Foundation
49-28 31st Place, Long Island City, NY 11101
The Skyline Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered with the Federal government.
Federal Tax ID #: 46-2141917
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Board of Directors
Chair: John Pantanelli
President: Eva Hatzaki
Vice President: John Kalafatis
Since 2009 Skyline Restoration, a leader in building restoration in New York, has been organizing charity and fundraising events to benefit organizations such as Smile Train; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; New York Center For Children; Ronald McDonald House of NY; African Soul – American Heart (ASAH); Happy Wattoto; The Chordoma Foundation; to name a few.
As the desire to aid local and international communities grew, The Skyline Charitable Foundation was established in 2014 to serve as a channel for proceeds to be spread amongst multiple charities, giving donors the option to allocate their donations according to their preference, while helping introduce new charities to benefactors.
By expanding its horizon, The Skyline Charitable Foundation aims to promote the well-being of individuals of all ages and backgrounds by helping them overcome challenges that prohibit their physical, mental, and social growth.
We hope that The Skyline Charitable Foundation continues to grow by inspiring others to take action. Thus, our mission is simple – extend the reach of our influence beyond what is convenient, while encouraging others to explore the possibilities to do the same.