Click the link below to read Guardian President Yuseff Hamm’s remarks in the NY Post regarding police/community relations.
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On Saturday June 18th, 2016, we hosted our 1st Diapers for Daddy forum at Middle School 72 in Rochdale Village, Queens. The event was a resounding success. We were able to provide quality baby items to over 75 families from the SouthEast area of Queens . This event would not have been possible without the generous donations from members of the New York City Police Department, the public, The NYPD Emerald Society, Metro Kids NYC, and SnipNYC. A special thank you to our volunteers who worked tirelessly to make this event a success. The NYPD Guardians Association is committed to making a positive impact within communities we serve.
The Guardians Association will be holding our “Diapers for Daddy” giveaway on Saturday June 18th from 11am-2pm. This event will be held at the Count Basie Middle School 72 133-25 Guy R. Brewer Blvd Queens, NY 11434. We will be giving out new and gently used baby items to any father in need.
We encourage you to share this information with any father’s in need. We hope this event will provide material support as well as connect fathers with other positive individuals.
For more information contact Lt. Aaron Edwards at email@example.com
Greetings brothers and sisters. Throughout the month of February we celebrated Black History; our history; American history. On Wednesday, February 24th, 2016, the Guardians along with the Haitian American Law Enforcement Fraternal Organization (HALEFO), Caribbean Law Enforcement Association (CLEA), African Law Enforcement Organization (ALEO), and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), participated in the annual Black history celebration at One Police Plaza. I would like to thank Guardian member, Detective Michelle Tege and Guardian 1st Vice President, Detective Felicia Richards for chairing this event. Your vision, dedication, and hard work made this event a resounding success.
The theme of the 2016 Black History Month Celebration was “Mentoring”. Mentoring provides young people with the ability to reach new levels of personal growth, academic achievement, and social development. This becomes essential in dealing with the day to day challenges that present themselves on their journey to success. Quality Mentorships can provide for a greater degree of social and economic opportunity. Mentors provide young people access to someone who cares about their future and makes them feel like they matter.
Our community is in urgent need of quality mentors. I urge you to start with your family, your block, your neighborhood. Reach out to a youth in need of a positive role model and invest your most valuable resource into them….time. Remember, successful people never reach their goals alone.