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New Grant for the Expansion of the Career Discovery Program

City Access New York would like to thank Northfield Bank Foundation and especially Diane Senerchia, the Executive Director, for the generous grant for the expansion of our Career Discovery Project.

The Career Discovery Project is a program that is designed to give visually impaired high school and college students the opportunity to work at cultural institutions around New York City. The CDP features a person-centered internship program, employment planning, and support services to provide assistance for blind and visually impaired individuals.

Our goal is to assist high school and college

City Access New York Recognized by Local Government Leaders

During the 2017 Achievement Dinner & Auction Gala City Access New York was presented with citations in recognition of the success in helping people with developmental disabilities and the visually impaired.


  • Office of the President Borough of Brooklyn City of New York

  • The Council Of The City of New York, Steven Matteo

  • State of New York Office of the Attorney General


Passing of Joseph D. Manno

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our Board Member Joseph D. Manno.  He passed away on September 20, 2017 in Staten Island, New York, leaving to mourn family and friends.

Joseph D. Manno was a lawyer, his law firm practicing in civil litigation, estate planning, wills, trusts Elder Law and Real Estate.

Joseph joined City Access New York Board very recently, but had a lot of passion and desire to contribute.  We are going to continue his legacy.