Partnered with Nazareth Housing of New York City, MyPostcard.com, Inc. sponsored a back to school cookout and backpack give away for underprivileged families.
New York, NY – August 31, 2017
Nazareth Housing’s, Housing Stability Support Project (HSSP) provides ongoing social service support to low-income households and seniors, promotes housing retention and continued self-sufficiency for thousands of families. This program hosts a back to school cookout and backpack give away each year. This year, MyPostcard.com, Inc. sponsored the cookout and volunteered by serving food and handing out backpacks to the children/families in attendance.
“It was such an honor and a privilege to serve and give back to families in the community who are working hard to reestablish their lives. To see the many smiles and happiness on the faces of children and even adults, simply made my day”, says the founder and managing director of MyPostcard Oliver Kray.
This was a first of its kind community service outreach for MyPostcard.com in New York City and the company looks forward to future opportunities to serve the community and make a difference.
MyPostcard – The Story
MyPostcard.com was founded in early 2014 by designer and facade artist Oliver Kray in Berlin. The postcard app allows you to send postcards with your own photos via smartphone, including individual text. Currently, the company counts more than 1.4 million downloads worldwide. This app is one of the most popular German travel apps, both on the App Store and on Google Play. Produced and distributed worldwide in Berlin and New York. In addition to the free app, a large part of the product offer is also available via the website www.mypostcard.com.
About Nazareth Housing
Nazareth Housing’s, HSSP provides ongoing case management for formerly homeless families. As part of every case management strategy at Nazareth Housing, families benefit from a needs assessment to determine which services are most critical to solving their unique barriers to housing insecurity.
Services are offered through Nazareth Housing programming or through referral to the appropriate social service, government or community-based organization that can help address the family’s needs most effectively. www.nazarethhousingnyc.org
Phone: (347) 460-0479
433 Broadway – Suite 209
New York, NY 10013