FATHERS HEART MINISTRIES

"Daddy's Not Angry, You Can Come Home"

aka The Father's Heart Ministries   |   New York, NY   |  www.fathersheartnyc.org

Mission

We address the special needs of immigrants, unskilled workers, the unemployed, and those without family or social support through a unique blend of compassion ministries, practical training, classroom instruction and networking with federal and city agencies. We also run a youth program. Our aim is to nurture the healing and development of the full individual.

Ruling year info

1998

Founder

Charles J Vedral

Executive Director

Marian J Hutchins

Main address

543-545 E. 11th Street

New York, NY 10009 USA

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EIN

22-3495873

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Human Service Organizations (P20)

Employment Procurement Assistance and Job Training (J20)

Urban, Community (S31)

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The Father's Heart Ministries Hunger Prevention Program

It is the vision and commitment of The Father's Heart Ministries to see the cycle of dependency and poverty broken, to restore dignity to individuals and an improved quality of life to the many low-income (working poor), those on fixed incomes (elderly, ill and disabled), homeless and immigrant individuals, families living in shelters, formerly incarcerated adults, at-risk youth, and to those in recovery. We want to assist with the full restoration of a life, whenever and however possible. All of our programs are designed to fulfill our core values of unconditional love, acceptance, forgiveness and commitment to those we serve and to help them move forward in life.

Despite an increase in economic development, large pockets of systemic and generational poverty still remain. Our programs are open to the general population but primarily serve residents of the Lower East Side including African Americans, Asians, Caucasians, and Hispanics. The Saturday morning soup kitchen/food pantry attracts primarily adults and seniors (46% Chinese, 28% Hispanic, 19% African American, 7% Caucasian), while Tuesday KidZone caters to youth and their families (45% Hispanic, 42% African American, 9% Chinese, and 4% Caucasian).

Hunger prevention (soup kitchen and food pantry) – approximately 600 guests every week, receive and all-you-can-eat hot breakfast in a restaurant-style setting. They also receive food pantry bags containing at least 9 meals. Social service help--volunteers research public and private resources for our guests including shelters, housing, advocacy groups, medical assistance, KidZone – held Tuesday evenings throughout the school year, KidZone is an afterschool open recreation program and a soup kitchen for children, teens and their families, offering arts and crafts, literacy building, nutrition education, socializing through games, homework help and financial literacy. Adult Center for Education – students receive one-on-one tutoring and individual support to attain their academic goals as well as take and pass the GED exam. Others are learning to read for the first time. All are developing skills that will last a lifetime. ESL teachers are equipped to teach English and to assist those who want to become citizens. Alphabet Scoop – a for-profit wholesale and retail ice cream store and youth development program where teens are equipped with the life and job skills that allow them to advance in school and in the job market. Men’s Transitional Program – a two-day a week program that provides life skills, work therapy, nurturing, group counseling and prayer to men who are homeless and/or unemployed. It is designed to restore dignity and hope for the future while providing the skills to transition out of homelessness, unemployment, etc.

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FATHERS HEART MINISTRIES

Board of directors
as of 04/27/2020
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Board chair

Perry Hutchins

The Father's Heart Church

Term: 1997 -

Perry Hutchins

The Father's Heart Church

Charles Vedral

The Father's Heart Church

Erik Hugus

Trinity Recap

Andrew Durso

Etsy

Jennifer Robinson

Montclair State University

Leah Prestamo

Mason Bai

Jesus Martinez

FDNY