FPWA Centennial

100 Years Fighting for Justice and Equity in New York

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Gov. Kathy Hochul, NYC Mayor Eric Adams, and NYC Council Speaker Adrienne Adams salute the work of FPWA, New York’s Leading Anti-Poverty Nonprofit


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Founded in 1922 as the Federation of Institutions Caring for Protestant Children, the Federation operated out of the Church Missions House, a historic landmark located at 281 Park Avenue.
Today, 40 Broad Street is home to the organization's policy experts, nonprofit sector leaders, and community advocates.


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