Monthly Archives: February 2013

Met Council Helps 90-Year-Old Woman become a Citizen

Natalia Kudriytska, 90, was born in the Ukraine and has always dreamed of becoming an official US citizen. To make this dream a reality, Natalia came to the JCC of Kings Bay for help with her extensive immigration paperwork. She was walked through the process by Met Council Immigration Specialist Polina Lemberg. Polina has more […]

New York City’s Largest Catholic and Jewish Charities Unite to Fight Hunger

Met Council, UJA-Federation of New York and Catholic Charities joined together for “Feeding Our Neighbors: An Interfaith Response” on January 27, 2013 to address the growing problem of hunger across the community. The food collection launched at the conclusion of the morning mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Leaders from the three organizations joined together to […]