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17 Nov YRM Girls’ Program

In June, YRM initiated their very first Girls' Program led by Megan Brown and Jessica Vinciguerra. The girls cooked and served food at the local Ronald McDonald House, picked up neighborhood liter, and washed cars in the community! They also were involved in various team-building exercises with a local city-school teacher and director of the Adventure Leadership Foundation, Nick Salibrici. The...

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17 Nov Syracuse Community Tree Planting

The 'Save the Rain Tree' Planting Program has developed a vigorous tree planting initiative for neighborhoods throughout the City of Syracuse. This collaborative effort supports the planting of thousands of trees in Central New York! On October 31, YRM worked in partnership with Onondaga County 'Save the Rain Tree', Cornell University Cooperative Extension, and Onondaga Earth Corp to beautify LoNoS (Lower Northside)by planting 36 trees. The groups gathered at the...

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02 Nov Our Featured YRM’er: Chris Butikima

Meet Chris Butikima, a 2015 graduate from George W. Fowler High School. We had the privilege of meeting Chris about five or six years ago just shortly after he moved here from the Congo. A friend brought him along one summer to play soccer with us. However, all soccer skills aside, it didn’t take long for us to pick up on his...

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01 Apr Clean Up ‘Cuse: Spring Cleaning

It's time for Spring cleaning! Help us support Northside UP as they rally to clean up the Northside. Join Northside UP, Yeshua Restoration Ministries, In My father’s Kitchen, and the Bhutanese and Wazigua communities as they look for volunteers to participate in Clean Up ‘Cuse on April 13 from 9AM-1PM! Activities involve litter cleanup, brush removal, weeding and...

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29 Apr YRM Soccer Club Awarded Grant

St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center Foundation was the fiscal agent for a grant of $4,200 which was awarded to the Yeshua Restoration Ministries (YRM) Soccer Club through the "What If...

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05 Jul Goals for the northSide

Lou and Anne Vinciguerra grew up on the Northside. Although they moved to the suburbs, they felt called to return to the area and have whole-heartedly invested in the community since their return. When a derelict house in the neighborhood became available, Lou and Anne deliberated and decided to buy the house. Their home is now a tangible example of...

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