Win $55,000 Grant from New York Community Trust

CBN & RIDA Tackle Elderly/Homebound Isolation

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CBN Executive Director Bill Dionne (R) with RISC director Lisa Fernandez (C) and RIDA leader Wendy Hersh, last year.
CBN Executive Director Bill Dionne (R) with RISC director Lisa Fernandez (C) and RIDA leader Wendy Hersh, last year.
© David Stone / Roosevelt Island Daily

CBN fights senior loneliness with a new grant. The grant helps the Carter Burden Network tackle major challenges of old age. The Roosevelt Island Disabled Association partners with them.

On Friday, the Carter Burden Network announced winning a major grant from the New York Community Trust that will help them partner with RIDA to tackled the problem of isolation among homebound Roosevelt Islanders.

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