St George’s Society of New York

St George's society of New York online book

The St. George’s Society of New York was founded in 1770 by English settlers for the purpose of offering advice and relief to fellow Englishmen in need or distress. Its mission today is to assist disadvantaged people of British and Commonwealth heritage living in the New York area.

The Society provides two major forms of assistance, a Beneficiary Program helping elderly and disabled people, and a Scholarship Program at Lehman College supporting outstanding students with university tuition. This book lists those who have in the last few years received scholarships, many of whom in turn are visiting the book to add stories of their achievements as a lovely way of engaging others.

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