Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Location: 345 Chambers Street Room 301-B New York NY 10282 USA
The purpose of the Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association is: (a) to award scholarships and other grants to deserving students of Stuyvesant High School ("the School"), (b) to maintain the relationship of alumni to the School and to each other through written and other communications, and social, academic and other events, (c) to render aid and cooperation to the School in order to facilitate academic and extracurricular programs and other student activities, and (d) to raise funds, by dues, contributions, events and otherwise, in order to support those activities which result in the furtherance of items (a) through (c) above.
Programs: What We DoOur first mandate is to help Stuyvesant High School and the student body. We accomplish this with allocations in the form of grants to departments, technology services, teams, student publications, clubs, and individual students. Our second goal is to maintain relations between alumni. In addition to maintaining an office at the school and a web site, we publish three newsletters, hold an Annual General Meeting and social events, and assist numerous reunions.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: On Nov. 30, 2011 the IRS office in Ogden, UT sent a letter to the SHSAA acknowledging that our 501(c)(3)tax exempt status had been revoked erroneously. Until IRS Publication 78 and the Guidestar website are updated accordingly, a pdf of that letter may be requested from the SHSAA office by emailing us at email@example.com. We thank all members of the Stuyvesant High School community for their support.
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