21 Park Avenue, Yonkers, NY 107033401

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Organizations Filed Purposes: As a leading social enterprise, Greyston serves a broad range of people through our programs and services. We provide direct service through Open Hiring, Workforce Development, Community Gardens which includes environmental education and Issan House.Throughout its history, Greyston has been a leader in addressing systemic poverty through business and social innovation and inclusion. This leadership continues today. The Greyston Center For Open Hiring was launched in 2018 to facilitate the widespread adoption of Open Hiring within the United States and beyond. Greyston Bakery's Open Hire employees produce more than 40,000 pounds of brownies daily and over eight million pounds annually. In 2019, our key customers including Unilever/Ben & Jerry's, Whole Foods Market and Delta Airlines have grown and our employees, most of whom are likely to be excluded from mainstream jobs, successfully met their new, higher production goals. At The Center For Open Hiring curricula are being designed to teach other companies how to remove the barriers to employment that they currently have and provide opportunities for success for those most in need in their communities. Greyston Workforce Development provides members of the community with the skills and resources required to enter and thrive in the workforce. Operating since 2009, Greyston Workforce Development has trained over 1,300 people and placed more than 915 with local companies, agencies, and organizations. In 2019, there were 104 graduates of our training programs, of which 70% achieved employment. We offer training, career counseling, job placement and other job retention services including financial responsibility to help individuals successfully transition into employment. In addition, Greyston offers training to young adults, ages 16-24. Courses are designed to be responsive to the current needs of employers. Offerings in 2019 included construction trades, culinary and pastry arts, and security guard training. Program graduates receive certifications requested by employers - such as Servsafe licensing for the food sector. Issan House (the principal program of the related Greyston Health Services not-for-profit entity) is a 35-unit supportive care housing facility for formerly homeless people living with HIV/AIDS, 95% of whom have a dual diagnosis of mental illness and drug or alcohol addiction. Issan House is the only facility of its kind in Westchester County. Individuals residing at Issan House have a permanent home and access to ongoing services while striving toward personal self-sufficiency. Each year, 40-50 tenants are provided with an array of specialized social services including case management, counseling, benefits assistance, life skills training, advocacy, transportation to appointments, referrals to other services and three nutritious meals daily.Greyston's Community Gardens and Environmental Education Program strategy is the belief that a healthy individual and family has a better foundation for success. This program provides the supportive services to enable job retention and successful employment with a focus on: education, food, housing, and mental health. Since its founding in 1995, our Community Gardens and Environmental Education Program have increased the knowledge of environmental health issues (clean air and water and the maintenance of a healthy urban ecosystem) and have improved local food security by providing access to affordable fresh produce. Greyston's Community Gardens consists of 12 gardens, with over 400 individual plots, that offer relaxing, safe, green spaces in Yonkers, NY. Annually, the gardeners and their families grow and share over seven tons of organic produce, and learn about nutrition, sustainability, culture, and the environment. This program fosters unity and thriving communities by nurturing sustainability and improving health and overall well-being.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Joseph D KennerVP of Programs and Partnerships31$153,902
Alexandra VillanoVP of Development31$109,344
Lucas TannerChief Operating Officer17$92,880
Ty HookwayDirector1$0
Rami EfalDirector1$0
Anthony C BaileyDirector1$0
Barry WilnerDirector1$0
Gloria MirrioneDirector1$0
Daniel MagnusDirector1$0
Joan BinstockDirector1$0
Susan YossDirector1$0
Edward FalkenbergDirector1$0
Karen KochevarDirector1$0
Joseph ArmentanoTreasurer1$0
Jo Sauersecretary1$0
Deborah StewartSecretary, Thru 06/30/20191$0
Andrew YearleyChair2$0
Michael BradyPresident12$0

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