Family Membership Benefits for 2008!!
FCCNY Lending Library click here for a list of offerings
has embarked on a program of partnerships with cultural organizations,
retailers and attractions that are relevant to our vibrant community. With your
2008 FCCNY membership you'll now enjoy special benefits with our affiliated
organizations. Click here for directions on how to print out a copy of your 2008 FCCNY Membership Status... How to print out Status
Look at what we’ve arranged, so far:
Asia Society is
offering FCC members 2-for-1 admission to the Asia Society and Museum
galleries. This allows each FCC member to purchase one admission to the museum
exhibitions and receive a second of equal or lesser value free. Children under
the age of 16 are admitted to the museum galleries at no charge. Just present
a printout of your 2008 membership status at admission. The Society is located at 724 Park Ave. at
70th Street, NY, NY 10021 (212) 288-6400, www.AsiaSociety.org
The 14th Street Y will be starting a NEW Chinese program for kids in 2006. Your FCCNY membership will gain you a Y member's rate on all Chinese programs. Just present
a printout of your 2008 membership status at registration. Watch for details on the fccny email list and website. The 14th Street Y is located at 344 East 14th Street, New York, NY 10003, 212.780.0800 x241 and www.14StreetY.org
Magazine is offering us a special subscription rate of 10 issues for
$10.00. Orders with payment by check or money order should be mailed to Jesse Ann Pirraglia, Circulation Coordinator, Nickelodeon Magazine, 1633 Broadway, 7th
fl., New York, NY 10019. Be sure to include “FCC” on the order request.
Families donates $5 of each
subscription fee received by our members to FCCNY. To register for this
program, go to https://www.adoptivefamilies.com/order/index.php?aff=Q09001. If ordering by mail, please be sure to write "FCCNY Q09001"in the Comments box, to ensure proper credit
Contact Kathy Urbina at firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-250-1688 if you have suggestions
of organizations to pursue.