Berkeley College Helps Quest Youth Organization, Inc., Collect Toys for Children in Brooklyn

 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2015
Contact: Ilene Greenfield
Director of Media Relations
973-278-5400, ext. 1-5122
igl@BerkeleyCollege.edu
 

BERKELEY COLLEGE HELPS QUEST YOUTH ORGANIZATION, INC.
COLLECT TOYS FOR CHILDREN IN BROOKLYN

 

Photo Caption A: Quest Youth Organization, Inc., in Brooklyn, NY, has extra reasons to celebrate this season, thanks to its recent successful toy drive. Berkeley College in Brooklyn collected 60 toys, which were gathered on December 19 at Middle School 35 in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Quest Youth Organization is a nonprofit in the community of Bedford Stuyvesant that is committed to enriching the lives of youth through the performing arts. Holding up presents are (L-R): (back row) Berkeley College students David Marshall of Brooklyn, NY; and Ahsan Sulehria of Rosedale in Queens, NY; (middle row) students Rhode and Margaret Murray, both of Brooklyn, NY; Nedjyne Levy, Berkeley College Personal Counselor, Student Development and Campus Life (SDCL); and Suzeana Stewart, Berkeley College Director, SDCL; (front row) student Andrew Gordon of Jamaica in Queens, NY.

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