Boys & Girls Club: Jeff Eyseman, the center director, is young- only 26. In the 5 months he has been working at the center he has completely changed it around, for the better. 

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The children learn to care for plants in a garden patch in the back of the center.

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Javian gets a free haircut provided by the center. 

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Located near low-income housing in a mostly disadvantaged neighborhood, the center plays a big role in providing nutrition to the children of the area. 

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Many teachers and mentors at the center have privileged relationships with the children. Here, Greg, who was a volunteer before becoming a full-time staff-member, plays outside with Lele, 5.

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Canine Companions for Independence: On Tulane University's campus, 10 undergraduates raise puppies who will become assistance dogs to people in need.

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Ryan does a training session with puppy Austin  

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The students take the puppies in training everywhere with them, in an effort to socialize them and teach them proper behaviors. Here, three puppy raisers take a nutrition class together.

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The puppies bond with many other students on campus and prove to be a stress reliever. 

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For the whole story, visit: https://mariannebarthelemy.atavist.com/puppies

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Friends of the Children, mentors and accompanies children at risk of dropping out of school from pre-K to freshman year of college.  

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Ty recently graduated high school. Mr. Danny, the longest-serving mentor for Friends of the Children helped him get there, seeing him through ups and downs for more than ten years. 

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The motto of Friends of the Children:  to change the destiny of New York City’s most vulnerable children, one child at a time

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Every week Ms. Belinda visits Mauri’s classroom to give her the one-on-one attention and guidance she needs. And three days a week, they do homework together at the Friends' Place in Harlem.

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To see Canine Companions for Independence's story in full, visit 

https://mariannebarthelemy.atavist.com/puppies


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And don't forget to check out some portraits I did for the Boys and Girls Club and Canine Companions!




To get in touch, call me at 347.439.1022 or email me at mariannebartphoto@gmail.com



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