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2018 WOMEN IN HUMAN SERVICES | Hall of Fame

We’re thrilled to announce that Sharon Content, Founder and President of CPNYC, was recently inducted into the Strong Nonprofits for a Better New York Women in Human Services Hall of Fame. In 2009, Ms. Content founded CPNYC after growing increasingly concerned about the lack of support offered to young people who experience parental incarceration. The agency has since provided services to over 1,500 children and their families. Today and everyday, we thank you for your inspirational leadership!

BROOKLYN NETS | NBA Star Helps Kids of Incarcerated Parents

Star basketball player Sean Kilpatrick visits CPNYC for an inspirational day.

This April, NBA star Sean Kilpatrick joined Starbucks employees, Sharon Content and additional volunteers in beautifying the Children of Promise, NYC (CPNYC) headquarters. Between an afternoon of painting, gardening and spring cleaning, the Brooklyn Nets player met with CPNYC participants and encouraged them to "keep following your dreams." 

VIBE | Children of Promise, NYC Restores Relationships Between Children & Their Incarcerated Parents

VIBE

Sharon Content, President and Founder of CPNYC, spoke with VIBE about the birth of the organization and the moment she realized the tremendous need to support children of incarcerated parents.

ABC | Secret Millionaire

ABC Secret Millionaire

In Season 3, Episode 7 of ABC’s Secret Millionaire, entrepreneur Sean Belnick travels to Brooklyn, seeking organizations worthy of donations where he discovers Sharon Content and CPNYC.

Watch the full episode below on ABC.