Human Services

Helping Hands for Immigrants Integration Inc

  • Bronx, NY
  • www.hhfii.org

Mission Statement

HHFii's mission is to improve access to, and the quality of services to immigrants thereby facilitating speedy integration in American society. Services include legal, healthcare, human development, housing, and research and communication.

Service Areas

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National

We do not have any limitations with respect to the geographic area served.  Clients contacts us from across the United States and some overseas countries.

ruling year

2002

Principal Officer

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Mr. Wayne Webb

Keywords

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immigrants, immigration, law, scholarship, job preparation, healthcare, newsletter, research, mentoring, tutoring, housing

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EIN

41-2030450

 Number

2424929176

Physical Address

3042 Wickham Avenue

Bronx, NY 10469 3218

Also Known As

HHFII

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Ethnic/Immigrant Services (P84)

Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (P99)

Ethnic/Immigrant Services (P84)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

Programs + Results

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Overview

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HHFii's goal is assist immigrants and children of immigrants to be assimilated in American society so that they can be contributors to the development of their families and communities. We will either provide the services or coordinate the provision of services to ensure that immigrants make a meaningful contribution and are not burdens to the state.

Programs

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Program 1

HHFii provides services across all its program areas. We have an undergraduate scholarship, coordinate healthcare services, assist with affordable housing identification, offer SAT prep classes, publish a quarterly newsletter "Immigrant Issues in the Spotlight" assist with job preparation and identification as well as providing assistance to college students in identifying internships and scholarships. All programs are small but growing. Currently we service a predominantlt Caribbean immigrant population but have clients from Latin America, Europe, and Asia. We rely heavily on volunteers and collaborative efforts with community and faith-based organizations to provide these services.

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Service Areas

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National

We do not have any limitations with respect to the geographic area served.  Clients contacts us from across the United States and some overseas countries.

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HELPING HANDS FOR IMMIGRANTS INTEGRATION INC.
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31

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Operations

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Helping Hands for Immigrants Integration Inc

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Mr. Wayne Webb

BIO

Mr. Webb, an immigrant to the United States is one of the founders of HHFii and has been its president since its incorporation. Before HHFii Mr. Webb worked in many not-for-profit organizations providing services in some of the areas HHFii now seeks to serve immigrants. He therefore comes to HHFii with a wealth of experience and knowledge in immigration law, housing, healthcare, education and education support services such as career counseling. He holds a masters in Human Resources Management from the New School University and Post Masters certifications in Training and Develpoment and Organizational Development. His BA was earbed from the University of th West Indies Mona where he majored in History and Sociology and minored in Human Resources Management and Psychology. He is noww preparing to study law. Mr. Webb is involved in the life of the community he serves. He is a member of serveral boards and has strong community ties with many community and faith-based organizations.

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