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Harlem owner backs Hillary.

In an exclusive event that brought together an impressive assemblage of East Harlem's officials, professionals and residents, The Migdol Organization sponsored a Hillary Clinton fundraiser at Don Pedro's restaurant on 96th Street and Second Avenue recently.

As one of Harlem's leading owners, developers and managers of low and middle income housing, The Migdol Organization says it is strategically positioned to forge a unique bridge between the Senator and her constituents in Harlem because of the activities of its three non-profits: Edu CARE, Asthma CARE, and Senior CARE.

The Migdol Organization's activities, which are bringing about qualitative changes in the lives of Harlem residents, particularly resonate with Clinton, who is deeply concerned about the well-being of her East Harlem and Latin community constituents.

"It's gratifying to be supported by this very special community," said Clinton. "I'm so impressed with the Migdol's business model of a truly diverse firm that combines profit and non-profit businesses in one organization.

"It's wonderful to see that The Migdol Organization is taking a leadership role in addressing the health, education and welfare of Harlem's citizens through the initiatives of its businesses and not-for-profits."
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