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Migdol makes donation to fund dedicated to educating children.

Five thousand dollars has been donated on behalf of The Migdol Family Foundation to St. Aloysius Education Clinic, a Harlem-based non-profit organization, which is dedicated to providing educational and cultural programs to children aged 3-21, borough-wide, focusing on academic improvement, technological advancement, cultural enhancement, and mentoring.

In addition, principals of the Migdol Organization, Gerald S. Migdol and Aaron Migdol, have been invited to join the Clinic's prestigious Board of Directors.

The Migdol Foundation was formed by Jerry and Sheri Migdol in 2005 from their real estate enterprises in low and middle income housing. Its purpose it to 'give back' to residents of the South Bronx and Harlem.

The St. Aloysius Education Clinic is dedicated to providing educational and other programs to children with the conviction that education and opportunity are inextricably linked. Founded in 1979, when programs were initiated in Public School 92 and St. Aloysius, The Clinic, has since expanded from a small community based organization into a thriving education clinic, which serves children from all boroughs of the city, Nassau, Rockland and Westchester counties and Northern New Jersey.

"We are delighted to welcome Jerry and Aaron to our Board," said Beth Petit, the executive director of the clinic.
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