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A.A.T.I.L.I. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
OF TEACHERS OF ITALIAN LONG ISLAND
The mission of the American Association of Teachers of Italian, Long Island Chapter, is to promote the study, teaching and appreciation of Italian culture and language in academic and community settings. AATI-LI provides its members with a communicative network among colleagues and with various opportunities for professional growth, such as informational meetings, lectures, conferences, workshops and culturally enriching events. In addition, the organization awards scholarships to high school seniors who have excelled in Italian, and bestows the Dante Award on an individual in the community who has promoted Italian in a noteworthy way. (AATILI memebrs marching in the Columbus Day parade in NYC - Photo CiaoAmerica!)
ABRUZZO AND MOLISE HERITAGE SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON, DC
The Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society has as its mission the development and promotion of the cultural, social and educational heritage of the Abruzzo and Molise regions of Italy, and that of Italy in general. The Society also seeks to increase the awareness of the contributions in the fields of the arts and sciences made for the benefit of the people of the United States and the world by Italians and Italian-Americans, especially those having roots in the regions of Abruzzo and Molise.
ASSOCIAZIONE REGIONALE ABRUZZESE DELCO
L' Associazione Abruzzese Delco Ha Come Scopo E Goal Di Organizzare, creare, sviluppare e migliorare la comunita abruzzese Di stabilire, organizzare, mantenere, promuovere, di favorire relazioni sociali culturali, sportive, e tutte le attivita ricreative di qualunque genere Di coltivare sviluppare, mantenere lo spirito di cooperazione abruzzesi in Italia. / / To organize maintain, and conduct an association for the improvement and development of the Abruzzese communities in the United States. To organize, promote and conduct social, cultural, sports, health and recreational activities of all kinds. To cultivate, develop and maintain a spirit of cooperation between the Abruzzese communities in the United States and the region of Abruzzi in Italy.
A.C.I.M., AMERICAN COMMITTEE
ON ITALIAN MIGRATION
ACIM - a lay, non-profit organization founded in 1952 under the auspices of the Catholic Church has a proud record of accomplishments in the half century of its existence in the field of immigration. After ACIM's success in 1965 under the auspices of the National Catholic Resettlement Council, its legislative agenda was implemented to include the resettlement of the families benefiting from the new law. Development of a social services program began and exists to this day. Free services are rendered by the agency but funds for the program come from the public
AMERICAN ITALIAN CANCER FOUNDATION
AMERICAN ITALIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, LONG ISLAND REGIONAL CHAPTER
The American-Italian Coalition of Organizations, Inc. (AMICO) was formed in 1978 by a group of Italian-American civic leaders with a goal of advancing the interest of the city's two million residents of Italian descent. In the spring of 1979, AMICO was incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation and it was successful, that year, in obtaining city funded contracts to operate its day care program in Carroll Gardens and a senior citizens program in Bensonhurst/Borough Park. The AMICO Court Street Day Care Center serves 60 pre-school and 30 school-age children. The AMICO 59th Street Senior Center provides a full range of nutritional, educational, social and recreational services for approximately 400 older persons each day.
ASSOCIAZIONE NAZIONALE MARINAI D’ITALIA, GRUPPO DEL NEW JERSEY - ALBERTO BANFI