Queens Councilman
Links with Wildcat
to Clear District of Graffiti
New York City Council Member Robert Holden
and Wildcat partnered to clean buildings marked with graffiti in several Queens neighborhoods with its Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP), after an increase in spray paint and vandalism incidents.
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The Path Forward
The Path Forward:
A Message from Christine McMahon,
President and CEO of our parent company,
The Fedcap Group
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Wildcat Helps Deliver
Food to Seniors
New York City Council Member Ben Kallos
and Wildcat helped seniors
stay safe at home by delivering food to their apartments.
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Our Mission

Our mission is to shift systems to create opportunities for individuals and communities that have been impacted by the criminal legal system.

Our Philosophy

Holistic, person-centered services rooted in restorative practices are central to fostering long-term individual and societal change.

Our Approach

We identify systems deficits to create responses that address individual needs and make space for broad-based change.

Articles of Interest

City Alternative to Incarceration Program Expands

Wildcat is pleased to partner with The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) as it expands expanding its successful Alternative to Incarceration (ATI) programming, increasing the number of providers and programs across the City through millions in new investments.

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