Wildcat’s Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP) provides work-readiness, job training and employment services. Working in partnership with NYC Council Members and members of the New York State Senate, NIP’s friendly and dedicated work teams – recognizable in their bright green shirts – provide comprehensive cleaning services to ensure cleaner, safer neighborhoods and Business Improvement Districts.
Wildcat responds to 311 calls dispatched from NYC Service, a division of the Office of the Mayor to clear snow from driveways, steps and sidewalks at the homes of elderly and disabled NYC residents, who would otherwise be homebound. Wildcat also introduced an e-waste recycling disposal program that serves senior citizens and people with disabilities. Our crews also pick up used electronic devices including computers and television sets at the homes of constituents that are then refurbished and donated to other nonprofit agencies or disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.
NIP services increase property values, improve retail sales and decrease commercial vacancy rates. Outsource your entire cleanup, maintenance and beautification program to Wildcat, or let us staff your own program.
Working in partnership with NYC Council Members and members of the New York State Senate, NIP crews have improved business districts and neighborhoods throughout New York City and enhanced the quality of life for district residents.
The importance of the work that Fedcap and Wildcat have undertaken cannot be overstated. We have seen ‘the power of possible’ as our streets are made cleaner, beautification efforts are undertaken, and the quality of life in our community is increased.
This partnership has helped to serve our business corridors, residential communities, and provides employment opportunities for local workers. Additionally, during the harsh winter months, Fedcap and Wildcat provided crucial snow removal services to our seniors, keeping their homes accessible and safe. They deserve our thanks for these efforts.
To promote vibrant communities, streets and homes must reflect an atmosphere that is attractive to residents and visitors alike. Keeping true to this sentiment, I happily funded the Wildcat Service Corporation’s Neighborhood Improvement Program to help keep the 31st Council District clean based on their strong track record of community improvement. I am proud to sponsor such a hard-working organization dedicated to the wellbeing and quality of life of our city and I hope to continue our partnership for many years to come.
Wildcat’s partnership with our office has been a resounding success for the quality of life in District 31,” said Council Member Donovan Richards. “When we call, they jump into action and immediately improve the situation to keep our neighborhoods in the beautiful condition that our residents deserve. Our office cannot be thankful enough for the efforts of this excellent organization.
The work of Wildcat has significantly enhanced the quality of life for the residents, families and business owners of our district. The beautification and supplemental sanitation services provided by this nonprofit organization represents a highly effective use of resources. Wildcat’s services have led to cleaner neighborhoods, business districts, and prompt snow removal – a welcome gift to our senior and or disabled residents. The work teams that participate in the Neighborhood Improvement Program are polite and thorough, and the management staff prompt and well organized. We are grateful for this high quality, important work, and look forward to a long and productive relationship going Forward.
Wildcat has been an incredible partner in helping to keep the streets of Eastern Queens clean; the organization has worked with my office to handle an assortment of quality of life issues, from trash collection to removal of illegal street signs.
Wildcat crews have participated in emergency response, recovery and cleanup activities throughout some of the worst natural disasters in the city’s history
Wildcat’s work in partnership with NYC Council Members and NY State Senators has received news coverage throughout the city. Below are links to some of these articles.