Miracle on Craig St @ Carver: Annual Fundraiser
A Holiday Giving Experience


Join us on Dec 17th as we celebrate the Miracles of Past, Present and Future of Carver Community Center. Over lite brunch bites, miracle mimosas and music we will explore the vision of Miracle on Craig Street @ Carver and how this passion project will change something in the community that is bigger than us all. True Juice cafe, a local Black owned enterprise, will host our gathering with food provided by a former Carver Center kid, Wale Cooper of Chef Coop. Expect to shop our auction items as we gear up for the holidays, purchase a “Community of Miracles” tile to be a part of Carvers history, meet Carver Center past goers and hear from those who are supporting seeing this grass rooted miracle grow to life. Most importantly, let’s toast to community, collaboration and cultivation! 

To say that the past two years of rehabilitating the historic community center have been a difficult one is an understatement. This pandemic has created near-insurmountable barriers and we are doing everything we can to ensure that Miracle on Craig Street will continue progressing towards our reopening. Our efforts to reopen the building and to continue to provide programming will only reach their maximum effectiveness with the backing of our community.

Please consider donating to help sponsor our event. 


By giving to the Carver Community Center you’ll be able to help us get one step closer to accomplishing our goal of reopening the community center. In appreciation of your anticipated donation, we would promote your company as the event’s official sponsor on our website and social media. Our tiered-level sponsors will receive VIP seating, your business logo on all event marketing materials, and a mosaic tile to be displayed on our community wall in Carver.


Miracle on Craig Street at Carver is a community center with the mission to root a culturally competent network of resources and opportunities that are focused on wellness for children and families in the Hamilton Hill neighborhood. Through doula services, literacy programs with a culturally relevant library, creative arts, a community kitchen, and more; the Carver Community Center will be Hamilton Hill’s holistic space.


If your company is interested in being our official event sponsor, please reach out to us at developmentatmoc@gmail.com or use this link to donate. Checks can also be mailed to PO Box 357, Schenectady NY 12301. Should you require a copy of our Federal Tax Exemption letter designating the Miracle on Craig Street at Carver, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization please feel free to contact me. We look forward to hearing from you and thank you in advance for your consideration of this request.