Non profit organizations in Albany, NY - Page 1

Find non profit organizations in Albany, NY. Listings include New York State AFL-CIO, Environmental Advocates NY, Frack Action, Excelsior College, New York State Trooper Foundation and Citizen Action of New York. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 11/27/21
    The final part of the ABC Quick Check is looking your bike over for any damage or loose bolts/screws. Take the bike for a quick spin around the block, listening for any strange noises that could indic...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/27/21
    Perform an ABC Quick Check before riding. The Quick is for quick releases, which many bikes are equipped with today to keep the hubs tight in the frame. Make sure those are tightly closed and are clos...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/27/21
    Perform an ABC Quick Check before riding. The C is for Chain. Do your best to keep your chain clean, silvery & shiny. Apply appropriate lubricant regularly & wipe off the excess so it doesn’t get gunk...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/27/21
    Perform an ABC Quick Check before riding. The B is for Brakes, the most important part of your bike. Make sure you can stop your wheels when the brakes are applied. Replace the brake pads if they are ...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/27/21
    Perform an ABC Quick Check before riding. The A is for Air. Make sure your tires are firm, which guards against flats. Pump up your tires once a week towards the top of their recommended PSI range, wh...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/27/21
    You don’t have to be a mechanic to ride your bike. But every rider should learn to give their bike a quick look over before riding, just to make sure everything is in working order. The goal is to cat...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/27/21
    If you can’t make it to the Festival of Trees in person, you can still support Prospect Center online! Visit https://event.gives/festivaltrees2021 or text ‘festivaltrees2021’ to 843.606.5995 to purc...
    > Center for Disability Services
  • 11/26/21
    What do all these pictures have in common? They all came from our #Fit5NY Group! Join us at bit.ly/Fit5NY for fitness updates, healthy meal ideas, and positivity.
    > Special Olympics New York
  • 11/26/21
    We want to thank our community for helping us feed over 900 families this Thanksgiving! Thanks to our donors and volunteers, we were able to collect food, pack bags, and deliver meals to over 900 fam...
    > Capital District YMCA
  • 11/26/21
    Don't forget to do your Black Friday and Cyber Monday Amazon shopping via this link: smile.amazon.com/ch/14-1425851 Amazon will donate to the Center at no extra cost to you only when you shop through ...
    > Center for Disability Services
  • 11/26/21
    Want to help Special Olympics New York swimmer Rebecca Shook get to Special Olympics USA Games? Buy a custom-made bracelet! Learn more about Rebecca and her crafts in this WTEN story!
    > Special Olympics New York
  • 11/26/21
    Riding at night is more dangerous than riding during the day. It’s a great idea to ride slower at night, giving yourself more time to stop if necessary. Also be sure to never enter an intersection at ...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/26/21
    Reflectors or reflective tape on moving parts really make you stand out at night, letting motorists know there’s a cyclist in front of them when visibility is poor. Reflective material on your helmet,...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition
  • 11/26/21
    It is generally agreed that having the red rear light blink is fine. But the white front light should be steady. If riding where there is inadequate street lighting, it’s a great idea to have 2 front ...
    > New York Bicycling Coalition