TRC seeks to harness the wisdom of community
to heal the disconnect amongst its members.
As Alysia and I sit in our Newburgh HQ and look back over the last eight months, we are in awe of what TRC team members have accomplished.
In this holiday season, we are filled with gratitude for the team and board members who have volunteered countless hours to actualize a community-based model for restorative justice. The photos below highlight the depth and magnitude of the work we are doing.
We are committed to keeping The Newburgh Model and our trainings available to our community free of charge. We ask that you support our work by making a tax deductible donation. We also appreciate that you forward our information to family, friends and co-workers who would be in a position to support our mission. — Donate now.
And to all our supporters who have provided space, food, money, and hours of volunteered time — it is an honor to share this journey with you all. We are humbled by the overwhelming support you have already given.
Elizabeth Chase Toksu assists training in the Bronx.
New Circle Keeper, Sandra Reyes, Director of the Cadwell Soup Kitchen, hosted us.
Board of Directors Tajuana Johnson, President • Daniel N. Arshack, V.P. • Peter Simon, Tres./Sect. John Delk • Jean Koerner • Jennifer Parmelee Hara Robrish-Fischbein • Manish Srivastava
Program Team Shailly Agnihotri, Founder/E.D. • Alysia Mazzella, Program Administration Patricia Borelli • Cynthia Pong, Director of Training
Tisha M. Ford • Melissa Jhunja Annie Levin • Elizabeth Chase Toksu