Finding a Way 39 Young Men’s & Young Women’s Hebrew Association of the Bronx The mission of the Young Men’s & Young Women’s Hebrew Association of the Bronx Riverdale is to be a hub to bring together the Jewish and wider community. The organization offers social, cultural, educational, health, and wellness programs to members of all ages in the local community. A well-established 501(c)(3) in the greater Riverdale, New York community, the organization also offers services to low- income individuals, including a hot lunch and subsidized health and wellness classes. Jeffrey Moerdler has handled a wide variety of matters for the organization over the years. Jennifer DiMarco prepared an affirmative action plan, Jessica Catlow and Jonathan Passner did various agreements, David Alin assisted with a financing for the organization and handled several grant applications, Breton Leone-Quick advised on a document retention policy, and Brian Coughlin has handled immigration matters for the organization’s staff. women of color in the legal profession. Women of Color in Law was incorporated to formalize Judge Johnson’s vision to assist people of color, especially women, in the legal community to succeed and to provide opportunities for fellowship and mentoring. Edye Bauer worked closely with Judge Johnson and a number of women to refine its vision and incorporate Women of Color in Law as a nonprofit public benefit corporation. Mintz Levin continues to work with the organization to secure its tax-exempt status. The firm remains an important sponsor of Women of Color in Law, and Edye continues her involvement as a member of its board of directors. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom UN Office Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom UN Office is a nonprofit organization whose principal goal is to achieve through peaceful means world disarmament, full rightsforwomen,racialandeconomicjustice,andanendtoall forms of violence. It does this primarily by publicly endorsing actions initiated by aligned groups and issuing statements at the national and international level. Mintz Levin worked with the organization’s personnel in New York and Geneva to form a New York not-for-profit corporation and secure its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. Attorneys from the firm also assisted the organization with developing its corporate bylaws, conflicts of interest policy, and other compliance matters to ensure that its activities remain consistent with its charitable aims and purposes and requirements relating to maintaining its tax-exempt status going forward.