The Doe Fund

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East Williamsburg »

Their baked goods are now available at the Bushwick Food Coop and Bushwick Farmers Market.

Upper East Side »

The Department of Sanitation has agreed to increase garbage pickup at the busy corridor.

Upper East Side »

Residents have regularly complained about trash building up on sidewalks.

Midtown »

The mayor met with top officials as he faced criticism this summer about homelessness.

Upper West Side »

DOE Fund staffers will focus on cleaning and bagging trash along Broadway. 

Upper West Side »

Starting Oct. 1, workers from The DOE Fund will bag overflowing trash barrels and pick up litter.

Rego Park »

The paint on the current mural on 63rd Drive is peeling off.

Gramercy »

After offering free cleaning services since 2011, the Doe Fund has left Gramercy Park.

Upper East Side »

George McDonald and his wife had been accused of taking loans in her dad's name.

Long Island City »

Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $65,000 to bring street cleaning teams to the neighborhood.

Upper East Side »

At a recent Community Board 8 committee meeting, residents feared a worsening sanitation situation.

Upper East Side »

The East 86th Street Association has rallied to clean up trash after the Doe Fund's departure.

Upper East Side »

The Doe Fund has stopped cleaning East 86th Street Commercial District, citing Hurricane Sandy.

Woodside »

The Doe Fund has been introduced in Woodside to help maintain street cleanliness.