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Isaac Toussie Supports New York City Police Athletic League (PAL) with Latest Community Donation

Timely donation from Isaac Toussie will further efforts to combat youth crime and improve community relations in New York City.
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    NEW YORK, NY, December 12, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Isaac Toussie is bringing attention to the critical role that Police Athletic Leagues play in strengthening communities across the country. His recent support for the New York City PAL is helping the organization expands its enrichment and athletic programs to meet fast changing needs.
Police Athletic Leagues have long aided relations between police forces and citizens. With programs ranging from basketball leagues to after school activities; PALs have been cited as crucial to breaking cycles of crime for at risk youth groups in the inner cities.

The leagues have evolved to offer mentor-ship, cultural and educational programs to serve a broader population base. This expansion of services has been facilitated by donors such as Isaac Toussie, as PALs primarily rely on private contributions to minimize impact on taxpayers.

New York's Police Athletic League is the city's largest non-profit youth organization, according to its website. Since 1914, the non-profit group has been instrumental to building inroads into dynamic demographics in America's most populous city.

With 5 rapidly transforming boroughs, New York City groups such as the PAL are rushing to adapt services for modern challenges. These include disparate crime trends across the vast city, including in youth related criminal activity. A commitment to proactively deter juvenile crime underpins many New York City PAL initiatives, according to the organization's website.

As a native of Brooklyn, Isaac Toussie is rallying support for increasing community involvement in an always shifting New York City.

His charitable work has included rebuilding the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center following devastation from Hurricane Sandy and support for the Kol Israel Congregation to promote family programs.

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