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Our Care Center Locations

Manhattan Animal Care Center

326 East 110th Street (between 1st and 2nd Aves.)
New York, NY 10029
Shelter Hours: 8AM – 8PM, 7 days a week
Adoption Hours: Mon-Fri: 12-8pm, Sat Sun: 10am-6pm
Intake Hours: Open 24 hours for stray and owner surrender intakes
Closed on all Holidays and Training Days, as listed on the right side of this page.
Map Directions

Brooklyn Animal Care Center

2336 Linden Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11208
Shelter Hours: 8AM – 8PM, 7 days a week
Adoption Hours: Mon-Fri: 12-8pm, Sat Sun: 10am-6pm
Closed on all Holidays and Training Days, as listed on the right side of this page.
Map Directions

Staten Island Animal Care Center

3139 Veterans Road West
Staten Island, NY 10309
Shelter Hours: 8AM – 8PM, 7 days a week
Adoption Hours: Mon-Fri: 12-8pm, Sat Sun: 10am-6pm
Closed on all Holidays and Training Days, as listed on the right side of this page.
Map Directions

Queens Admissions Center

92-29 Queens Boulevard
Rego Park, NY 11374
Admissions Hours: 8AM – 8PM, 7 days a week
For services on other days and all adoption services, please visit the Brooklyn Care Center.

Closed on all Holidays, as listed below on the right side of this page.
Map Directions

Bronx Admissions Center

464 East Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
Admissions Hours: 8AM – 8PM, 7 days a week
For services on other days and all adoption services, please visit the Manhattan Care Center.

Closed on all Holidays, as listed below on the right side of this page.
Map Directions

Headquarters

Administrative Offices ONLY – No animals at this location

11 Park Place, Suite 805
New York, NY 10007

A new phone system and direct phone number for ACC (212.788.4000) is now in place. Voice prompts will allow callers to quickly find information about issues including pet adoptions. concerns about sick or injured stray animals. lost pets. making a donation. volunteering. as well as hours and ACC locations in both Spanish and English. There are also recorded pet care tips on feeding, grooming, housetraining, exercise, behavior and medical concerns .

Holiday Closings for 2016

Dropping-Off Donations

Did you know that you can donate items like blankets, toys and treats at any of our Animal Care Centers? It’s a great and convenient way to provide deserving homeless and abandoned pets in our care with items from our Wish List. To donate, just visit any one of our Animal Care Centers, drop-off your donation, and we’ll give you a receipt acknowledging your donation for your records. You may also order donations directly online through our Amazon WishList. and they will be delivered directly to us.


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A Bank Account With No Overdraft Fees

If you’re bedeviled by overdraft fees that can cost $25 to $35 a pop, try this: Get a bank or credit union account that is designed to prevent overdrafts. If your balance does go into the red, the financial institution won’t charge you a penalty.

The nation’s five largest banks—Bank of America, Chase, Citi, U.S. Bank, and Wells Fargo—now offer these so-called lower-risk accounts, which offer just about all the same services a regular checking account provides but do not charge overdraft fees.

Citi’s Access account, for example, provides a debit card for retail store and online purchases, free cash withdrawals at thousands of Citi ATMs, direct paycheck deposit and mobile check deposit. and online and mobile banking and bill-payment.

The monthly fee for this account at Citi is $10, but it’s easily waived if you have one direct deposit per month of your paycheck, pension, or Social Security or other government benefit, or make one online bill payment per month. At the other banks the monthly fee is around $5.

The main difference between these bank accounts and regular checking: You can’t write paper checks. That’s how the bank prevents overdraft fees; all of your banking is done electronically via the debit card, which allows the bank to disburse funds only up to the amount you have on deposit.

Not offering paper checks is less of a problem than it may seem, because America is well on its way to becoming a cashless society. With online bill-pay, for instance, you make payments electronically, and if the biller hasn’t yet gone digital, your bank or credit union will print and mail a paper check for you free—no checks, envelopes, or postage stamps to buy. With person-to-person (P2P) payments. you can send money digitally to virtually anyone.

How much did you spend last year on overdraft fees?

Tell us in the comments section below.

Hidden Advantage

If these lower-risk accounts sound a lot like prepaid cards, you’re right. They are prepaid cards. That’s exactly what Chase calls its Liquid card and what Wells Fargo calls its EasyPay card. The other three use names that don’t quite sound like either checking or prepaid: Citi Access. Bank of America SafeBalance Banking. and U.S. Bank Safe Debit Account .

In recent years, prepaid cards issued by American Express, Walmart, Green Dot, and other brands that you might not think of as banks have evolved to become more like checking accounts. With the exception of Chase, whose Liquid card ranked highly in our ratings of prepaid cards. these major banks are playing catch-up.

“Those leading the prepaid card bandwagon are credit unions, Walmart, Amex, and Chase,” says Mike Moebs, economist and CEO of Moebs Services, a Chicago-based consulting firm that tracks bank and credit union pricing and products. About 30 percent of credit unions offer prepaid cards vs. 18 percent of banks, according to Moebs’ latest survey of 3,800 financial institutions.

Banks offer one big advantage that makes their prepaid cards even more like checking: They maintain networks of branches and ATMs, where cash deposits can be made. Non-bank prepaid cards usually have no branches, so their cardholders have a harder time depositing cash to their accounts. Non-bank prepaid cards do have ATM networks, but cardholders usually cannot make cash deposits via those ATMs. Instead, they must rely on participating retailers, where they can load cash onto the cards.

Benefits for Low-Income Consumers

Lower-risk accounts might be a little hard to find because banks don’t always prominently promote them.

Banks offer these accounts to help low-income consumers, who often get snagged by overdraft fees that they can’t afford. That can push them away from traditional banks and into the arms of overpriced alternative financial service providers, such as check-cashing storefronts and car title lenders .

The lower-risk accounts can help re-open the doors to essential banking services for these underserved consumers. Last February, Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, urged the nation’s top 25 retail banks to offer and promote lower-risk accounts by featuring them prominently on their online checking account web pages and in their other marketing efforts.

The lack of marketing for these products has lessened their visibility, Cordray said, and the concern is that the consumers who need these accounts most don’t know they exist.

But when we looked at the five biggest banks’ checking account web pages in late September, using a California ZIP code to let the bank know our location, their lower-risk accounts were still hard to find. On Wells Fargo’s checking account web page, for example, the bank’s regular, interest, and rewards checking accounts were easy to find on the first page of the site. But we had to scroll down to the bottom of the page to find a link to EasyPay.

It was a similar situation when looking for Bank of America SafeBalance Banking and the U.S. BankSafe Debit Account. Chase Liquid was not even on the checking account menu. Citi, however, had the most prominent positioning. Its Access account was included in a comparison of all Citi checking accounts.

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The picturesque 18 hole championship golf course is well known and respected having been designed by Course Architect, Howard Swan, around a 43 acre Royal Forest .

It is a most attractive course to play offering many interesting features in a wide range of varying picturesque settings including water features on the 14 th. 16 th 18 th fairways. It offers challenging golf with advantages which reward the low handicap golfer whilst encouraging the higher handicapper. The course is to USGA Standard, 6455 yards, Par 71.

Buggy tracks have sympathetically been constructed around the whole course. There are practise putting and pitching greens, NEW state of the art floodlit driving range and full coaching facilities. Also available is Spikey’s Kafe + TV open from early morning, large modern pro shop and comfortable lounge bar with TV overlooking the 18th Green.

Your Local Worcester Golf Club

Besides our local Worcester, Bewdley and Kidderminster Members we welcome Pay and Play Golfers and Societies looking for Worcestershire Golf Club Courses.

Wharton Park is a fantastic golfing venue, we are sure you will enjoy every minute of your time with us.