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an immediate need­-based program that primarily serves our neighbors experiencing homelessness.

Temporary relief stations are set up throughout the city where hot meals, clothing, personal hygiene items, blankets, prayer, and referrals to emergency shelters and other programs are provided. This program not only meets the needs of our most vulnerable neighbors, but also provides resources so that all New Yorkers may have the opportunity to pursue their dreams.

Harlem Restore
Marcus Garvey Park
Corner of 124th St. + Madison Ave.
Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 PM
*Volunteers arrive at 5:15 PM



A weekly dinner hosted right in our community neighborhoods.

Community Dinners serve to give our neighbors the opportunity to come together and build authentic, healthy community.

Spring Community Dinners will begin April 11, 2019.

Elliott Chelsea Community Dinner
Hudson Guild Community Center
26th St. b/t 9th + 10th Ave.
Thursdays 6:30-7:30 PM

Wagner Community Dinner
More Information Coming Soon

Kings Community Dinner
Kings Community Center
2 W. 115th St. b/t 5th + Lenox Ave.
Fridays 6:30-7:30 pm

Fulton Community Dinner
More Information Coming Soon



a program that connects volunteers to clients throughout the city and facilitates weekly visits to their homes.

Visits serves predominantly the elderly community and single parent families.  Each in­-home visit is sculpted to fit the needs of each particular client. These visits range from something as simple as sitting around and having a conversation or meeting a tangible need,  to deep ­cleaning the client’s home. Each day thousands of our lonely neighbors go unseen, but our visits program is working to change that.

Our Visits program runs weekly Thursday through Saturday, 1 to 3 PM.



a family support program tailored to families residing in public housing communities.

By throwing block parties and holding free weekly community markets ­we are able to provide families with much needed household goods while showing our neighbors the respect and dignity they deserve. Creating a fun “block party” atmosphere gives space for relationships to build, humanity to thrive, and true community to form. 

Our spring Adopt-A-Block Programs will resume March 2019.