Planting Day

Leave It Better Online

Leaving NYC Students Better Equipped to Navigate Life during the COVID-19 Crisis

NEEDS: $0 of 18,593
in the garden

Support food justice in Uptown Manhattan!

Help the WHIN Food Council continue its food justice mission and to provide workshops, garden, and distribute free fresh produce to the community. As COVID-19 has decimated our grant funding, we need your support!

NEEDS: $0 of 5,191 + Volunteers

Supporting NYC's Immigrant Students During COVID-19

Glasswing's work with underserved populations in New York City continues to address inequities by focusing on critical areas of support, such as meeting basic needs and access to virtual support networks.

NEEDS: $0 of 10,000

Father Fagan Park 2020 Flower Fund

During these challenging times, fresh air, flowers, and the opportunity for respite feel more critical than ever.  

NEEDS: $0 of 11,170 + Volunteers

Two Bridges Elites: More than just basketball

Our basketball mission instills the values of accountability, community and teamwork by accepting all local youth that try out, providing free play and open gym space and requiring 20+ volunteer hours.

NEEDS: $0 of 19,755
Women's Fearless Fundamental Pack

Fearless Fundamental Packs

Fearless Fundamentals provide domestic violence survivors in shelters basic supplies for hygiene.

NEEDS: $0 of 255

BlackSpace Urbanist Collective

BlackSpace demands a present and future where Black people, Black spaces, and Black culture matter and thrive.

NEEDS: $0 of 125,000
NYC EDC / NYC DOT Harlem Station Project

Advocacy In Action 2019: Uptown Grand Central

Uptown Grand Central is a 501c3 nonprofit that works to create a thriving East 125th Street in partnership with our local small businesses, health and cultural institutions, property owners and residents.

NEEDS: $0 of 20,655 + Volunteers

Hike the Heights 15

Join the resistance and support community joy! This annual celebration is only possible with generous support of neighbors and friends like you.
 
 

NEEDS: $0 of 2,525 + Volunteers
The Swimmer

Parks, Pools and The People

Two 1968 films — Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One and The Swimmer — set the stage for discussion about conflicting visions of the American Commons, with a focus on the history of Central Park.

NEEDS: $0 of 10,797 + Volunteers

Harlem Dance Club presents: MOTHERSHIP TWO

MOTHERSHIP TWO is an interactive voyage of music and dance that unites performers with the public in a free day-long celebration of community and inclusion.

       

NEEDS: $0 of 7,720 + Volunteers
Youth learn together and teach each other

Martin Luther King, Jr. Chess Club

Our chess club meets weekly and teaches our youth critical thinking skills, self-discipline and self-esteem.  

NEEDS: $0 of 545 + Volunteers

BlackSpace

BlackSpace demands a present and future where Black people, Black spaces, and Black culture matter and thrive.

NEEDS: $0 of 5,435

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