Arts education through the Young Artist Institute, which trains youth ages 3 – 21 in music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and computer programming.
Community Services Program providing afterschool, summer camp, workforce development, senior, gardening and healthy food services.
Youth development programs for court-involved Brownsville residents, including community benefit projects, anti-violence programming, and paid internships.
Public speaking and anti-violence program that helps Brownsville youth residents build self-esteem and improve academic achievement.
Programming to strengthen the capacity of small non-profit organizations.
Student Success Center at Thomas Jefferson Educational Campus in East New York.
Internships and externships for youth grades 9-12 to operate two farms and farmers’ markets, provide gardening assistance at community gardens across East New York, and learn about nutrition and healthy eating.
College prep program in East New York serving youth grades 9-12 to help them achieve their post-secondary goals.
Academic and sports training for middle school girls.
Support to strengthen the capacity of La Finca del Sur, the first woman-led urban farm in the Bronx.
Support for College Access Programs offering high school students SAT preparation and assistance with all aspects of the college admissions process.
Expansion of the Center’s healthy food buying club and cooking demonstrations.
Establishment of urban farm in Brownsville that will employ residents and operate weekly farm stands, afterschool and nutrition programming.
Year-long training in computer coding and software design for youth to support The Bronx Digital Pipeline.
Support for the Blank Plate Empowered Meals Project to help prevent diet-related diseases in the South Bronx by improving food access at the neighborhood level.
Community-based running program that builds, strengthens and maintains supportive interpersonal relationships for physical activity and behavioral changes.