Mayor de Blasio today celebrated the first Community Scholarship donation since the citywide roll-out of New York City’s universal “Baby Bonds” program from Harlem to Hollis.
Mayor Bill de Blasio joined Chancellor Meisha Porter and kindergarteners from The Williamsburg Bridge Magnet School today to kick off New York City’s first-ever “Baby Bonds” program.
Adriano Espaillat easily fended off two challengers in Tuesday’s general election to win another term in Congress, NY1 projected.
BRICK Education Network (BEN) is among non-profit organizations and, the Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ), to join forces in the on-going Covid-19 response in hard-hit communities of color.
Success Academy announced to families and staff today that it will suspend on-campus learning and shift all 18,000 students to remote learning, starting Thursday, March 19, 2020, until further notice.
The Health Department today announced that 65 organizations that serve youth pledged to raise awareness about the dangers of menthol cigarettes and flavored e-cigarettes.
The Senate Democratic Majority will today celebrate Veterans Hall Of Fame Day in the Senate Chamber and will pass a legislative package to provide additional benefits, protections, and services to New York veterans from Harlem to Hollis.
KPMG’s Family for Literacy which seeks to eradicate childhood illiteracy will hold an event Thursday, March 23, 2017, to help to shine a light on the critical importance of books and reading, and get books into the hands of low income families.
NYC Service, in partnership with New York City Football Club, today hosted its Annual Speed Mentoring Event at the Club’s office in midtown Manhattan.
Senator Adriano Espaillat, Council Members Ydanis Rodriguez and Mark Levine, the Armory Foundation and New York Road Runners announce the free fifth annual Uptown Games, to be held Sunday (April 3rd) at The Armory New Balance Track & Field Center.
Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira knows he’s lucky to play baseball for a living. So when he’s not working in the Bronx, he’s using the sport he loves to help kids just over the borough border in Manhattan.
Harlem Children’s Zone wants the children it serves to dream big. To inspire them, the organization hung portraits of Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey over the stage at a recent preschool graduation.
Bringing the investment community together while investing in the future of young people in East Harlem , is responsible business. The concept behind long term growth, parallels the work of the Harbor which works with children beginning at pre-school age and develops educational programs and strategies for life long learning and success.