DOROT's goal is to alleviate social isolation and provide concrete services to older adults.
East Harlem Tutorial Program seeks to prepare students with academic skills, strength of character, and emotional well-being
Harlem Grown inspires youth to lead healthy, ambitious lives through mentorship and education in urban farming, sustainability, and nutrition.
Hunger Free America is the voice for 1,100 nonprofit food pantries in NYC and 1.4 million low-income New Yorkers who can’t afford enough food.
Jenny's Garden has a goal of promoting, creating, and maintaining access to community gardening, open space, and sustainability education.
Mandala Cafe is committed to providing access, dignity, and mutuality around issues of food & employment.
The Police Athletic League supports and inspires youth to realize their full individual potential as productive members of society.
Reading Partners is a national nonprofit dedicated to transforming struggling young readers into confident readers excited about learning.
CKP of West Harlem works to end hunger by organizing food, information and support for community survival, empowerment, and dignity.
The Metropolitan Council on Housing is New York City's oldest and most well established tenants union.
Family Programs Associate NYC
Family and Youth Senior Program Manager, NYC
Hannah Grossman is an educator and curriculum designer who believes that experiential, values-based teaching has the power to change the world. Previously, Hannah spent four years at Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn where she was the Assistant Director of the K-12 religious school.
Teen Program Associate, Manhattan
Micali is a former Serve the Moment service corps member, and works as a Religious School teacher in synagogues both within and outside of the city, thanks to virtual learning.
Regional Director, Northeast
Rachel has worked in education and non-profits for her entire career. A born-and-bred New Yorker, she is passionate about increasing access to quality education for young people.
Program Manager, Manhattan
Hailing from Harlem, New York, Saadiah (he/him) holds a B.A. from Brandeis University in History and American Studies. An avid fan of music, he developed a passion for a number of progressive issues while growing up as a young Jewish man of color and over the course of his college years.