Be a Tourist in Your Own Neighborhood!

Harlem One Stop has just launched Explore Harlem NYC - the single best source of inspiration for exploring Harlem.
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God and Guns

 The Riverside Church in the City of New York, along with a growing list of partners, will host an intensive training on gun violence for faith leaders of all traditions beginning the evening of October 6 through the evening of October 7, 2016.…

Morningside Lights: TRAVERSE

Morningside Lights: TRAVERSE kicks off September 17, inviting community members to create literary lanterns inspired by 100 years of Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry. This year's edition of Morningside Lights will literally illuminate favorite…

A Long Journey to Ownership Nears Its Goal

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The Riverside Church Seeds New Social Justice-Based Investment Strategy

Strategy Targets Urban Minority- Owned and Operated Businesses Committed to ‘Open Door’ Hiring Read more >

Volunteers Needed for Harlem Fine Arts Show on February 5-6

The Harlem Fine Arts Show is coming to Riverside in early February! Volunteers are needed to work four-hour shifts covering set-up and the event itself.

Grand Opening - Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling

Grand Opening: Saturday, October 3rd The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling provides our culturally rich neighborhood with a space where children and their families grow and learn about Sugar Hill, and about the world…
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Paula Mayo and the Interchurch Center featured on Positive Community

The Interchurch Center, home to 76 different non-profit organizations is one of NYC's best kept secrets. Originally unveiled in 1958 by President Dwight Eisenhower, the center's unique mission was of a place where Christians, Jews, and Muslims…
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A Guide to Student Hiring and Interns

Guide to Student Hiring and Engagement Resources for Your Organization - COMPREHENSIVE PRINT VERSION Morningside Heights is a unique community where academic institutions and nonprofit organizations learn and work together. Among our many…
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Child Care and Schooling Resources

Columbia University's Office of Work-Life publishes up-to-date information about child care resources in the surrounding community and hosts events including the Schools of Value (Spring) and Child Care Fair (Fall). The Office's Pre-K and…

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY HOSTS NYC URBAN DEBATE LEAGUE PANEL ON THE IMPACT OF URBAN DEBATE

Columbia University will be hosting the New York City Urban Debate League on Wednesday for a lecture on the impact of Urban Debate. In the past several years the New York City Urban Debate League has had huge impacts at Columbia from workshops,…
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Columbia University’s Community Scholars Program

Columbia University’s Community Scholars Program is seeking nominations and applications for its next class; the deadline is Thursday, April 30, 2015. The program, one of the benefits associated with the Manhattanville Campus Expansion, offers…

St. Mary’s Manhattanville - Saturday Outreach Meal Distributor

The Outreach Soup Kitchen serves 80 to 90 homeless individuals each Saturday afternoon. Teams of volunteers prepare bag lunches, including hot soup in the winter, and take them to people on the streets and in parks in Harlem. Volunteers and…
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The Riverside Church Safe Haven

As we begin 2015, we take another step forward in our faith journey as a community – another step in fulfilling our mission to care for those on the margins of our society – and we are blessed with an opportunity to offer an expression…