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Who We Are:

Our membership-based coalition is composed of nonprofit organizations that provide services to the Bronx community.

How Does It Work:

Participating organizations from all over the Bronx leverage resources and share best practices to help improve volunteer recruitment and retention. Our Coalition seeks to connect Bronx residents with opportunities to volunteer within their neighborhood.

Member Organizations

Bi Habawalk Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC
BJCC Bronx Long Term Recovery Group
Bronx Museum of the Arts Bronx River Alliance
BronxWorks Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of NY
Catholic Guardians Services Citizen Schools
City Harvest Supermarket Study COMMUNITY TAX AID, INC.
COMTO-NY For My People Empowerment Inc.
G.I.V.E. Getting Involved Virginia Avenue Efforts Inc. GRID Alternatives
Harlem RBI Homes for the Homeless NYC
Hunts Point Workforce 1 Career Center JASA
Joshua and Caleb Ministries, Inc. Jumpstart
La Fuente Learning Leaders
LIFT the Bronx Literacy INC
Mentoring USA MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care
New York Cares New York Restoration Project
Organizing for Action Part of the Solution
Phipps Community Development Corporation Pre K For All- DoE
Princess for a lifetime Reach Out and Read Morris Heights Health Center
Reading Partners South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SoBRO)
South Bronx United St. Mary’s Development Center for Children and Families, Inc.
St. Peter’s Deliverance Center Sustainable South Bronx
Transportation Alternatives TriLatino Triathlon Club Inc
Van Cortlandt Park Conservancy Wave Hill
Westchester Square Partnership WHEDco
Williamsbridge Oval Recreation Center Young Women on the Rize Inc.,
Youth 4 Votes

Featured Neighborhoods

Crotona Park East

Crotona Park East is a neighborhood in the south Bronx. It’s unique ranch-style homes were funded by Assemblyman Louis Nine, after whom a major street in the neighborhood is named.

Eastchester

Eastchester is in the northeast Bronx, on the border of Westchester County. It’s main thoroughfare is Boston Road, and it has a woodland, wetland, and bird sanctuary in Seton Falls Park.

Mott Haven

Mott Haven is a neighborhood in the south Bronx, on the Harlem River and the Bronx Kill waterway. It is home to the Bronx’s oldest church and first organic market.