Recap from Volunteer of the Year Awards 2017!

Help recognize someone making a difference!

John Doyle (City Island Volunteer & Activist)

Make a difference in the Bronx!

Be a hero in the Boogie Down Bronx! Join our website and find a variety of opportunities from our partnered agencies. Volunteer opportunities range from mentoring to planting a community garden. So make a difference and give back to the Bronx community
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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

#HashtagLunchbagBX AHRC NYC
American Cancer Society American Red Cross at Hunter College
Artsmith Back on My Feet
Behind the Book Bi Habawalk
Big Apple Greeter Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC
BJCC Bronx Community Health Network
Bronx Community Solutions Bronx Connect
Bronx Debate League Bronx Long Term Recovery Group
Bronx Museum of the Arts Bronx NHS
Bronx River Alliance Bronx Youth Center – The Door
BronxWorks BUILD: NYC
BUILD: NYC Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of NY
Catholic Guardians Services Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY-Long Term Care Ombudsman Program
Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY-Long Term Care Ombudsman Program Christ Disciples International Ministries, Inc
Citizen Schools City Harvest
CitySquash COMMUNITY TAX AID, INC
COMMUNITY TAX AID, INC. COMTO-NY
Creative LifeStyles, Inc Directions for Our Youth, Inc.
Eat nYc The Bronx Food And Wine Festival For My People Empowerment Inc.
Friends of Mosholu Parkland Friends of Pelham Parkway
G.I.V.E. Getting Involved Virginia Avenue Efforts Inc. GallopNYC
Gamma Nu Delta Good Counsel Homes
GreenThumb-NYC Parks GRID Alternatives
GrowNYC, Greenmarket Harlem RBI
Harvest Home Farmer\’s Market Homes for the Homeless NYC
iMentor J&S Caring Food Pantry
JASA Joshua and Caleb Ministries, Inc.
Jumpstart Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
La Fuente Ladies About Community Elevation
Lantern Community Services Learning Leaders
LIFT the Bronx Literacy INC
LiveonNY Make-A-Wish Metro NY
Masa Mentoring USA
MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care Neighborhood SHOPP, Inc.
New Settlement Apartments New York Cares
New York City Coalition Against Hunger New York Common Pantry
New York Restoration Project NYC Parks Stewardship
Organizing for Action Part of the Solution
PATHHSEO People for Cory Moore
Phipps Community Development Corporation Pre K For All- DoE
Princess for a lifetime PSS (Presbyterian Senior Services)
R.A.I.N. Inc. Reach Out and Read Morris Heights Health Center
Read Ahead Reading Partners
Rocking the Boat Sapna NYC
South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SoBRO) South Bronx United
Special Citizens Futures Unlimited St. Mary’s Development Center for Children and Families, Inc.
St. Peter’s Deliverance Center Sustainable South Bronx
The Bronx is Blooming The Children’s Aid Society
The City Tutors The HopeLine
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Community Services Center of The Bronx, Inc. The Women Worldwide Initiative
The Women’s Housing & Economic Development Corporation Transportation Alternatives
TriLatino Triathlon Club Inc United By Blue
University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP) Van Cortlandt Park Conservancy
VIP Community Services Wave Hill
Westchester Square Art Center Westchester Square Partnership
WHEDco Williamsbridge Oval Recreation Center
Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation World Cares Center
World Vision Greater New York Young Women on the Rize Inc.,
Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.

Featured Neighborhoods

Co-op City

Co-op City is in the northeast Bronx. It is named after it’s cooperative housing development, which is the largest in the world.

Highbridge

Highbridge, in the south Bronx on the Harlem River, is named after the High Bridge which connects Manhattan and the Bronx and is the oldest surviving bridge in New York City.

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.