Neighborhood Resources

Our online Neighborhood Resources is a collection of our favorite how-to guides, grant opportunities, workshops, city services and more. New York City is home to a wealth of resources—gather the tools to better your community here!

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Housing & Financial Organizing Programs

The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development's program and policy work are centered on promoting a progressive, comprehensive housing agenda for New York City’s neighborhoods.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Tenant Support for Residents in Midtown & East Manhattan

Eviction Intervention Services aims to prevent homelessness by keeping residents in their communities, preserving existing affordable housing, and promoting and supporting the construction of affordable housing for low, moderate and middle-income households.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Home Services for Residents in Central Brooklyn

The Pratt Area Community Council facilitates homeownership through a wide range of services and products such as financial education workshops, foreclosure prevention counseling and more.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Farming Workshops

The Youth Farm at the High School for Public Service offers free community workshops that cover everything from common garden techniques to healthy cooking to food justice.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Grants for Social Change

The Pollination Project gives $1,000 per day, 365 days a year, to an individual change-maker with a well thought out social change project. Funding categories include: environmental sustainability, justice, community health and wellness, and social change-oriented arts and culture.

Type: Grants & Funding Opportunities

NYCHA Gardening

The New York City Housing Authority's Garden & Greening Program provides free seeds, bulbs, compost, technical assistance and more to registered NYCHA gardens. Gardens must submit an application to the management office every year to qualify.

Type: City Services

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