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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Community Civic Engagement Calendar for Families

Citizen Squirrel presents a fun calendar of activities for families and New Yorkers of all ages looking to get more civically active. This year, make it your business to impact decisions in your community!

Type: General Resources

Criminal Justice Reform Phrase Guide

Getting active on Criminal Justice Reform or just want to discuss the topic intelligently? Here are The Opportunity Agenda's five tips for language that changes hearts and minds.

Type: General Resources

Why You Should Recycle Your Car (and How You Can)

Automobile recycling isn't discussed much when we talk about reusing and recycling, but not for lack of potential to positively impact on the environment. If you're considering getting rid of that old jalopy, why not recycle?

Type: General Resources

Brooklyn Queens Land Trust Resource Guide for Community Gardeners

Are you a budding or experienced community gardener? The Brooklyn Queens Land Trusts's Resource Guide for Community Gardeners can support your educational and community-building goals for stewarding community gardens!

Type: General Resources

The NYC Green Book - Directory of Municipal Officials

You can use this official NYC resource to find out who to talk to about your community concerns, and how they can help! More information can be found in our Navigating City Government workshop.

Type: General Resources

Low-Cost Event Spaces for Nonprofits and Community Groups

This list, compiled by the Gay Center, is also based on resources gathered by the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York. Smaller, more intimate workshop spaces costing as little as $12/hour are listed in addition to larger, more expensive performance spaces.

Type: General Resources

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