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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How to Volunteer as a Senior

This guide from the National Council for Aging Care showcases the many opportunities for - and benefits of - volunteering as a senior. As pillars of the community, volunteerism by Seniors can spur others to get out and help as well!

Type: General Resources

Earth911 Recycling Center Locator

With over 350 materials and 100,000+ listings, Earth911, one of North America's most extensive recycling databases, helps you to identify recycling locations for hundreds of different kinds of materials! All you need is the name of the material that you are recycling and zip code!

 

Type: General Resources

Downloadable Tree Bed Waste Reduction Signage

The Ocean by the Park Tree Club, a 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2018 Love Your Block grant recipient based in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn, has designed and is making avaiable fantastic tree bed waste reduction signs for download! Instructions are included!

Type: General Resources

12 Steps to Start a Community Beekeeping Project - Q Gardens

Learn the steps of starting a community beekeeping project from the experiences of Citizens Committee for New York City grantee, Q Gardens!

Type: General Resources

How To Start a Block Association

How do I start a block association? Learn about the steps you can take to build an effective and resilient block association.

Type: General Resources

To Be or Not To Be a 501c3?

See more details about the differences between incorporating, becoming a non profit, getting an EIN, and more.

Type: General Resources

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