• BronxWorks

    helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being.  From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community.

  • Feed

    In 2014, we fed the people of the Bronx over 475,000 well-balanced meals.

    Read more about how else we feed our community.

  • Shelter

    In 2014, we made sure 18,400 people were not evicted from their homes.

    Read more about how else we shelter our community.

  • Teach

    In 2014, we prepared 125 high school seniors for college.  We helped them obtain $1.5 million in grants and scholarships.

    Read more about how else we teach our community.

  • Support

    In 2014, we provided case management, harm reduction, and more to 1,500 people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses.

    Read more about how else we support our community.

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Take a "Dip" Against Homelessness with BronxWorks and BronxNet

On Saturday, February 11th, the Bronx Polar Bears will be at Orchard Beach for their seventh annual winter swim. The team will brave the frigid waters of Long Island Sound to raise awareness about homelessness. The team, which includes BronxNet executive director Michael Max Knobbe, has once again joined with BronxWorks to organize the third annual Dip Against Homelessness.

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Ride For BronxWorks in the TD Five Boro Bike Tour

BronxWorks is once again a charity partner in the TD Five Boro Bike Tour, America’s largest cycling event. On Sunday, May 7th, 2017, 32,000 people will ride over 40 miles of car-free streets through all 5 boroughs in New York City. The money raised through this event will support children’s programs at our shelters for homeless families.

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John Leguizamo Visits BronxWorks!

BronxWorks was honored to welcome actor John Leguizamo to the Carolyn McLaughlin Community Center along with Altice Optimum Internet Service to highlight the importance of affordable internet access. Speaking to a full gym of adults and children from the community, John Leguizamo was both hilarious and inspirational and gave the kids one piece of advice for being successful: "Read as much as you can."

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