• 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 2016, we fed the people of the Bronx over 600,000 well-balanced meals.

    Read more about how else we feed our community.

  • Shelter

    In 2016, our FEPS and HomeBase eviction prevention programs made sure 10,600 people were not evicted from their homes.

    Read more about how else we shelter our community.

  • Teach

    In 2016, we prepared 121 high school seniors for college.  We helped them obtain $2 million in grants and scholarships.

    Read more about how else we teach our community.

  • Support

    In 2016, our Immigration Legal Services helped 1,071 people from 63 countries.

    Read more about how else we support our community.

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The 2017 TCS New York City Marathon

For the 9th year in a row, BronxWorks is thrilled to be a charity partner of the TCS New York City Marathon on Sunday, November 5, 2017. Our team is making a big difference for Bronx children and youth and will be part of the excitement in one of the world’s most famous marathons!

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The BronxWorks 2017 Sapphire Gala 

We had a wonderful evening at the BronxWorks 2017 Sapphire Gala on June 12, 2017! This year we welcomed some very special guests, including Laura Behnke, ABC7 Eyewitness News Weekend Sports Anchor, as our Mistress of Ceremonies and Knicks legend Walt “Clyde” Frazier as our Special Ambassador. Thank you to all of our extraordinary partners, volunteers and honorees.


SAVED! The Senior Homelessness Prevention Project!

The New York City Council just voted to fund The BronxWorks Senior Homelessness Prevention Project (SHPP)! SHPP has helped over 400 low-income Bronx seniors avoid eviction and homelessness since 2014. The unique program, the only one of its kind in New York City, will continue to operate thanks to the city council's $250,000 investment. 

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