News & Highlights
On June 25th, the Y was honored to host a press conference for New York City mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton announcing the City's latest NYPD initiative, One City: Safe and Fair Everywhere.
For the past nine months, our very own Karina Munoz (Summer Youth Employment Program director) had the opportunity to participate in the Community Connections Fellowship, a program of the Center of Community leadership (a division of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, an affiliate of the
Using a grant from philanthropic outfit United Jewish Appeal, the Y designed an art project that celebrates diversity in the community and welcomes interfaith families.
Statement from Annie & Ashley: Fabio and his wife Erma used to go to church together each week, but ever since Fabio's injury, walking to church became more and more difficult. To make matters worse, they moved to Wein House two years ago and their church is now a further distance from home.
At sundown on April 3rd, Jewish families everywhere will begin the holiday of Passover, commemorating the story of the ancient Israelites being freed from slavery in ancient Egypt.
Sunday April 19th Be Me and Jewish Caravan are excited to invite you to a day trip to Eden Village Camp to make bread, literally from scratch. Eden Village is the first and only organic Jewish farm overnight camp nestled into 250 acres of beautiful Hudson Valley woods.
The Y will begin to feature some of our outstanding volunteers in our new "meet our volunteer" series. Volunteers are crucial for the Y to be able to bring our members and guests high-quality programming each and every day. For our first feature we will hear from Yolanda who works at our coffee hour program at the Wien House.
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