We make grants to local nonprofit organizations focused on education, food and emergency services, eldercare, the arts, and the environment and parks. Since the three schools cover all administrative expenses, 100% of funds raised are distributed through grants.
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Join Harlem Stage for Stretch Music X Activism, a Panel Discussion. Harlem Stage is the performing arts center that bridges Harlem's cultural legacy to contemporary artists of color and dares to provide the artistic freedom that gives birth to new ideas.
150 Convent Ave
Thursday, February 16th
Join Harlem Arts Festival for an elegant night of celebrations. HAF aims (1) to open up access to high quality musical performances to all of Harlem’s residents, (2) to offer opportunities for visibility and promotion to emerging artists from around the city and country, and (3) to maintain and strengthen Harlem’s rich legacy of leadership in music and the performing arts.
91 Claremont Ave
Thursday, March 30th
Figure Skating in Harlem, which combines the power of education with the discipline of figure skating to transform young lives and help underserved girls achieve academic success, is hosting its annual benefit gala. The event Curtis McGraw Webster and Olympic silver medalist and three-time World medalist, Sasha Cohen.
583 Park Ave
Saturday, May 2nd