FACE – Family and Community Empowerment Week of July 2nd Wrap-Up

Web Version Spanish Version Chinese (Simplified) Version French UPDATE: Mayor’s Budget Announcement DOE UPDATE: Free Summer Meals REGISTER BY JULY 7 –  DEADLINE EXTENDED: Family and Community Wellness Collective DOE UPDATE: Summer Rising Begins July 6 DOE UPDATE: Pandemic EBT – Families to Receive Food Benefits DOE UPDATE:  Let’s Get Vaccinated! UPDATE: Open Meetings Law

West Harlem & Upper Manhattan Forum – Meet the Candidates: Manhattan Borough President, March 6, 2021 at 11:00 am

Please join WE ACT and the West Harlem Community Preservation Organization and co-sponsors for a virtual Candidate Forum on Saturday, March 6, 2021, at 11:00 am. We will welcome all six candidates in the race for Manhattan Borough President. Peggy Shepperd, Executive Director of WE ACT, will moderate. The candidates will present their platform and

Details of the Economic Relief and Omnibus Bill

Last night the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate passed a $2.3 trillion combined bill that includes the $900 billion Coronavirus economic relief bill and a $1.4 trillion Omnibus FY21 spending bill to keep the government running through September. The full text of this enormous bill is 5,593 pages! The bill now heads to the President’s desk to sign into law. This economic relief is long

CB9 Schedules Community Meeting in the Rush of Large-Scale Development Interests in Hamilton Heights

The Community Board 9 Manhattan is hosting a community conversation on large-scale development projects proposed for Hamilton Heights. The Hamilton Heights area is bounded by 125th to 155th, north to south, and Riverside to Edgecombe, more or less, east to west, and consists primarily of turn-of-the-century rowhouses and apartment buildings. There are two historic districts