The United Jewish Council of the East Side, Inc. (UJC)
The UJC serves as a coordinating body of neighborhood secular, civic and fraternal organizations. Formed in 1971 by neighborhood leaders and residents, the UJC works to preserve and stabilize the Lower East Side of Manhattan community through the provision of a wide range of human services and community development programs. While the majority of programs are oriented to the needs of the elderly, the UJC also operates a wide range of programs for families and children.
Visit their website at www.ujces.org
Lower East Side Business Improvement District
The Lower East Side Business Improvement District was established in 1992 as a nonprofit economic development organization dedicated to revitalizing the Orchard Street Shopping District while preserving its unique and diverse character.
Visit their website at www.lowereastsideny.com
Henry Street Settlement
Founded in 1893 by social work pioneer Lillian Wald, the Henry Street Settlement delivers a wide range of social service and arts programming to more than 100,000 New Yorkers each year. Distinguished by a profound connection to its neighbors, a willingness to address new problems with swift and innovative solutions, and a strong record of accomplishment, the Henry Street Settlement challenges the effects of urban poverty by helping families achieve better lives for themselves and their children.
The Henry Street Settlement's core divisions include a multidisciplinary arts center, shelter and supportive services, behavioral and health services, senior services, home care services, a workforce development center, day care centers, and after school and summer programs for neighborhood youth.
Visit their website at www.henrystreet.org
Angel Orensanz Foundation
Beth Hemedrash Hagadol
Congregation Chasam Sopher
Congregation Kehila Kedosha Janina
Eldridge Street Synagogue
Stanton Street Shul
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