Upcoming Community Events
Join us for one of the many events we host open to members of the Neighborhood House community:
Community Supported Agriculture Boxes from GrowNYC
When: Tuesdays Year Round, 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Where: Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
Year-round at the Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House you can pick up your own Community Supported Agriculture box of high quality, farm fresh produce at below retail prices! For only $14, receive $25 worth of fresh greens & fruit every week. CSA shares must be purchased a week in advance. For more information, please email Site Coordinator Abby Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"getting Ahead" Financial Empowerment Workshop
When: Thursdays, June 7 - June 28, 2018, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Where: Lenox Hill Neighborhood House | 331 East 70th Street
Sign up for our Financial Empowerment Workshop! Over the course of 4 sessions you will see your credit report, meet one-on-one with a financial counselor, get help with credit and debt issues, create a personalized financial action plan and more. Registration is required. Space is limited. Register by Monday, June 4th by contacting Lauren Bernstein at 212-218-0413 or email@example.com. Click here for more information!
Past Community Events
Neighborhood House Staff Present on Leading-Edge
Farm-to-Institution Training Program at NYS Health Foundation
When: January 31, 2018
Where: New York State Health Foundation
Teaching Kitchen Chef Lynn Loflin and Deputy Chief Program Officer Mia Kandel presented at the New York State Health Foundation about the impact our fantastic program, The Teaching Kitchen at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, and our plans to scale the program to train 50 nonprofit organizations annually in our farm-to-institution model. Lenox Hill Neighborhood House was chosen as a recipient of The New York Health Foundation’s Emerging Innovator Award for our work in The Teaching Kitchen, which is our leading-edge training, technical assistance, and consulting program to help local nonprofit organizations with institutional food programs serving low-income clients to offer healthier food.
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Receives Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® Award
When: December 6, 2016
Where: Bank of America Tower
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House was proud to be selected as a recipient of the Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® Award! Since Bank of America’s Neighborhood Builders® program began in 2004, it has become the nation’s largest philanthropic investment in nonprofit leadership: they give out approximately 90-100 awards nationwide each year! This award program will provide us with an important grant of $200,000 and a leadership development program for both our Executive Director and an emerging leader, Health Care Attorney Alexandra Brandes.
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Rings Closing Bell on NYSE for CIBC Miracle Day
When: November 28, 2016
Where: New York Stock Exchange
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House was thrilled to participate in CIBC's Miracle Day. Every year since 1984, CIBC's Capital Markets team and Investment Advisors donate their fees and commissions to children's charities on the first Wednesday in December. As a beneficiary of this wonderful event we received the fantastic opportunity to ring the closing bell on the New York Stock Exchange.
Chef Hugh Acheson Visits Early Childhood Center
When: October 18, 2016
Where: Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
Chef Hugh Acheson visited Lenox Hill Neighborhood House's Early Childhood Center to meet with staff, learn about our work and tour our facilities and then held a cooking demonstration with children and parents on our Green Roof. We were so glad that Chef Hugh Acheson stopped by to celebrate Head Start Awareness Month with us!
Neighborhood House Staff Address Pressing Legal Issues
When: November 13, 2015
Where: New York City
Chief Program Officer Carolyn Silver coordinated a large civil legal services conference on Friday, November 13th organized with other legal partners and hosted by Weil, Gotshal & Manges. The Conference, "New York City at a Crossroads: The Role of Civil Legal Services in Preserving Diverse Communities," featured more than 225 attorneys and advocates. Speakers included Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Legal Director Diane Lutwak and Housing Attorney Arthur Burkle, as well as New York State Chief Judge Jonathan Lippmann.