Frequently Asked Questions
Are your Fitness Center, Pool and Gym open to the community?
Yes! We have a stunning Fitness Center featuring a wide variety of cardiovascular and strength training equipment, a classic, tiled pool and a large gymnasium with extensive hours. We offer affordably priced memberships to individuals and families with reduced rates available to older adults and youth. For information on hours, services and memberships, contact Member and Visitor Services at 212-218-0400 or Acting Aquatics Coordinator, Rafael Gonzalez, at 212-218-0498 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you rent out space in your Auditorium, Gym or Pool for events?
Our facilities are in constant use year-round for Neighborhood House programs and we are therefore unable to accommodate rental requests by outside parties. If you have further questions, please contact Lauren Bernstein, Administration Manager, at 212-218-0413 or email@example.com.
Where can I find the Calendars and Menus for the Senior Centers?
Activity Calendars and Menus for the Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and Senior Center at Saint Peter’s Church are available each month on our website. For the Center @ Lenox Hill neighborhood House, click here. For the Senior Center at Saint Peter’s Church, click here.
How can I arrange for a tour of your facilities?
To arrange a tour of the Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-744-5905.
To arrange a tour of our Early Childhood Center, RealArts Summer Camp or RealArts Afterschool, contact Wilmary Jimenez, Registrar/Bursar, at email@example.com or 212-218-0406.
Do you accept in-kind donations?
Thank you for thinking of us and our clients! Due to space constraints, we only accept limited in-kind donations of a manageable size and appropriate for our clients. For additional information, contact Derek Samuelson, Director of Individual and Corporate Giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-218-0544.