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Ways to Donate to Harlem Children’s Zone

Your support changes lives and transforms communities — in Harlem and all over the world.

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HCZ | Four preschool graduates sing in their cap and gowns at their graduation ceremony.

News & Resources

Stay up to date with the latest news and resources from Harlem Children's Zone

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Kwame Owusu-Kesse and Geoffrey Canada talk to Poppy Harlow at HCZ Promise Academy I

Health and Community

We want all of our community members to have long, successful, and happy lives. We offer a range of programs to support wellbeing in all senses and unlock services and opportunities.

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Community Members | With instructors guiding them, young kids participate in a fitness class in a large sports space.

William Julius Wilson Institute

Place-based, people-focused solutions to open pathways to social and economic mobility in neighborhoods across America.

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Geoffrey Canada and children smile at the camera

Practitioners Institute

We’ve learned a lot about place-based, cradle-to-career programs. At Practitioners Institute, we share our hard-earned wisdom to help you implement solutions in your community.

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Practitioners Institute | A group of people with lanyards stand across a wall and observe an elementary class. A teacher points at the board as children read on laptops.

Healthy Harlem

Healthy Harlem is helping thousands of children and families learn how to take better care of themselves, make thoughtful choices, and establish lifelong healthy habits.

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Healthy Harlem | A little boy dressed as a doctor playfully holds a stethoscope to another boy.

HCZ Leadership Discuss HCZ’s Data-Driven Approach and the Impact of Place-Based Work in Harlem and Across the Nation

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Harlem Children’s Zone Raises $26 Million Towards National COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Efforts, Named 2020 Audacious Project Grantee

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A man and woman exchange produce at a farmers market

Mike Bryant: Facilities

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Harlem Children’s Zone Announces 25th Annual March for Children

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