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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

National Leadership

Our vision has always been to help vulnerable communities across the world close opportunity gaps and open pathways of success and self-sufficiency.

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place-based services | A man smiles on stage while giving a talk to an audience.

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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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.

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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Mike Bryant: Facilities

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

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