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Lease Battle Behind Them, Community Switches Focus to Improve Hard Fought for Senior Center

For over 40 years, Greenwich House’s Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center has served as a kitchen, a classroom and a second home for hundreds of Greenwich Village seniors. The Center serves hot lunches, provides art, exercise and recreational activities and facilitates social activities for its diverse membership.   Read More»

Seniors Social Work Clinic

Our Lady of Pompeii Seniors Atlantic City Trip

Greenwich House Fights Learning Loss through Unequal Access to After-School and Camp Programs

It’s called learning loss. According to Harris Cooper, a Duke University Psychology Professor, children learn at the same pace during the school year. It’s unequal access to quality after-school and summer programming that cause children to fall behind. Children who do not participate in structured activities that expose them to new challenges and experiences over the summer, for example, lose an average of two months’ worth of reading and math skills.   Read More»

Immigrants and Early Gentrifiers Bring a New Voice to, of all things, Gentrification

Senior perspectives on gentrification will be on display at the Disappearing City this Thursday, June 11 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Greenwich House’s Center on the Square, 20 Washington Square North. Disappearing City is the culmination of a six week project  between Greenwich House and MoreArt to document the social, cultural and physical changes that have affected the Lower West Side over the past 80 years.   Read More»

The Disappearing City

Greenwich House Music School Youth Chorus at OLP Senior Center

Seniors Atlantic City Trip

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Speakers in the Humanities Celebrate New York's Century Old Marionette Tradition

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Greenwich House Malakoff Girls Basketball Championship and Awards Ceremony

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Greenwich House
, Inc.
224 West 30th Street, Suite 302
New York, NY 10001
Ph: (212) 991-0003


Fax: (646) 365-5730