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Special Needs Program
We provide a fun and caring environment and structured opportunities for learning, growth, and socializing with peers. Children and adults with special needs require a special kind of care.
Summer Day Camp
Our Summer Day Camp offers children in grades K through 8 a meaningful summer vacation full of fun, excitement, and positive relationships.
After School Program
KHCC's After School Program serves children from K through fifth grade. It provides fun and engaging ways to both relax and learn after a long day at school, through sports, music, arts and gardening.
Nutrition and Food Access Program
Participants of KHCC's Nutrition and Food Access Program see the seed to plate process in all of its stages and have a healthy green environment to escape the demands of city life.


PRESS RELEASE - Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Neighborhood Festival
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Neighborhood Festival BRONX, NY - April 10th, 2017
After School Registration NOW Open
Same program, new location - P.S. 207!
Weekly Food Pantry
Please stop by and register for the Food Pantry to receive fresh produce. The Food Pantry will run every Wednesday from 5 pm - 7 pm.
Open House for Summer Day Camp 2018
Attend to find out how you can enroll your child in our Summer Day camp
Mother's Day Celebration with Latino Outdoors
Join KHCC and Latino Outdoors for a Mother's Day volunteer event in our park.
Volunteer Day
Join us November 20 for an evening of fun and service!
Annual Neighborhood Festival
Join us for a day of fun and games, music, food, and showcasing the culture of KHCC, and a true community celebration!
Queer Volunteer Potluck
Join us for a day of connection, volunteering and eating at KHCC.
Family Volunteer Day
Come and join the KHCC community on Saturday, October 19, 2019!


A Special 2020 Message from Our Executive Director
Our Exectutive Director, Margaret Della, reflects on 2019 and shares thoughts on the new year.
Press Release: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Hosts She Builds 2019
The event, in partnership with Rebuilding Together, involved more than 100 volunteers from across NYC.
Kids On The Terrace Episode #4: The Value of Acceptance
Join Nabila, Jason, and Taylan as they discuss the importance of belonging!
Impact Story: Jatnabel Quinde
Get to know Jatnabel Quinde, Administration Assistant at KHCC.
Impact Story: Jason Bonet
Meet Jason Bonet, KHCC's Garden and Volunteer Manager!
Impact Story: Lauren and Giovanni McKeiver
Read about the McKeiver sisters, a duo working with children and families at KHCC.
Impact Story: Rosnay Rodriguez
Get to know Roz, a parent, staff member and family advocate at KHCC.
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center To Host Annual Neighborhood Festival
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) will host the annual Neighborhood Festival on Saturday, May 18, 2019.
Growing Futures Summer Youth Internship
Growing Futures Summer Internship This is a paid internship that introduces participants to com
Apply to Be A 2018-2019 Civic Corps Member at KHCC
KHCC is honored to be a 2018-2019 host site for the upcoming NYC Civic Corps cohort!This past year,
PRESS RELEASE: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center To Host Annual Neighborhood Festival
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) will host its Neighborhood Festival on Saturday, May 5, 2018.
KHCC Garden Featured in UN Photo Showcase
Our new garden was named a finalist in the UN Food Gardens' Feed Your City photo showcase.
How to Get Involved
KHCC provides resources to empower Bronx residents from cradle to career to advance education and we
PRESS RELEASE - "Home away from Home" Benefit
The celebration will feature an exciting performance by DMC, auction items including artwork by Jeff Koons and stories from our community. It will be a night filled with friends, music and cocktails.
KHCC Paves Parking Lot With Plants
Students and community members of all ages - and those who use wheelchairs - can participate in KHCC's garden activities.
Bronx Non-Profit Growing Healthier Community for People of All Ages
A Bronx non-profit organization is working to make the community healthier — from its smallest residents to its oldest. Borough reporter Erin Clarke has the story.
Youth in the KHCC SONYC program have teamed up with artist Kristin McIver and Residency Unlimited to
The power of food literacy and active participation in the process of growing fresh fruits and veget
Recently, we sat down with our Executive Director Margaret Della to learn more about her experiences