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Teen Program 23-24
Our philosophy is to positively impact participants lives by partnering with families, providing empowerment through decision making, building positive relationships, and encouraging youth to take initiative.


Thank you for donating to KHCC's Winter Drive!
Each year for the past 25 years, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center has held our Winter Drive to collect donations for our program participants. Our focus has varied over the years based on what our community needs. This year, we focused our efforts on collecting toys for all our program participants as well as providing $25 Target gift cards to as many families as possible. The gift cards could be used for holiday gifts, food, diapers, household products and other necessities.
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Awarded $500,000 by NY Community Trust for a New Initiative
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) and Lehman College, along with seven other settlement houses, welcome the “Future of Social Work: The Settlement House Network and Multilingual Communities” initiative. The New York Community Trust awarded the program $500,000 over two years to engage a team of multilingual MSW level interns in expanding the range of new or unique mental health supports offered to participants in their home language within our collection of United Neighborhood House (UNH) member agencies.
Summer Bridge 2022
Summer Bridge is a summer internship for high school students and rising college freshmen where they gain the necessary tools to succeed in their professional endeavors.
Invest in Human Services, Not Over-policing Our Communities
171 organizations signed on to let City Council know investment in human services is better than over-policing.
KHCC Remembers Bernice Stern, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist
KHCC Remembers Bernice Stern, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist My memory of Bernice Stern is whe
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.