NYC DOT, EDC and Citibike are working together to match donated bikes with frontline workers.
Harlem Grown, is a youth development organization based in Harlem, serving Title 1 Schools and low-income Harlem residents.
SoHarlem re-opened for the sole purpose of making gowns and masks for New York City Hospital workers.
New York Common Pantry is now using mobile meals to meet the needs of our food insecure neighbors.
A new Instagram account and website share stories of the health care heroes at the helm of the pandemic.
Online lessons help fulfill the need for educational content in the wake of COVID-19 school closures.
$20 million fund will reach 20,000 immigrant workers and their families with direct, one-time emergency relief
The latest updates on what to expect and construction updates related to the Manhattanville campus.
Many of the Wallach Art Gallery’s spring programs are now accessible online.
VFA students from across NYC have diverse educational and economic backgrounds and varying access to the technology needed for virtual instruction.
The User Research Lab is an 8-week technology fellowship for formerly incarcerated citizens.
GCA has donated $25,000 to address urgent food insecurity challenges.
Researchers from Columbia University launched a CovidWatcher app that surveys users about their exposure to the new coronavirus.
The Bubble at Columbia’s Baker Athletics Complex is being converted into a field hospital.
Over $500B is being distributed as grants and loans to businesses impacted by the current economic crisis caused by COVID-19.