This 12-hour, city-wide, Anti-Discrimination Training will bring together a diverse community of 30-40 service providers, educators, social workers, administrators and parents/guardians from community-based organizations and schools in The Bronx.
Every year Project Reach partners with outer-borough LGBTQIA programs and centers to break the silence and give visibility to NYC's most marginalized youth communities, those who are immigrant, undocumented and in-the-closet LGBTQIA youth and, in particular, those who are transgender, gender nonc
Project Reach is hosting an end of the season game night Friday, September 27th at 5PM! Come celebrate with delicious food and fun games. We also want to update y'all on Reach's future events and hear your feedback on what you'd like to see at Reach.
How many female cultural icons from the streets of New York City can you name? If you hesitated to answer, you should stop by Project Reach this Thursday evening for a primer on some of this city's great Hip Hop legends.
In 1971 a small storefront located at 27 Eldridge Street, Project Reach was opened as a crisis intervention center committed to creating a safe space for young people challenged by gang violence in chinatown.
This past February 9, Project Reach hosted their 40th Anniversary Gala and fundraiser. The event was a huge success! We raised over $13,000 through the effort, which is a fantastic amount, but isn't anywhere near our goal of $40,000 for the year.