The RSHM (Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary) LIFE (Learning Is For Everyone) Center is a charitable…More nonprofit organization and community center.</p>
<p>Founded in 1995, the RSHM LIFE Center offers educational programs and social services primarily targeted at the immigrant residents of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, many of whom are below the poverty level for the region. The center provides free child care, after school programs, senior outreach, English classes and computer literacy courses.</p>
<p>Since the facility opened, it has experienced a 60 percent increase in adults and children using the center's programs and services. Volunteers and donations are always welcome.</p>
Tarrytown Senior Center 240 W Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 This bustling hub for local seniors in Pierson Park offers a variety of exercise programs, educational courses,…More activities and resources including a bingo hall and computer lab. The Tarrytown Department of Recreation runs the center, with Joe Arduino at its head.
Sleepy Hollow Senior Center 55 Elm St, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 After years of fundraising campaigns, Sleepy Hollow Senior Center is able to provide area residents over the age of…More 60 with a space to call their own. It offers a variety of activities, including line dancing, bingo, exercise classes, luncheons, knitting holidays, seasonal parties and casino trips.
JCC on the Hudson 25 Leroy Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 JCC, Jewish Community Center, on the Hudson offers childcare, recreational classes and preschool programs to the…More community. Programs are available for children from ages 1 to 4 years old. These programs are offered to members and non-members alike.
Community Opportunity Center of Tarrytown 105 Wildey St, Tarrytown, NY10591 This multi-purpose community service program is dedicated to serving low-income residents of Sleepy Hollow and…More Tarrytown. The Center also provides shelter for at-risk youth, counseling and homework help. It offers health and human services for seniors and low-income families. Services include an emergency food bank, eviction prevention and a weekly soup kitchen. Its administrative assistant position is currently held by Denise Edwards.
Children's Garden Center at Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 This early childhood center for two, three and four year olds partners with the Jewish Community Center on the…More Hudson's early childhood program. The program features a high child to teacher ratio, child-centered structure and an enriching faith-based environment.
The Neighborhood House of the Tarrytowns offers programs for seniors and a meeting place for groups that serve the…More community.</p>
<p>Established in 1912 as a center for the Women's Civic League, the current building was erected in 1960 and expanded to include organizations such as the Girl Scouts of America. The Neighborhood House employs a small part-time staff, but mostly relies on volunteers and donations to continue its programs.</p>
JCC on the Hudson 371 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 JCC on the Hudson is a Jewsih community center providing education, resources and activities for the Tarrytown…More community. Preschool and childcare programs are available, as are a variety of arts, music, sports and dance classes for kids and teens. Classes, lecture series and fitness programs are available for adults as well, and the JCC also offers programs for children, teens and adults with special needs.
Christian Funding Center, Inc. 303 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Christian Funding Center works in affiliation with Nexus Management Corporation. It was founded in 1985 as a service…More to the capital aspect of religious organizations. It has expanded along the Atlantic Coast region and has played a vital role in the expansion of many churches. It focuses on the requirements and long term goals of organizations, working diligently to see that they are fulfilled. The center also works with not-for-profit organizations.
The Jewish Community Center on the Hudson was founded in Yonkers in 1929 and has grown to be a significant focal…More point for the Jewish community in Westchester.</p>
<p>As a registered 501(c)3 non-profit, the JCC on the Hudson provides a central meeting place for the Jewish community and facilitates social, recreational and educational opportunities for Westchester residents of all denominations.</p>
<p>Since its founding, the JCC has continued to evolved into a dynamic community resource for individuals of all ages, races and religions. Services include a state-of-the-art fitness center and exercise classes, an accredited Early Childhood Program, after-school care, School of Music and Performing Arts, senior clubs, day camps, Jewish and general education and a variety of offerings for children and adults with special needs.</p>
<p>The JCC offers fee-based memberships and provides scholarship opportunities for those who cannot afford activity fees. The Executive Director of JCC on the Hudson is Frank Hassid.</p>
Marymount Convent 32 Warren Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Marymount Convent is a retirement center for elderly and infirmed sisters.