Our Members

Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation

Manhattan

NMIC is a community-based, not-for-profit organization founded in 1979 to serve the Washington Heights and Inwood communities. Their mission is to provide resources and support to our community's poorest residents, empowering them to secure economic stability and to be active participants in their community.

Our Members

1. Arab-American Family Support Center, Inc. (Brooklyn)

2. Broadway Housing Communities (Manhattan)

3. BronxWorks (Bronx)

4. CAMBA (Brooklyn)

5. Center for Family Life in Sunset Park (Brooklyn)

6. Chinese-American Planning Council (New York)

7. Claremont Neighborhood Center, Inc. (Bronx)

8. Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation (Brooklyn)

9. East Side House Settlement (Bronx)

10. Educational Alliance (Manhattan)

11. Goddard Riverside Community Center (Manhattan)

12. Grand Street Settlement (Manhattan)

13. Greenwich House (Manhattan)

14. Hamilton-Madison House (Manhattan)

15. Hartley House (Manhattan)

16. Henry Street Settlement (Manhattan)

17. Hudson Guild (Manhattan)

18. Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House (Queens)

19. Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (Bronx)

20. Lenox Hill Neighborhood House (Manhattan)

21. Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center (Manhattan)

22. Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (Bronx)

23. New Settlement Apartments (Bronx)

24. Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (Manhattan)

25. Project Hospitality (Staten Island)

26. Queens Community House (Queens)

27. Riverdale Neighborhood House (Bronx)

28. SCAN New York (Manhattan)

29. School Settlement Association (Brooklyn)

30. Shorefront YM-YWHA of Brighton-Manhattan Beach, Inc. (Brooklyn)

31. Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Centers (Bronx)

32. St. Nicks Alliance (Brooklyn)

33. Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center (Manhattan)

34. Sunnyside Community Services (Queens)

35. Union Settlement Association (Manhattan)

36. United Community Centers (Brooklyn)

37. University Settlement Society (Manhattan)

38. Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco) (Bronx)