- WHDC Funds Second Summer Senior Employment Program for CD9 Residents Ages 55+
April 8, 2014
West Harlem Development Corporation is funding its second Summer Senior Employment Program. We are holding four information sessions this month.
Eligible Participants Are:
Living in West Harlem's Community District 9 (Manhattan Community District 9 is defined S to N: from 110th St. to 155th St.; E to W: fromManhattan, Morningside, St Nicholas, Bradhurst and Edgecombe Avenues to the Hudson River).
Interested in serving the community while earning ...
- WHDC seeks proposals for Community District 9 Affordable Housing Program Administrator
April 8, 2014
West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) is seeking proposals from experienced and qualified not-for-profit organizations, and community development entities to function as the Manhattan CD9 Affordable Housing Program Administrator (Housing Administrator) as the principal activity under WHDC’s management of an Affordable Housing Fund (Fund).
The Housing Administrator will report to WHDC, working with the Affordable Housing Committee (Committee) of the WHDC Board to:
West Harlem Spotlight
- Harlem School of the Arts
May 7, 2013
The Harlem School of the Arts has taught tens of thousands of young people in music, theater, dance and visual art since it was founded by internationally-acclaimed soprano Dorothy Maynor in 1964.
The school educates children from toddlers to high schoolers in visual arts, dance, music and theater. The school’s mission is to offer children and young adults the freedom to find and develop the artist, student and citizen within themselves in an environment that teaches di...
- Harlem Stage
December 5, 2012
Harlem Stage regards itself as one of the country’s most prolific pro ducers of innovative work by artists of color, commissioning works in dance, music and theater throughout its 30-year history.
The cultural institution’s mission is to perpetuate the unique and diverse artistic legacy of Harlem and the indelible impression it has made on American performing arts.
“We are known in the world as identifying artists of color by commissioning their works and helpi...
- Our Children's Foundation
November 13, 2012
Our Children’s Foundation opens its doors to 200 children six days a week, welcoming them into a space filled with a spectrum of activities that includes etiquette lessons, African dance, computer classes, musical instrument lessons and floral design. The experience the children find in this hidden West Harlem gem keeps them away from negative influences after school while giving them tools that propel them into bright futures.
Our Children’s Foundation is hou...