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Our Partners

Greater New York Chapter of the Links Incorporated works with companies, nonprofits, institutions and other organizations to address the need for personalized educational, health and wellness, life and professional skills and programs and resources on a local scale. With their support, our partners help us build stronger communities of color and a healthy society. For partnership and sponsorship inquiries, please email us at

Engineering Tomorrow

Developed by engineers to increase the number of high school students who pursue engineering degrees, Engineering Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization that provides complimentary engineering labs to expose students to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Learn More About Engineering Tomorrow

Frederick Douglass Academy

The mission of the Frederick Douglass Academy (FDA) is to prepare students from the surrounding Harlem community to succeed at the college or university of their choice. Founded in 1991, the New York City-based public school serves nearly 1,300 students in grades sixth through twelfth. Learn More About Frederick Douglass Academy

Food Bank For New York City

The Food Bank For New York City, the city’s largest hunger-relief organization, works to end food poverty in the city’s five boroughs. For more than 36 years, the Food Bank For New York City has used a multi-faceted approach centered on helping low-income New Yorkers overcome their circumstances and achieve greater independence. Learn More About Food Bank For New York City

The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem

The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem is a nationally recognized organization that provides after-school, school vacation, holiday, and summer programming to children and youth. For more than 40 years, the mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem is to give access and opportunities for young people to reach their full potential. Learn More About The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem

McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University

The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University is committed to creating new knowledge about the root causes of poverty, developing evidence-based interventions to address its consequences, and rapidly translating research findings into action through policy and practice. Learn More About McSilver Institute

Abyssinian Baptist Church

Established in the early 1800s, Abyssinian Baptist Church is one of the oldest African American Baptist churches in the nation and the first in New York state. It continues to serve as a center of worship, social activism and culture. Through more than 50 ministries, Abyssinian diligently seeks to fulfill its mission to “win more souls for Christ through evangelism, pastoral care, Christian education, social service delivery, and community development.


AARP is a United States–based interest group focusing on issues affecting those over the age of fifty. According to the organization, it had more than 38 million members as of 2018. The magazine and bulletin it sends to its members are the two largest-circulation publications in the United States.

Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging

Since 1974, the Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging has been working to improve the lives of older adults through research, professional development and advancements in policy and practice. They work to ensure that aging is framed not as a disease, but as another stage in the life course.


CaringKind, The Heart of Alzheimer’s Caregiving is New York City’s leading expert on Alzheimer’s and dementia caregiving. With over 40 years of experience, they work directly with community partners to develop the information, tools and training to support individuals and families affected by dementia.

Carter Burden Network

Carter Burden Network promotes the well-being of seniors 60 and older through a continuum of services, advocacy, arts and culture, health and wellness and volunteer programs, all oriented to individual, family and community needs. As a leader in aging services in NYC, CBN is dedicated to supporting the efforts of older people to live safely and with dignity.

Center for Hearing and Communication

Center for Hearing and Communication provides Emotional Health and Wellness Support to the hearing impaired. Their motto, “While hearing loss can have an impact on your emotional well-being it does not have to stop you from living your best life.

Esplanade Gardens Inc

Opened in 1967, Esplanade Gardens Inc. is a Co-op that houses to middle-income families. As a Mitchell-Lama Co-op, their aim to provide affordable cooperative housing to these families. They provide a safe and home environment with 24-hour security and outdoor amenities.

Harlem Advocates for Seniors (H.A.S.)

Harlem Advocates for Seniors (H.A.S.) is a senior-led coalition with the mission to unify seniors, service providers and community leaders in support of issues and concerns affecting seniors living in the Village of Harlem. H.A.S. vision: A Community where all of Harlem’s older adults can live and thrive.

Health Advocates for Older People, Inc

Health Advocates for Older People, Inc. promotes safe and healthy aging through programs designed to facilitate independent living, physical well-being and greater social interaction.

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens (NYFSC)

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens (NYFSC) is dedicated to helping New York’s seniors enjoy healthier, safer, more productive and dignified lives in their homes and communities and to help them avoid the need for premature institutionalization. Established in 1968, NYFSC is the only non-profit, non-sectarian organization serving New York’s seniors in all five boroughs.

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TOUROCOM) and School of Pharmacy

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TOUROCOM) and School of Pharmacy Committed to increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in medicine and to training osteopathic physicians to practice medicine in underserved communities, Tourocom is an osteopathic medical school with locations in the heart of urban Harlem, and rural Middletown.

Thurgood Marshall Academy

Thurgood Marshall Academy for Learning and Social Change is a public middle and high school located in Central Harlem. The school opened in 1993 through collaboration with Abyssinian Development Corporation, the Manhattan High Schools Superintendent’s Office and New Visions for the Public Schools. The goal of the Academy is to provide students and their families with comprehensive educational and support programs that will prepare them to meet the challenges of the workforce and higher education.

Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts

Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts offers a rigorous academic program as well as a strong performing and visual arts program. Curricula are designed to ignite scholars’ imaginations, nurture their intellectural curiosities, and develop their creative spirits. Scholars are provided the platform to pursue their dreams and pasions in order to become productive members of society.