For more than sixty-six years, Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center has served the residents of the Amsterdam Houses and Amsterdam Addition—low-income housing on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. More than 90% of the population served by our programs is Hispanic or African-American and many are at or near the poverty level. We provide direct, low-cost access to top quality programs for those who have the most urgent need of our services.
Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center has built a strong relationship of trust and care by providing quality preschool childcare, afterschool and summer camp programming, and a comprehensive senior services center. We work every day to meet the emerging needs of our neighborhood by delivering social, educational, and recreational programs to our community, from preschoolers to senior citizens.
The Mabel Barrett Fitzgerald Day Care Program offers full-day program for children aged between two and five years old, providing high-quality, affordable childcare to parents and caregivers who need it most. Our team of teachers works tirelessly to nurture the socio-emotional, cognitive and physical needs of every child in preparation for kindergarten. Children play, socialize and learn to be healthy, with access to ballet and soccer classes.
The West 65th Street Senior Program provides comprehensive services for seniors, addressing our residents' and community members' physical and mental health, and supporting their social, nutritional and spiritual needs. It educates and empowers members of the senior community and provides them with the support and resources they need to remain in their homes, living as independently as possible, for as long as possible.
We are committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment for children aged 5-13, where they can benefit from academic support, cultural enrichment, and social and recreational programming. Our After school, Summer Camp, and new Middle School Pilot Programs, offer disadvantaged youth not only first-rate academic tutoring, but also access to spectacular performances and classes from world-renowned artists through our partnership with Lincoln Center.
The work we do would not be possible without donations from our generous corporate sponsors. LEARN MORE
Volunteers are needed throughout Lincoln Square's programs to help us fulfill our mission, touching the lives of 3,000 participants every year. LEARN MORE
We are pleased to share with you this New York Times article about Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center and Mary Mulvihill: A Struggle Just Outside the Spotlight for New York Community Center. We are very proud of our accomplishments under Mary’s leadership and we thank all of you for your ongoing partnerships with LSNC.