A pair of NYC nonprofits are seeking 20 artists for monthly rents as low as $700 a month in The Bronx.
The money is arriving from grants administered by the New York Community Trust.
The Osborne Association is using beekeeping to help train former inmates at the Bronx site.
The East Harlem Community Alliance consists of 60 East Harlem organizations.
The New York Community Trust is donating $80,000 to provide historical tours of the South Bronx.
The nonprofit Fifth Avenue Committee received the grant from the New York Community Trust.
Clean and Healthy New York is planning a campaign to stop carrying baby goods they believe are toxic.
El Barrio's Artspace, a $50 million project to turn an abandoned school on East 99th Street into affordable artist housing, aims to preserve a neighborhood in transition.
Hunter College's School of Social Work will move from East 79th Street to East 119th Street.
"After the disaster, we wanted to help give back," Baking for Good founder Emily Daubner said.
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