Computer Training Program


Community Impact's programs for adults provide computer skills training in such areas as Microsoft Office.

Youth Programs

One-to-One Tutoring


Volunteers with CI's One-to-One Tutoring help elementary school students in New York City develop healthy study habits.

Youth Programs


Community Impact's mentorship and tutoring programs serve over 1,200 young people in New York City.

H2H

Heights to Heights Mentoring


CI's Heights-to-Heights Mentors work on language skills with middle school students in Upper Manhattan.

Community Impact serves individuals in need in the communities of Upper Manhattan while providing meaningful volunteering and leadership opportunities for students at Columbia University and Barnard College.

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For Volunteers

As students at Columbia University and Barnard College you can volunteer in one or more of our 27 programs and learn important skills in civic engagement and non-profit management.

For Families, Adults and Community Partners

As a member of our neighboring community you can register for our Adult Education programs, receive health and emergency referrals or find information on our tutoring and mentoring programs.

For Alumni & Supporters

For Community Impact alumni and friends you can find the latest news and events, including fundraising activities. There is also information on the CI endowment campaign.

Our Impact

Volunteering
50,000
hours volunteered by Columbia and Barnard students each year
Health & Environment
1,600
local residents referred to health and nutrition services
Youth
1,250
local youth receive educational services this year
Adult Education
1,450
adult education participants receive preparation for the GED, ESL, job training
Leadership
920
students trained to plan and deliver services in education, health and emergency programs
Emergency Services
2,900
neighborhood residents provided with meals this year

Support CI Today!

Your support allows us to bring high-quality services to the Harlem, Morningside Heights and Washington Heights communities.