A House On Beekman
The Bronx

A House on Beekman seeks to support the children and families of the South Bronx in New York City by delivering holistic long-term care and services to break the cycles of spiritual, emotional, educational and economic poverty.

Mission: A House on Beekman provides a seamless series of holistic programs from birth to adulthood that empowers our neighbors in the South Bronx to create long-term change to break the cycles of poverty through incarnational relationships. Vision: A House on Beekman exists to join God in the renewal of the South Bronx. 

Our volunteers play, sing, read, and lead fun activities with kids while moms have the opportunity to discuss parenting and exchange tips.
We invest grant dollars to support AHOB's rental costs for program space, books and classroom materials and supplies, and cultural experiences/field trips for children and youth.
We have worked with AHOB to find diverse revenue streams and connect to potential board members.
Babies to Three Program
  • Volunteers provide childcare (ages 0-3) for neighborhood moms so they can attend parenting and childhood development classes on Tuesday from 9:30AM-12:00PM.

After School Program

  • On weekdays from 3:00 to 6:00PM, volunteers lead groups of kids at after school program, which includes time for play, homework, and "passion-pursuit" - a time for students to explore and discover new passions through fun activities.


All volunteers must be at least 18 years old. 

See below to sign up for these opportunities.
A House On Beekman

Assist with Childcare Activities for South Bronx Moms

Thu 12142017
9:00 AM 11:30 AM
The Bronx
Children & Youth
A House On Beekman

Assist with 3 Year Old Class Activities

Fri 12152017
8:30 AM 12:30 PM
The Bronx
Children & Youth
“Every mom in our program regularly reads to her child. A House on Beekman supports the children and families of the South Bronx in New York City with holistic long-term care and services.”
Sloan, Staff
Let's pray for NYC kids this summer break
June 26, 2016
The last day of school for NYC public school students is on June 28, and every child’s dream of summer break is about to come true. With school no longer in session, the needs of children and youth in NYC begin to look a little different.
5 Challenges NYC Youth Are Facing
September 13, 2016
Living in the most populated city in the United States alongside 8.5 million people brings with it a unique set of challenges. This is especially true for children and youth who grow up calling this place home. Find out about some of the struggles our New York City children face each and every day.
What His Toy Store Means to the South Bronx
November 17, 2016
Seanette has shopped at His Toy Store for the kids in her house ever since it first came to the South Bronx in partnership with A House on Beekman. She works at AHOB’s After-School Program, so also volunteers at His Toy Store each year. Her favorite part? The togetherness.
Announcing Our First-Ever $10,000 Community Investment Award!
May 24, 2017
While we’ve distributed direct grants to our affiliates every year since 1994 (last year, we gave over $1.7 million), this year is the first year we’re offering a bonus grant to an affiliate selected by our Community Grants Circle (CGC).