Works to strengthen and empower youth, families, and community residents. They work to address the economic, social and political inequities that shape the lives and futures of the Port/Area IV residents.
Technology Center: Provides daily computer access for internet/email access, with no limit on time for users within the given hours of operation. The Technology Center is open M – F between 9:30am – 5:30pm.
Emergency Food Pantry: Provides low to moderate income individuals a two week supply of food twice a month. With the majority of the food insecure residents coming from The Port community. The Food Pantry is open Wed: 5pm – 7pm, Thurs: 2pm – 5pm. and Fri/Sat: 9am – 12pm. Open to residents of Middlesex County or to those in dire need of food.
Summer Explorations Camp Programs: For children 5-12 years old, and allows children 13-17 years old to be youth councilors. Open 2pm – 6pm during school year and full day (8am – 6pm) during school vacation weeks and summer. Cost is $135 per week but offers scholarships for those in need.
After School Enrichment: Designed to enhance the quality of out-of-school time experience and support the mental, emotional growth, and well-being of each child. September-June, open M-F 2pm-6pm.
Leaders in Training – Youth Leadership Development Program: For ages 13-18. Designed to provide a goal-oriented and professionalized experience for youth. Opportunities include college visits, professional development, career exploration, skills trainings, events and trips across the city. The goal is to graduate seniors each year and assist with their preparation for colleges or careers.