65 adults and children from Lantern Community Services went apple-picking at Fishkill Farms this fall.
A new exhibition of work from MoMA's Community Partnership Program features Lantern clients from Brooklyn and the Bronx.
Lindenguild resident Ella Quinones wrote an essay that won her $1,000 from Mega Contracting, to go towards her studies.
220 children living in five Lantern buildings started the new school year with new backpacks and essential school supplies, thanks to the generous support of the Laura B. Vogler Foundation and Coalition for the Homeless' Project: Back to School. For families struggling on extremely low incomes, finding the money for all the supplies their kids … Continue reading Donated backpacks set 220 kids up for school success
Twenty residents were registered to vote at Lantern's Lindenguild Hall last week, in an all-day Voter Registration Drive. Across the country, people who are the least financially secure are also the least likely to vote, or otherwise engage in politics. Lindenguild is in the Claremont neighborhood of the Bronx, and Program Director Jessica Rosado says … Continue reading Lindenguild gets out the vote
June 28, 2016 - Thanks to our ongoing community partnership with the Museum of Modern Art, two Lantern clients visited the museum last week to contribute to a digital media project inspired by a current exhibit - Moroccan French artist Bouchra Khalili's Mapping Journey Project. Khalili's work explores concepts of journeys, immigration and borders, and … Continue reading Lindenguild artists record their artistic journeys for MoMA exhibit