Team KRJ is committed to communication, outreach, and constituent services. Please let us know how we can help!
KRJ Wellness Checks &
KRJ Wellness Checks & Mutual Aid Kristin has been engaging in mutual aid and relief efforts since COVID began (and in Salem food pantry and other community service efforts long before then). Now she & her team continue to support those in need even while supporting her run for office. Like Kristin says, “it’s about community care and being a public servant.” If you are able to offer anything or need anything please Contact Us.
Age of Learning is offering families at affected schools free at-home access to ABCmouse, a learning resource for ages 2 to 8; Adventure Academy, is open for students ages 8 to 13; and ReadingIQ, a digital library and literacy platform is available for children 12 and under. https://www.ageoflearning.com/
MTA Omny Fare Program
In the spirit of community we have been reaching out to our local seniors and neighbors, just to check-in provide help, give directions to services if needed, or even just to have a warm conversation and socially CONNECT in this time of social distancing. If you or someone you know is in need please Contact Us or if you want to take part in these efforts Organize with us.
Kristin has been an advocate for rent forgiveness/canceling rent. Canceling rent/rent forgiveness is essential to the future sustainability of our city and the welfare of all people. Cancel Rent Now
KRJ has volunteered in the Harlem community for years including, until recently, being a weekly volunteer at Salem Food Pantry and is a strong advocate for food justice. See our Team KRJ compiled list of local Harlem food pantries and community fridges. Harlem Food Resources List
Our job support services form: residents 16+ can sign up for resume building/revamp, job finding, mock interviews, and other services we are connecting them with! Job Support Services Sign Up
Arab American Family Support Center
Our general constituent services form: residents can fill this out for NYCHA repair follow ups, information on specific services in Harlem, as well anything else they might need help with. City Council Constituent Services Intake
AAFSC is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization established in 1994 to provide culturally and linguistically competent, trauma-informed, multigenerational social services to immigrants and refugees. We strengthen families through 4 key priority areas and our work extends to communities globally.
firstname.lastname@example.org 212-602-2800 see flyer
CENTRAL HARLEM COMMUNITY RESOURCES
HAVE A RESOURCE TO ADD TO THIS LIST? Please Contact Us