Bronx House

UPDATED: September 12, 2022


As a community center, Bronx House offers dynamic educational, health, recreational and cultural programs that are enriching and meaningful. Guided by our Jewish communal values and traditions, Bronx House welcomes all people to engage in opportunities to lead a better life.


To promote a vibrant, inclusive community through innovative and comprehensive services and programs.


Bronx House’s Board, Staff, Members, program participants community partners, and elected officials are made up of people of all ages, from all walks of life, working side-by-side to strengthen our communities.

Together, we strive to ensure that everyone, regardless of ability, age, cultural background, ethnicity, faith, gender, gender expression, gender identity, ideology, income, national origin, race or sexual orientation has the opportunity to reach their full potential with dignity. Some of our core values include caring, honesty, respect and responsibility — they guide everything we do.

While we have always tried to live up to that inclusive vision, we continue on a steady journey toward making that powerful aspiration a reality for everyone in the communities we serve.

We recognize that in order to be truly “for all,” we need to lead by example and with equity. That means working with our partners to identify and remove the barriers that have prevented some in our communities from thriving, while ensuring that each individual can access the unique support they need.

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990 Pelham Parkway South
Bronx, NY 10461
United States



718 792 1800

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