Five Towns Senior Center 37 E Rockaway Rd, Hewlett, NY11557 Five Towns Senior Center has been in continuous operation since the 1950s. In collaboration with the Hewlett-Woodmere…More school district, the center provides Senior Citizens with educational programming and lectures through intergenerational learning. Five Towns Senior Center offers daily engagements such as creative writing courses, T'ai'chi, internet instruction and sculpting classes. To view a list of its monthly events please visit it online.
Five Towns Community Center 270 Lawrence Ave, Lawrence, NY11559 Located on Lawrence Avenue, the Five Towns Community Center is a private, nonprofit agency dedicated to providing…More economical, social and educational support for disadvantaged individuals and families throughout Inwood, Cedarhurst, Lawrence, Woodmere, Hewlett and the surrounding areas. The agency offers a variety of initiatives, including Headstart, youth services, drug abuse treatment, AIDS services, aid to the foreign born and senior programs, in addition to hosting a variety of special community events. Visit the Five Towns Community Center website for program, event, donation and involvement information
Chabad Center of The Five Towns 74 Maple Ave, Cedarhurst, NY11516 The local branch of the Chabad provides outreach and education for Jews living in the Five Towns and surrounding areas.…More Since its establishment in 1995, the center has helped children with special needs and provided classes for youths, adults and seniors. The site also serves as a shul, with weekday and Shabbos services. Rabbi Shneur Z. Wolowik is leader of the temple.
JCC of the Greater Five Towns 207 Grove Ave, Cedarhurst, NY11516 The Jewish Community Center (JCC) serves all people within the Five Towns and surrounding communities with programs in…More Jewish culture, recreation and education. It also acts as a meeting place for members of the community. Programs, which include a nursery school and food pantry, are offered to adults, children, seniors and people with special needs, as well as emigrants from Russia and Israel. The organization boasts of some 14,000 participants and serves more than 5,500 families.
Five Towns Community Chest 1004 Central Ave, Woodmere, NY11598 Since 1931, the Five Towns Community Chest has been dedicated to raising funds for local agencies that provide services…More such as child care, after-school programs, senior services and mental health services. It sold off its Franklin Place headquarters, which has housed the organization since 1956, in 2009 and donated a portion of the money to the Peninsula Counseling Center. The group also hosts events, such as a yearly fair.