Information and Resources
Meeting Community Needs
We've served approximately 50,000 people throughout the five boroughs of New York City
Share 4 Life strives to meet the needs of the community by offering a variety of high quality and engaging programs, services and initiatives for families, including children, youth, adults and senior citizens who live in low and moderate income communities.
Youth & Teens Served
Adults & Seniors Served
Great things are possible when a community comes together.
Making A Difference
Sharing Positive Information & Resources
We provide educational programs that address issues affecting marginalized communities in New York City through awareness, education, media projects, the arts, and personal and community development activities.
Our programs are tailored to help participants develop and maintain their leadership abilities, enhance critical thinking skills, make wise financial decisions, get involved in community activities and become prepared to enter the workforce.
By forming lasting partnerships, understanding the needs of the community and focusing our efforts and expertise on those areas where we can make a lasting difference, Share 4 Life has continued to innovate and develop new programs to meet the evolving needs of NYC residents living below poverty levels.
Realizing that visual stimulation is one of the most effective ways to communicate messages – particularly to youth – S4L fights for social change by developing supportive projects with creative campaigns: it infuses film and music with health awareness to warn people about the consequences of high-risk behavior and empower them to make decisions that will lead them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.
Share 4 Life
Share 4 Life has been very active in partnering with NYCHA and other partners to provide free meals and groceries for vulnerable NYCHA residents. In total, we provided:
Hot meals for children and their families at Mitchel Houses, Patterson Houses, and Moore Houses in partnership with Full Heart Full Bellies.
Free bags of groceries to residents at Grant Houses (Manhattan), St. Nicholas Houses(Manhattan), and Edenwald Houses (Bronx) in partnership with Frontline Foods.