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The Hudson Valley is about much more than natural beauty and touring. It is also about community and people. Here is a list of not-for-profit organizations that strive to maintain the social, environmental, historical and cultural balance of the Hudson River Valley.

Jay Heritage Center – American History & Education on the Sound

Jay Heritage Center is an educational campus offering programs about American History, Social Justice, Environmental Stewardship and Conservation.

Stony Kill Foundation

The mission of the Stony Kill Foundation is to develop environmental, educational and historical interpretive and outdoor recreation programs and events.

Hudson River Museum – A Multi-Disciplinary Cultural Complex

The Hudson River Museum is a multi-disciplinary cultural complex that draws its identity from its site on the banks of the Hudson River in Yonkers, NY

Capital Roots – Nourishing Communities Through Fresh Food & Green Spaces

Capital Roots works to reduce the impact of poor nutrition on public health in New York’s Capital Region through community gardens, food access & education.

SUNY New Paltz Planetarium – Free Astronomy Nights

New Paltz Planetarium at SUNY New Paltz offers shows for the public, and private groups such as school trips and various other organizations.

Westchester Children’s Museum – An Opportunity To Nurture Curiosity

Westchester Children's Museum is a a light-filled, colorful, vibrant learning space filled with interactive exhibits not found anywhere else in this region.

Hudson Valley NY Chapter of the American Sewing Guild

Hudson Valley NY Chapter of the American Sewing Guild welcomes any person interested in sewing, whether they are a seasoned professional or just beginning.

Furniture Sharehouse – Furniture For Families In Need

Furniture Sharehouse is Westchester County's Furniture Bank accepting donations of gently-used furniture for re-distribution to local families in need.