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.
Newburgh Rowing Club offers Learn to Row Programs for ages 10 - 17 and Competitive Rowing programs for Middle School and High School students.
Museum Village is a 19th century recreated village and museum in Monroe NY that houses thousands of historic artifacts in approximately 20 buildings.
United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region serves as a catalyst to increase the community's capacity to improve the lives of its citizens.
Poughkeepsie Plenty Food Coalition works to ensure the right of all residents of the City of Poughkeepsie to secure sufficient and nutritious food.
The FarmOn! Foundation is dedicated to bringing awareness to food choices and sources; reinvigorating respect for farming and inspiring young people.
The not-for-profit Esopus Greek Conservancy serves as stewards of Esopus Bend Nature Preserve.
Global Kids Language Center offers foreign languages for children ages 3-93 in Spanish, Mandarin, French, Italian, German, Arabic.
The Trolley Museum of New York through exhibits and educational programs shares the rich history of rail transportation.
The Freestyle Frolic is a volunteer run cooperative dance event in a relaxed smoke free, alcohol free, and drug free environment.
Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in New Paltz, NY is committed to excellence in all academic skills, supported by exploration of the arts, and humanities.
Beacon Woodworkers Club is a new woodworking shop open to crafts enthusiasts and artisans of all levels, from the beginner to the seasoned professional.
Cerebral Palsy of Westchester is a provider of disabilities related services and programs tailored for most individuals with a variety of conditions.