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Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center is the outreach arm of the Church of the Holy Trinity.

The Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center (HTNC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves the hungry, homeless, and less fortunate neighbors on the Upper East Side of Manhattan through outreach, service and advocacy. Programs are run at the Church of the Holy Trinity (CHT), 316 East 88th Street, between First & Second Avenues. HTNC's board of trustees is made up of caring New Yorkers from all walks of life, many of whom are parishioners at CHT. But HTNC is proud to bring together people of many faiths -- Christians, Jews, Muslims and others -- as well of those of no particular faith at all. What they do share in common is a desire to help those in need, alleviating hunger, homelessness and isolation for those in need in our neighborhood. The Neighborhood Center runs four major community outreach programs: Neighborhood Saturday Supper, the Shelter, Senior Lunch, and the Thanksgiving Project.

Learn more about HTNC, and support our outreach work by clicking here.