Many of our events will be in Manhattan, New York City, including the ones below.
If you have any questions or would like to come to our events please call us Tuesday - Friday at 1-212-280-0333, Saturday - Monday call: 1-917-428-1061. Use this 917 number if you wish to reach us during an event.
End Poverty Campaign
When the church was opened more than 170 years ago, its 100-foot bell tower was one of the tallest structures in New York. Clement Clarke Moore, author of the famous poem that starts, “Twas the night before Christmas,” was their organist.
The building includes beautiful Tiffany stained glass and still has its original pews. The wrought iron fence and gates are circa 1790 but don’t look a day over 210. :).
Free, no tickets or RSVP required!
If walking, taking a bus or cab, you’ll want to keep several blocks away from the route of the People’s Climate March.
If you’re coming by subway, there should be no problem - the demonstration stays many blocks away. It starts 11:30 AM at Columbus Circle (59th St. & Eighth Avenue) and will probably take over an hour to reach its end at 11th Avenue & 34th St. the front and back of the train may be less crowded than the middle.
Hearts & Minds volunteers and friends at a previous picnic.
Picnic in Central Park
You can meet us before start time at the Hearts & Minds office or go directly to our picnic spot as shown in this map. In case of rain, it'll be at Hearts & Minds' office. You're welcome to call 1-917-428-1061 for more info.
Dinner and the Metropolitan Museum,
82nd and Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
We have no charge for either event, but for the dinner it's BYOF (bring your own food :), and the Museum has a pay what you wish policy (everyone must pay them something).
If you'd just like to join us at the museum, meet us at 7:15 pm in the lower, street level entrance, about 75 feet south of the main entrance. You'll find us near the two main elevators, just past the coat check.