What We Do

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Our 10th Year Anniversary

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Partners and Supporters

Founding Principles

Annual Reports

Staff

Awards and Recognitions

Partners and Supporters

  1. Community Based Organizations
  2. Non-governmental Organizations
  3. Federal Government
  4. State and Local Government
  5. Schools
  6. Financial Supporters 

COMMUNITY-BASED AND OTHER NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
 1. American Museum of Natural History
 2. Bike New York
 3. Bike The Bronx
 4. Bissel Gardens
 
5. Bronx Children's Museum
 6. Bronx Council for Environmental Quality
 7. Bronx County Historical Society
 8. Bronx Park East Tenant Community Association
 9. Bronx River Parkway Reservation Conservancy
10. Bronx is Blooming
11. Bronx River Art Center
12. Bronx Volunteer Coalition
13. Bronx Works
14. buildOn-
15. Christodora Inc.
16. City Parks Foundation
17. Community Greens
18. Downtown Boathouse
19. Drew Gardens
20. East Bronx History Forum
21. East Coast Greenway Alliance
22. Environmental Education Advisory Council
23. Five Borough Bicycle Club
24. Friends of Brook Park
25. Friends of Shoelace Park
26. Friends of Soundview
27. Friends of Van Cortlandt Park
28. Gaia Institute
29. Getting Involved Virginia Avenue Efforts G.I.V.E.
30. GLOBE/ Queens College
31. Groundwork Hudson Valley
32. Grow NYC
33. Harding Park Homeowners Association & Environmental Center
34. Harlem River Working Group
35. Hunts Point Alliance for Children
36. Hutchinson River Restoration Project
37. iLAND
38. Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center
39. Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance
40. Montefiore Medical Center
41. Mosholu Preservation Corporation
42. Natural Resources Defense Council
43. Nos Quedamos/We Stay
44. New York Botanical Garden
45. The Horticultural Society of New York
46. New York City Housing Authority Gardening Program
47. NYC H2O
48. NYC WaterTrail Association TA
49. New York Restoration Project
50. NY/NJ Baykeeper
51. The Osborne Association
52. Partnerships for Parks
53. Phipps Community Development Corporation
54. Pratt Center for Community Development
55. The Point CDC
56. RCNYC
57. Regional Plan Association
58. Recycle a Bicycle
59. REI
60. Rocking the Boat
61. Southern Bronx River Watershed Alliance
62. Storm Water Infrastructure Matters(S.W.I.M)
63. Sustainable South Bronx
64. Transportation Alternatives
65. Tri- State Transportation Campaign
66. VeloCity
67. Wakefield, Williamsbridge & Woodlawn History Project
68. Wakefield Taxpayer & Civic League
69. Westchester Biking and Walking Alliance
70. Westchester Native Plant Center
71. Wildlife Conservation Society
72. Yonkers Green Policy Task Force
73. Youth Ministries for Peace & Justice
74. 222nd St Block Association

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
75. Urban Waters Federal Partnership
76. National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
77. National Park Service, Rivers and Trails
78. Office of Congressman Joseph Crowley
79. Office of Congressman Eliot Engel
80. Office of Congressman José E. Serrano
81. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
82. U.S. Forest Services
83. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
84. Bronx Borough President’s Office
85. New York City Community Boards: 2, 6, 9, 11, 12
86. Mayor's Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability
87. New York City Department of Education
88. New York City Department of Environmental Protection
89. New York City Department of Parks & Recreation
90. New York City Department of Transportation
91. New York City Soil & Water Conservation District
92. New York State Office of the Attorney General
93. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
94. New York State Department of State
95. New York State Department of Transportation
96. New York State Office of Parks Historical Preservation
97. Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Conservation
98. Westchester County Department of Planning
99. Westchester County Soil and Water Conservation District

SCHOOLS
100. ALC/PS6
101. Academy of Environmental Science
102. Archimedes academy
103. Bronx Academy for Computer and Tech
104. Bronx Community Charter School
105. Bronx Guild High School
106. Bronx International High School
107. Bronx Light House Charter School
108. Bronx Little School
109. Bronx Satellite High School
110. Bronx Science
111. City College
112. CS 211
113. Collegiate Institute for Math and Science High School
114. DeWitt Clinton High School
115. Emelior Academy
116. Explorations Academy
117. Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School
118. Fieldston School for Ethical Culture
119. Fordham University- Sandra Lobo
120. Good Shepherd
121. Immaculate Conception
122. Jane Addams High School for Academic Careers
123. Lehman College/ CUNY/
124. Learning Tree
125. Manhattan College
126. Metropolitan Lighthouse Charter School
127. NYCDOE Teaching American History Grant Program
128. New York Institute for Special Education
129. New York University Wallerstein Collaborative
130. New York Institute
131. P.S 214
132. Queens College , CUNY
133. SUNY Maritime
134. Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation
135. Validus Prep
136. Van Nest Academy
137. Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School

Dedicated Volunteers:
Charles Berenguer, Stephen DeVillo, Ruby Moore, Morgan Powell, Dan Hamburg, Judy Hutson, Nilka Martell, Charles Vasquez, Michael Gupta, Gerry Segal, Martha Schwartz, Hank Stroobants, Robert Ward, Elizabeth Hamby, Lisa Liquori, Raphael Schweizer, Laura Solis, Mel Rodriguez.




FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS

Foundation and Government
The Bronx River Cleanup Program was funded in part by the Wildlife Conservation Society through the resolution of an enforcement action against the Society brought by the New York State Attorney General.

Businesses 
In-kind Donors
  All of us at the Alliance are grateful to these funders and to the many generous individuals who support our work.