The Point CDC

The Point CDC offers after-school and summer programming for 500 Hunts Point young people in grades 1-12. Through justice-based arts and service learning activities, THE POINT’s Arts and Advocacy Youth Development Program aims to support the academic and pre-professional, artistic and positive social development of young people and engage them as leaders in sustainable community development. The gardens at Riverside Campus are planted by teens in the A.C.T.I.O.N program.