Who We Are

Project FIND provides older New Yorkers with the services and supports they need to live enriched, independent lives on Manhattan’s West Side.

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Gala 2017

Honoring Charles Lauster, Helen Rosenthal and Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church

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Senior Centers

Check out this month's calendar of classes, meals and activities at all four of our centers

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Our three supportive housing residences provide safe, permanent, affordable housing for seniors with social services are integrated into every aspect of our programs.

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Homeless Services

If you are homeless and over the age of 60, or if you know someone who is, Project FIND is here for you

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Senator Jose Serrano Constituent Hours Today at Hamilton


Hearing Aids

hearing-aids_custom-a9d8eb9b74fdf67d8831dacbf069fb528f3068b7-s800-c85.jpgFour out of five older Americans with hearing loss just ignore it, in part because a hearing aid is an unwelcome sign of aging. But what if hearing aids looked like stylish fashion accessories and could be bought at your local pharmacy like reading glasses?



Art Fair and Fundraiser

Please Come Join Us for the Project FIND Art Fair and Fundraiser. Doors open at 11 in the morning -- there will be art and jewelry for sale -- and in the afternoon we will have music with pianists and light jazz vocalists!  Come on by -- it's gonna be a great day!

West 71st Street at the Corner of Columbus!


Geeking out in the golden years

old-people-web-designing-02.jpgIn the first known study of older adults learning computer programming, Guo outlines his reasons: People are living and working longer. This is a growing segment of the population, and it's severely underserved by learn-to-code intiatives, which usually target college students and younger. Guo wants to change that. He would like this in-demand skill to become more broadly accessible.

"Computers are everywhere, and digital literacy is becoming more and more important," said Guo,


Hamilton Mystery Boat

Boat_in_Hamilton.jpgFile this one under Things You See in New York

"Ahoy, Mateys!"  -- spotted over the weekend in the lobby of Project FIND's Hamilton House!  

Is The Unsinkable Molly Brown moving in?

Did someone get a memo on rising water levels we should know about?

Are freelance pirates working on the UWS on weekends

Share your theories in the comments box after the jump


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