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Come to Make the Road New York's community centers to join our weekly organizing projects, or participate in our large mobilizations throughout the year. Visit our directions page to find the center closest to you, where we will connect you with services, education and community organizing projects that interest you the most.

Become a Member
Join 14,000+ members in fighting for dignity and opportunity for all New Yorkers. Your $120 lifetime membership fee helps strengthen our organization and grants you access to MRNY's high quality services and education programs. Contact the office closest to you to find out more.

For information on sponsoring our Walk for Immigrant New York, Annual Gala, or community development programs, please contact Development Director Julie Miles at 718-418-7690, ext. 1203.

MRNY was recently awarded Guidestar's Gold-level participant rating, demonstating the highest level of transparency. Find out more about our organization on Guidestar, including all up-to-date financial data and public charity filing forms.

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As America's premier independent charity evaluator, Charity Navigator has rated MRNY among top nonprofits for our exceptional financial health and responsible practices. View our rating here.

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Now you can support Make the Road New York when you sell your items on eBay. With just a few simple steps you can donate a portion of your profits using eBay Giving Works. Click here to learn more and start selling!

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Paid Sick Days Now the Law in NYC!

Starting July 30, 2014, workers in NYC can now take paid sick days under the recent expansion of the Earned Sick Time Act that MRNY members helped to win.

Building upon the original law, now workers at businesses with 5 employees or more can earn up to 5 paid days off per year to care for themselves or a sick family member. No worker in NYC can be fired for taking a sick day. Read more...