Saturday Night Lights


Saturday Night Lights (SNL) is our signature youth-development and violence prevention program. We are proud to fund world-class sports and fitness training in safe spaces for youth ages 8-18 across the five boroughs.

Site Locations

Manhattan:

  • Boys and Girls Republic (888 East 6th Street)
    • Saturday 6-10pm
  • Harvey Milk High School (2 Astor Place)
    • Saturday 2-8pm
  • Elbridge T. Gerry, Jr. Clubhouse (321 East 111th Street)
    • Saturday 5-7pm (ages 11-14)
    • Saturday 8-10pm (ages 15-18)
  • Corsi Community Center (307 East 116th Street)
    • Friday/Saturday 5-9pm
  • P.S. 57 (176 East 115th Street)
    • Friday/Saturday 6-9pm
  • Fredrick Samuel Community Center (669 Lenox Avenue)
    • Saturday 6-10pm
  • Pologrounds Cornerstone (3005 8th Avenue)
    • Saturday 4:30-8:30pm
  • Riverside Church – Gold’s Gym (91 Claremont Avenue)
    • Saturday 5-9pm
  • Manhattanville Community Center (530 West 133rd Street)
    • Saturday 5-9pm
  • Armory Center (216 Fort Washington Avenue)
    • Saturday 4:30-8:30pm
  • JHS 143 – Eleanor Roosevelt La Plaza Beacon School (515 West 182nd Street)
    • Saturday 4-10pm
  • P.S. 173 (306 Fort Washington Avenue)
    • Saturday 4-8pm

Brooklyn:

  • Winthrop Beacon Community Center (905 Winthrop Street)
    • Saturday 6-9pm
  • Prince Joshua Avitto Community Center (876 Schenck Avenue)
    • Saturday 5-9pm

Bronx:

  • Hostos-Lincoln Academy of Science (600 St. Ann’s Avenue)
    • Saturday 6-9pm
  • Webster Center (2255 Webster Avenue)
    • Saturday 4:30-8:30pm
  • Jill Chaifetz Transfer School (778 Forest Avenue)
    • Saturday 5-8pm (September 14th – October 26th)

Queens:

  • August Martin High School (156-10 Baisley Boulevard)
    • Saturday 6-9pm

Staten Island:

  • I.S. 49 (101 Warren Street)
    • Saturday 6-9pm
  • P.S. 44 (80 Maple Parkway)
    • Saturday 4-8pm

 

Our Partners


Watch SNL graduate Emily Campos talk about her experience with the City in the Community program:

 

Watch DA Vance discuss SNL at The Aspen Institute’s Project Play Summit: