New York Magazine Introduces Immigrant Comic Series Featuring Manny Cantor Center!

New York Magazine introduces new column “The Golden Door,” by artist Ali Fitzgerald that tells the stories of members of New York City’s immigrant community interviewed right here at Manny Cantor Center.  The first comic tells the story of Weinberg Center members Gene and Lolita. Read their story here.   ...

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MCC Celebrates Volunteer Appreciation Week

Since More Hands More Hearts’ inception in 2015, we have had over 900 volunteers perform over 33,000 hours of service, translating to over 910,000 of donated time. Volunteers help our programs run and enable our community to grow and prosper. They give of themselves every day, donating time and support…...

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Meet MCC: Manny Cantor, The Founder of Our Immigrant Story

From the opening of Ellis Island 125 years ago to the welcoming beacon of the Statue of Liberty, New York has always had a rich and strong history of immigration. Today, 60% of New Yorkers are immigrants or children of immigrants, including Educational Alliance Board of Trustee member Richard Cantor,…...

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Meet MCC: Jacky, MCC Fitness Member

Jacky has been a member at Manny Cantor Fitness for about four years now, since he was fifteen, and being part of the MCC Fitness family can only be described as a life-changing experience for him. Though he didn’t start using his membership until about a year and a half ago,…...

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Young Voices Through Art Imagines 2050

Esmeralda, Noelani, and Wilkely are 11th grade members of our Edgies Teen Center and hope the future has some girl power in store. The three impassioned young ladies were part of a team of nine dedicated students who designed a beautiful art piece for the Young Voices Through Art: Our…...

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