|PROGRAM & COMMUNITY PARTNERS|
Catholic Charities New York
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York offers a network of services aims to address the physical, emotional and psychological needs of children and their families, immigrants and refugees, and the homeless. South Bronx United partners with the Catholic Charities and the South Bronx Health Center's Terra Firma program to provide a recreational outlet for unaccompanied immigrant minors, while also providing legal and support services to several of their clients.
The Inwood House has long been a leader in New York in teen pregnancy prevention, youth development, and family support. South Bronx United has partnered with the Inwood House to implement Teen Health Education programming, based on its Making Proud Choices curriculum.
Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
South Bronx United has partnered with the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center through its community mapping program.
South Bronx Health Center
The South Bronx Health Center, affiliated with Montefiore Hospital and the Children's Health Fund, provides a range of health services to the community. South Bronx United partners with the South Bronx Health Center's Terra Firma program to provide a recreational outlet for unaccompanied immigrant minors, while also providing legal and support services to several of their clients.
Student Success Network
The Student Success Network creates solutions to challenges facing education and youth development organizations in New York City through a network approach. South Bronx United is network member.
Terra Firma NYC
Terra Firma aspires to empower immigrant children to develop resilience, attain stability, and reach their full potential. SBU partners to provide a recreational outlet for Terra Firma youth on the soccer field and handles the legal casework for some participants.
Urban Assembly School for Careers in Sports
The South Bronx community high school provides support and facilities for its After School Tutoring Program.
|COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS AND COALITIONS|
Bronx Immigration Partnership
The Bronx Immigration Partnership unites and increases the capacity of Bronx community-based organizations to provide a coordinated safety net of immigration services for new and newly eligible populations in the Bronx who are the most vulnerable to immigration fraud.
New York Immigration Coalition
The New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) helps foster immigrant community leadership and civic engagement, and puts immigrants at the table in the major public policy debates of the day. As a member organization with the NYIC, South Bronx United participates in trainings and program events and hosts a NYIC AmeriCorps VISTA member.
|OTHER CORPORATE, NONPROFIT, AND INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS|
Hostos Community College
The only CUNY college in the South Bronx provides support through the Continuing Education Department and Athletics Departments.
New York City FC
South Bronx United is an official youth affiliate of New York City FC, the only MLS team playing within the five boroughs.
New York City Parks and Recreation Department
Provides programming space for South Bronx United youth programs
Play Soccer 2 Give
Supports charitable organizations, including South Bronx United, though pickup soccer games, organizing, and public relations.
South Bronx United partners with this consortium of organizations that support soccer as a force for social change and development around the world on various programs and gains expertise from its network of members.
South Bronx United is a member of TrustLaw, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono service that links high-impact social enterprises and NGOs with top law firms who offer free legal assistance.
South Bronx United is a member of this nationwide organization supporting sports-based youth development programs.
U.S. Soccer Foundation
The US Soccer Foundation has been a supporter of South Bronx United's work through grant support and forums for sharing best practices.
Westchester Square Physical Therapy
Provides strength and fitness training within the SBU travel program and offers pro-bono physical therapy services to SBU youth.
World Vision serves a network of organizations in the greater New York City, focusing on the South Bronx and Washington Heights. In addition to trainings and networking opportunities, World Vision provides South Bronx United with essential program and office supplies.