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The Red Hook Art Project (RHAP) is a tutoring and mentoring project that organizes professionals to volunteer to provide gifted, under-served children and youth with free classes and tutoring in visual art, music and homework help. A non-profit that...

Street address: 183 Richards Street

The Red Hook Boaters is a volunteer organization that provides free kayaking in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Their mission is to help people get on the water and enjoy the New York Harbor, and to instill a sense of protection for our unique coastal...

Street address: Louis Valentino Jr. Park

Red Hook Civic John McGettick ran the Red Hook Civic for decades. In early 2020, at about the time the pandemic hit, he sold his house and moved out of Red Hook. The Civic seems to be moribund since that time. We will update here if that changes....

Red Hook Conservancy (formerly Friends of Red Hook Recreation Center) a dvocates for the Red Hook Recreation Center and engaging in stewardship of Red Hook park spaces. Address:  155 Bay St.  Brooklyn, New York Website:...

Street address: 155 Bay Street

Red Hook Gospel Tabernacle 72 Van Dyke STreet, Brooklyn 11231 Their statement: "To enhance the world globally through the Word of Christ by respecting people with love, compassion, integrity and excellence."

RHI's Statement: "RHI believes that social change to overcome systemic inequities begins with empowered youth. In partnership with community adults, we nurture young people in Red Hook to be inspired, resilient, and healthy, and to envision...

Street address: 767 Hicks Street

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