Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) was founded in 1974 by three passionate female activists who petitioned City Hall to transform a former Bronx police station into a settlement house in the underserved, under-resourced neighborhood of Kingsbridge Heights. Today, KHCC is one of Bronx’s premier multiservice community-based organization reaching over 5,500 children, youth, and adults annually across four locations. KHCC is guided by its mission to provide resources to empower Bronx residents from cradle to career to advance education and wellbeing for a vibrant community. It achieves this in an environment that fosters academic milestones, literacy, mental health, nutrition, technology, and the arts. KHCC is distinguished from other organizations by its vertically aligned continuum of services designed to support individuals throughout their life cycle and its highly integrated service delivery model that allows participants of different ages, backgrounds, and abilities to learn and grow together. Our diverse, extensive program offerings synergistically work together to help participants achieve self-sufficiency, self-improvement, and cultural integration. A member of United Neighborhood Houses of New York City, KHCC embraces the settlement house model of community development and involvement. We act as partners to Bronx residents, helping them forge their own destiny as a unified, cohesive community. Our educational and personal empowerment programming supports community members across the life cycle with offerings across five divisions: early childhood, youth, adults and families, nutrition and food access, and KHCConnect.