New York Organizations, Clubs, and Groups

Settling into a new location, especially New York, can be difficult if you are unable to find information on the place. There are several clubs and organizations set up to help you with almost any form of guidance and support. Becoming a member of a certain organization will help you overcome the nervousness that comes with relocating to a new city. New York can seem crazy, but with support from your preferred groups and organizations, you too will be able to enjoy the city, like everyone else.

Here you will find a list of several organizations and clubs, but if you do not see anything that interests you, please feel free to contact us and we will research and add your requested information.

New York City Organizations

New York City YMCA Programs

The Young Men's Christian Association (commonly known as "YMCA" or in the USA "the Y") is a worldwide organization with a strong presence in the United States and New York City. In 1844 the organization was founded in London, England by Sir George Williams, put Christian principles into practice, achieved by developing "a healthy spirit, mind, and body." All YMCA programs have a strong impor...

New York City Little League Baseball

Little League baseball is a non-profit youth sports organization. While it is headquartered in South Williamsport, PA, it organizes baseball leagues and teams across the United States. Players from all across the country play locally and vie for a national title. The Little League was founded by Carl Stotz in 1939. Today, millions enjoy baseball. Youth can participate in the program and adults c...

New York City Boy Scouts of America

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the most successful youth organizations in the United States. New York City has a strong scout program. Residents in the area can find a great troop and council to attend. Boy Scouts learn to use the ideals spelled out in the Scout Oath, the Scout Law, the Scout motto, and the Scout slogan. They wear a uniform and work together in patrols of eight to ten boys...

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