Zone 126 and the Cradle to Career project have added incredible value our programming in Long Island City/Astoria. This partnership has helped us to increase the number of students served in these neighborhoods and has improved the overall quality of our partnerships with these schools, allowing us to provide deeper, richer programming to these students.

- Zone 126 Partner

Our Impact


Students engaged in 11 programs Last Year


Average attendance rate, up from 73% in ’16-‘17


Additional days of school attended by Zone participants

Taking action, every day.

Through programs that encourage financial planning, mindfulness, literacy, mental health, cultural competency, life skills, and so much more, we’re actively engaging with our four Focus Areas every day, in a constant effort to strengthen the pipeline from Cradle to Career. Each month we report on these programs and their results, and we invite you to read about our current happenings!

See What's Happening

Looking toward the future.

We see big things for the children and families in our community. As Zone 126 and our programs and partnerships continue to grow, our community impact grows. We’re always looking for productive partnerships with organizations and volunteers who feel the same passion we do for the people in Zone 126, and we’d love to work with you.

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We showed up at school because we were looking forward to the program.
100% of our partners believe that the parents and children in our community are benefiting from the Cradle to Career project.
Program partners offer high quality, impactful programming across a number of evidencebased program quality, positive youth development, and academic behavior indicators.
Zone 126 improved data collection and evaluation design compared with years past.
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See what we can do together.

Zone 126 is able to do what we do through the generosity of our community and supporters. When Zone 126 is thriving, so are our students. And when our students thrive, so do our families, our businesses, and our communities. We’re all in this together.