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Welcome to Sunnyside Community Center

We offer great programs and services to the Sunnyside community.

Programs & Services

  • Youth and Family Programs

    Youth and Family Programs

    Young people discover and develop their talents through our range of educational programs.  We offer services from pre-kindergarten through college to help participants achieve their potential.  

  • Women Involved with our Senior Programs

    Senior Programs

    Older adults can come to SCS for educational and fitness classes and other opportunities to stay healthy. We also provide support for seniors facing physical or cognitive impairments and for their family caregivers.

  • Care at Home

    Care at Home

    People living with physical limitations or dementia can sustain their health and independence through our personalized services. We offer help that enables them to care for themselves and maintain their homes.

  • Family and Caregiver with Elderly Woman

    Care NYC

    More than 380,000 New Yorkers are living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. It often falls to a family member, such as a partner, child, or parent, to provide the care their loved one needs to remain at home.

Latest News

  • Fundraiser for the Sunnyside Fire Relief Fund

    Fundraiser for the Sunnyside Fire Relief Fund

    The morning of December 13th, a devastating fire ripped through the heart of our neighborhood of Sunnyside, Queens, destroying six businesses and leaving dozens of employees out of work in the middle of the holidays.
  • Breakfast with Santa, Dec. 16

    We invite families in the community to join us for Breakfast with Santa, Sunday, December 16, at 10:00 am. All families are welcome. Food and refreshments will be served, and there will also be games and activities. Best of all, Santa will be there to greet your little ones.
  • Moderator Cindy Rodriguez, NYPR reporter, with author Ingrid Rojas Contreras at SCS

    Author Ingrid Rojas Contreras at Sunnyside Community Services

    On Tuesday, December 11, best-selling author Ingrid Rojas Contreras read from her novel, "Fruit of the Drunken Tree," and shared fascinating insights about writing, life, language, and historical and personal context with moderator Cindy Rodriguez, New York Public Radio senior investigativ
  • SCS College Readiness Peter Wilson is NY1 New Yorker of the Week Nov. 5 2018

    SCS College Readiness Director Peter Wilson is "New Yorker of the Week"

     "The idea is not just for students to get into good schools but it's also to go to college and stay there and thrive," Wilson said.  Five thousand students have been helped by the program. Some of them return to assist the newest crop of applicants.


Sunnyside Community Center


We strengthen our community by providing a continuum of vital services and activities that enrich the lives of individuals of all ages.