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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.

  • 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

  • Screenshot from Fox 5 New York Minute at Sunnyside Community Services

    Volunteering in a New York Minute

    Just in time for National Volunteer Week, Fox 5 New York aired this segment highlighting recent volunteer activities at the SCS Center for Active Older Adults.
  • SCS' Jonha Gensler and Kerly Serrano on set at UniMas interview Feb 2018

    SCS on UniMás

    Sunnyside Community Services Associate Executive Director of Community Services, Jonah Gensler, and Kerly Serrano, director of the Center for Active Older Adults were interviewed on UniMás (Channel 68) on Sunday about the range of services SCS makes available for people of all ages.
  • Image from Sunnyside Shines BID with SCS Career Readiness interns

    SCS Career Readiness Program SHINES

    The Sunnyside Shines BID shared a story about engaging local business with our Career Readiness program participants.
  • univision_november_2017_sunnyside_community_services_caregiver_story.jpg

    Univision Explores Impact of Alzheimer's Among Hispanic Communities

    21% of family caregivers in the US are Hispanic. Among the community, watching over a loved one is a duty worth fulfilling. For many it is a full-time, unpaid and stressful job.

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.