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PortSide NewYork creates NYC's most innovative waterfront programs in ports, parks, shipyards, storefronts, schools and on the tanker MARY A. WHALEN.
Our new long-term home enables us to expand so many activities, especially our educational programs where we use WaterStories about the waterfront and the ship MARY A. WHALEN to bring multiple themes to life and teach life lessons.
Please make a year-end donation to help us expand programs for visiting schools, summer internships, job-training programs -- and the other good work we do.
PortSide educational programs teach the elementary physics of simple machines, Hurricane Sandy and community resiliency, restoration and preservation skills, and more. We always explain the working waterfront and harbor.
As part of our #GetOnBoard campaign launched in late October, we have recruited personnel to expand our curricula and school relationships.
Please donate now and help PortSide reach more students.
Please support our #GetOnBoard
campaign and help PortSide grow!
1st graders from City & Country school learning about the harbor.
3rd graders from Crispus Attucks elementary school in the wheelhouse during a class about hurricanes Sandy and Katrina.
Summer interns from CTE school high school WHSAD restoring a teak railing.
Comments from 3rd graders who learned about Red Hook's hurricane Sandy experience and recovery during a ship visit in November.
PortSide NewYork is a living lab for better urban waterways.
PortSide brings WaterStories to life.
Our WaterStories programs, services and advocacy show how to combine the working waterfront, public access and community development.
PortSide brings the communities ashore and afloat together,