DO YOU KNOW?

Do you know . . . Graffiti 2 Community Ministries has an annual fundraising goal of $300,000 for our operating expenses. Broken down, that’s $25,000 a month to serve the 100+ kids, teens, and adults who walk through our doors. … Read More

Tennis Camp: Week 3

This week has been a blast for all of us here in the South Bronx! Our delightful and servant-hearted friends from Forest Baptist Church (Forest, MS) have accompanied us in serving our community through a tennis camp this week! After … Read More

Park Games: Week 2

After a week of dealing with park closures, battling the heat, and escaping the rain, this second week turned out to be quite the success! Graffiti 2 had some help from tremendous supporters from both First Baptist Church (Dothan, Alabama) … Read More

Basketball Camp: Week 1

Madness and chaos is upon us here in the South Bronx, and we could not be more thrilled! This past week our summer programs commenced with a full week of basketball camp and afternoon programs. Our long-time friends from Clearview … Read More

New 3-on-3 Basketball Champs!

And the 2019, 3-on-3 Basketball Champs are… On June 15, 2019, Graffiti 2 hosted our annual 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament. The day was full of spirited competition, opportunities to build relationships with young men and women in our community, and an … Read More

Summer 2019

For 14 years Graffiti 2 has served the Mott Haven neighborhood through summer programs for children, teens, and families. As we gear up for our 15th summer, we are excited about this year’s summer theme, “Beloved.” In all we say … Read More

Home Fire Campaign Report

On Saturday, April 20, Graffiti 2 Community Ministries hosted a Home Fire Campaign in conjunction with Send Relief, the American Red Cross and FDNY. Over 60 volunteers installed 103 smoke alarms in 32 apartments where over 62 people live. Thanks … Read More

1 2 3 4 14

Shop Graffiti 2's online store by December 15 to receive in time for Christmas Dismiss

Shop Graffiti 2's online store by December 15 to receive in time for Christmas Dismiss