826NYC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our services are structured around our belief that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success.
Stand Up for 826NYC
January 31, 2016
The Bell House (149 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215)
Trivia Night for Cheaters 2015
The Bell House, 149 7th St., Brooklyn, NY
Erasers for Breakfast: Exclusive League of SuperHumans Film Screening
September 22, 2015
826NYC Exhibition, Auction & Reception
Wednesday, July 22
6 – 8 pm
David Zwirner Gallery: 533 West 19th Street
Super Kids, Serious Authors: A Supporters-Only Extravaganza
May 4, 2015
37 Main Street, Brooklyn, NY
Scrabble for Cheaters: A Benefit for 826NYC
April 25, 2015
372 5th Avenue, Brooklyn (Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co.)
Smart Alecks for Smart Kids: An 826NYC Fundraiser
Monday, December 8th
Doors at 8pm. Show at 8:30pm
The Bell House: 149 7th St, Brooklyn, New York 11215
Trivia Night for Cheaters
Sunday December 7th, 2014
The Bell House, 149 7th Street, Gowanus, Brooklyn
Storytelling & Bookmaking with the Brooklyn Book Festival
September 20th, 2014
826NYC, 372 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Meet our February Volunteer of the Month: Gili Malinsky
February 1, 2016
For over a year, Gili has brought her positive attitude and sense of humor to helping to manage store volunteers and to serving as a member of the vol...
Thank You AT&T for supporting the Young Authors Book Project
January 26, 2016
AT&T to fund the Young Authors Book Project....
The 826NYC Review, Issue No. 6
Jan 13, 2016
The 826NYC Review, a collection of student work from the writing programs of 826NYC and the boroughs of New York City, is out now! ...
Interview with Giulia Rozzi, comedian, writer, and 826NYC volunteer
January 7, 2016
Giulia Rozzi talks volunteering and the importance confidence can play in writing and storytelling. See her live at Stand Up for 826NYC on January 31s...
Meet our January Volunteer of the Month: Danielle Sinay
January 6, 2016
Danielle has only been volunteering with 826NYC since the beginning of the school year, but already she has gotten herself involved in every aspect of...
Meet our December Volunteer of the Month: Michele Somerville
December 1, 2015
Michele has logged over 200 hours as a volunteer at 826NYC and we're thrilled to recognize her for her dedication! During this time she has helpe...
Meet our November Volunteer of the Month: Alyse Wexler
November 2, 2015
January will be Alyse’s two year anniversary at 826NYC. In that time, she’s tutored regularly in both Park Slope and Williamsburg and taught a wor...
Meet Volunteers of the Month: Valerie Courtney & Lindsay Neff!
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Lindsay and Valerie met at a workshop last spring and have been partners-in-826NYC-crime ever since. This fall, they're co-leading a Cryptozoolog...
Meet our September Volunteer of the Month: Nolan Boomer
August 24, 2015
Nolan currently attends Oberlin College where he studies creative writing. Prior to this month he lived in Buenos Aires, where he studied architectura...
$826 for 826 by 8/26
Join us in our efforts to raise $8,260 to support our free creative writing programs by 8/26!...
Being a King and a Beast
If I could be any animal, I would be a rabbit. I would have the name Furry because I have lots of fur. I want to be a rabbit because I could be a household pet or a wild animal. On a normal day I would get pet and fed all day like a king. Once in a while I would scurry out of the house, go into the ...
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