How to build healthy communities?

Building Healthy Communities starts with you.

When you think of a healthy community, it can actually mean a lot of things. Typically, a healthy community is dependent on the people who formulate it, the environment where a quality education system is implemented, safe neighborhoods with low crime rate and continuous flow of healthy employment opportunities that will nurture the community residents. Building such healthy communities is not possible by a single person's effort, instead, it has to be a collaborative effort where people come together and build sustainable community.

Hence, there are several ways to build a healthier community. NYXT partners with reputable content partners that focus on community building initiatives such as health, education and youth. Check out a few organizations below that promote different ways to promote and build healthy communities.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City - Watch video below how mentorship is important in creating opportunities for young kids. To experience a strong, enduring professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationship with adults can have profound and lasting impact on kids as those interactions can help change their lives for the better.

mentorship.png - Watch video below to see how composting helps produce fresh produce for the communities that really need them.  Help the community by creating a sustainable environment food and waste can be recycled. It also helps volunteers to come together and make a difference in the community. 

"There are so many great ways that people could work to leave the world a better place just for having living in it. Individuals making choices to live sustainably and think long and hard on the impact they have on many people coming together to make choices to come together to achieve greener environment."


Learn how you can be part of the community where your values, healthy guidance and passion can all come together to ultimately help building healthier communities in New York.

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