The Community League of the Heights (CLOTH) is a multi-service, community development organization dedicated to supporting and empowering the economically disadvantaged residents of Washington Heights. CLOTH’s holistic approach to community development provides a comprehensive framework of social and neighborhood services to stabilize and strengthen family life.
Throughout its 66-year history, CLOTH has been dedicated to finding solutions to the problems of poverty and disinvestment that confront the neighborhood. We work dynamically to address problems and needs as they arise, keeping pace with the changing needs and demographics of our residents.
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66 Years of CLOTH: Advancing Equity For All
In collaboration with several community partners, CLOTH runs programs aimed at bringing mental and physical health equity to our neighborhood.
The Lucille Bulger Center for Community Life is a multifaceted institution housing a 6th-12th grade public community school, a health clinic, and CLOTH offices.
CLOTH's Housing development is dedicated to preserving and developing the housing stock of the Washington Heights neighborhood for low-income families.
We help the unemployed / underemployed members of our community secure jobs. This program has enriched lives by improving job skills, increasing confidence and enhancing economic stability
We would like to recognize FGPH for their unwavering support and commitment of the work of CLOTH.
Serving the Washington Heights community since 1952