Bronx Grail Center
Located in a densely populated area of the South Bronx, the Bronx Grail Center is near the three major New York airports and only 20 minutes by subway from midtown Manhattan. (The #6 local subway line to the Brook Station in the Bronx)
- Women’s leadership and self-esteem workshops.
- Monthly meetings of local community women. Others from the New York/ New Jersey region are always welcome.
- Local action activities related to current themes/issues of the international Grail.
- Women’s Micro-economic project: La Adventura.
- Outreach to teenage girls and young women, offering opportunities of environmental and justice awareness, personal growth, and international consciousness
- As part of a nongovernmental organization (NGO) of the United Nations, the Bronx Grail is engaged in the struggles for equity for women, environmental and land justice, and sustainable development.
A center of hospitality.
- Welcoming women from the neighborhood as well as visitors from other countries.
- Gardening and cooking: Connecting with New York area members around the Community Garden in Cornwall and local Bronx community gardens, offering space to Indigenous groups, growing good food.
As an NGO, the Grail internationally has special consultative status at the UN. New York area Grail members have a significant role in being an active presence at the UN. Every year, women and girls from various countries are welcomed to attend the International Day of the Grail, Commission on the Status of Women and Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. The Grail participants as well members from other NGOs can stay at the Grail Center.
Reach out to Angelica Contreras to learn more about how you can participate!
Bronx Grail Center
470 E. 138th Street Bronx, NY
Mail: PO Box 540082 Bronx, NY 10454-0061
Reach out to learn more about how you can participate!
Grail National Office
Phone: 513-683-2340 ext. 1
Grailville (Loveland Campus)
A rural oasis just a short drive from Cincinnati in Miami Township/Clermont County, the Loveland campus (aka Grailville) is a tangible expression of the Grail’s mission and values. A place of art, social and personal transformation, and care of the earth since 1944, this continues to be a resource for the greater community.
Activities at the Loveland Campus and National Office:
Programs to develop young women’s leadership and self-esteem, like Crew, the Science Cohort, and the Alternative Treatment Program.
Partnerships with local environmental organizations to rewild and transform the greater community.
Resources to support regional nonprofit as they pursue like-missioned goals.
Space and opportunities for individuals, families, and groups to explore the great outdoors through hiking trails, outdoor labyrinth, and birdwatching.
Opportunities to improve the whole health — mind, body, and soul.
Artistic and cultural expression through exhibits and recitals.
Rural and Migrant Ministry
The Grail is pleased to share that Rural and Migrant Ministry, Inc. (RRM), a like-missioned nonprofit organization, is leasing the Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, NY property as its organizational headquarters and program center.
RMM has a 40-year tradition of serving the people of New York. Any questions or inquiries about retreats or space rentals at this property should be directed to email@example.com.