Community Caregiver Project (CCP) is a free weekly activity hub for infants and young children 6 weeks – 6 years old under the supervision of their parents or caregivers. As York Street Project is an inclusive sanctuary for women and children, we do our best to give back to the community that supports our mission by creating this space for babies, children and their parents/caregivers. We hope you can join us soon for CCP activities! Walk-ins are welcome.

When are CCP activities held and what are the current activities?  

All CCP are held on Tuesdays from 10-11AM.  Activities rotate on a weekly basis and include but are not limited to story hour, music and movement, Lego building and open play, and Hindi music and movement and poetry hour. The diversity of the weekly activities reflects the diversity of the residents of Jersey City.

Where are CCP activities held?

York Street Project hosts the CCP in its second floor auditorium, with the exception of the summer months when the activities are held outside at Van Vorst Park.

Donate to the York Street Project!

CCP activities are free, though donations to the York Street Project for attending the CCP activities are welcome and voluntary, whether in-kind or monetary.

If you are interested in learning more or would like to offer a free community activity, please contact Nelly Tabora at

Community Caregiver Project Calendar (click to enlarge or print)