How to Help
The Uni Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Together we can transform the street-level experience in underserved neighborhoods.Other$100$250$500$1000$2500$5000
See a list of our supporters. Set up an automatic monthly donation. Donate from a Donor Advised Fund using DAF-Direct. Donate by mail. Support via Amazon Smile. The Uni Project has a Platinum rating on Guidestar.
Our browsable collection must engage people of all ages and turn kids on to reading. We like children’s picture books, poetry, short stories, essays, art and photography, interesting reference. We love bilingual and international titles. Learn more about our collection. Visit our wish list at Strand Bookstore or donate gently used books. Contact Leslie Davol.
We’re looking for dynamic people who want to be around books, art, and other educational materials, spend time outside, and connect with people from all walks of life. Volunteers greet the public, re-shelve books, read aloud to kids, and supervise activities. Language skills helpful. People skills essential. To get started, contact Leah Kaplan.
Apply for a Program Development Internship
Go deeper with a commitment to work with us behind the scenes to develop our READ, DRAW, SOLVE, EXPLORE programs in NYC. Previous experience in library science, education, exhibit design, or related fields preferred. To apply for an internship, contact Leslie Davol.
Work with us!
We’re always looking for great people to work at the Uni Project. Please visit our hiring page.
The Uni Project does not discriminate against any applicant or employee with regard to hiring, retention, promotion, benefits or compensation because of race, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship, gender, age, marital status, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. See our Diversity and Inclusion Policy and Equal Employment Opportunity Policy.