El Barrio Angels is a partnership of St. Edward the Martyr that provides a safe space and network of resources and support to immigrants, regardless of status or ability to pay. We provide a drop-in center Tuesday-Thursday 9am-2pm at St. Edward the Martyr (14 East 109th St).

El Taller Latino Americano is a community-based non-profit arts and education institution established in New York City in 1979 to bridge the gap between Latin and North Americans through the language of art, dance and music. The Church of St. Edward the Martyr is proud to host El Taller on our campus for Spanish and English language classes, arts programming and music.

Located next door to St. Edward's, the New York Common Pantry is New York City's largest community-based food pantry and is designed to meet the needs of our families by providing culturally-appropriate and nutritiously-balanced food. Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the Common Pantry distributes grocery packages to thousands of families.


Located next door to St. Edward's, Positive Exposure is a nonprofit that celebrates the beauty of human diversity and promotes a more inclusive global society through educational programs, lectures, photography, film and multi-media exhibitions.

North Brooklyn Angels is a volunteer-powered nonprofit in Brooklyn that has been feeding meals to the community since 2017. The Angels bring food to where the need is, through our mobile soup kitchen (the Angelmobile), which now regularly serves over 3,000 hot, healthy meals a week at six locations in North Brooklyn.

Incarnation Camp is a nonprofit, traditional year-round camp, retreat and education center located in Essex, Connecticut. The camp was established in 1886. It is the oldest, co-ed, continually operated camp in the United States. St. Edward's has had a long relationship with Incarnation and children of our parishioners are regular campers. Please contact info@saintedwardthemartyr.com for more information.

InnerCHANGE East Harlem was launched in January 2019 by a family who had relocated from England back in 2014. The team is committed to Jesus-centered companionship alongside those struggling with the tough challenges of loneliness, loss of direction, isolation, and poor health.