Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center

Operated By The CYO Of Mercer County

1801 East State Street,  Hamilton, NJ 08609, (609) 587-8100

Fax: (609) 587-9601, E-mail - info@cyobromley.org

Home

Upcoming Events

Evening

Youth Program

 

Summer Food Service Program

Computer LAB

 

Food Pantry

 

Hall Rentals

 

Summer Camp

The Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center is a Hamilton Township facility, operated by the CYO of Mercer County, dedicated to providing services and programs that will enrich the lives of Hamilton Township and Bromley neighborhood residents.  The Bromley Center has developed and continues programs and activities  which are essential for low & moderate income residents of Hamilton Township.

Hamilton residents helping each other!

Click For Larger View

CHECK OUT THE CYO BROMLEY CENTER JOB BOARD OPENINGS WALL ON THE WALL OUTSIDE OF THE COMPUTER LAB. 

A LOT OF GOOD OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE!

Upcoming Events

 

CYO Bromley Halloween Parade Wednesday, October 28 to download a flier click here

 

Bromley Fall Food Festival , Thursday, November 12, to download a flier click here.

 

Teen Center Re-Opens starting September 14! 

Monday through Thursday 6:30pm – 8:30pm and Fridays 6:30pm -9:30pm

 

CYO Bromley Center is Open Monday To Friday 

Computer Lab hours are 9:00am – 11:30am and 1:30pm – 4:00pm.

 

Click Here To View The List Of Our Sponsors That We Want To Thank

 

Click Here For Updated Information On The Bromley Food Pantry

We will be open on Tuesday and Thursdays

for Food Pantry distribution from 9:30am - 11:30am and 2:30pm - 3:30pm.

 

Click Here To View The CYO Bromley Photo Galleries

Although nutritional food programs may benefit some local students during the school year, for those students, summer break does not just mean a break from classes and homework. It also means a break from the nutritional food programs that the children rely upon.

 

But thanks to a partnership between Hamilton Township, the CYO of Mercer County - which operates Hamilton’s Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center and Mercer Street Friends – another non-profit that coordinates a local food bank at the center, township children between the ages of 5 and 14 can continue to enjoy nutritional lunches throughout the summer.

 

A US Department of Agriculture grant will allow the free summer lunch program – which officials believe is the first of its kind in Hamilton – to start in late June and continue through the middle of August.  The program will provide local children with nutritional lunches at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center. 

 

On sunny summer days, children who are registered for the program will be able to enjoy lunch at the center’s picnic tables, which surrounds a brand new playground set that officials recently installed.  During inclement weather, lunch will be served inside the center.    

 

Hamilton parents can register their children for the program by its June 19th deadline by contacting the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center at 609.587.8100, info@cyobromley.org  or visiting the center, located at 1801 East State Street in Hamilton.  Applications are also available on the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center’s website: cyobromley.org

 

Because this program is available to solely children of Hamilton Township, parents must provide proof of residency identification.

 

“We are excited to be able to provide this beneficial service at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center.  Through this summer program, I believe this partnership between CYO of Mercer, Hamilton Township and Mercer Street Friends will make a true difference for children across Hamilton Township,” says Thomas Mladenetz, Executive Director of the CYO of Mercer County.

CYO Bromley ROYAL Mentoring Program participating in a recent Art Project.

CYO Bromley Farm to Family Program

CYO Bromley Center has partnered with RWJ Barnabas Health and Snipes Farm on a Farm to Family Program.  The program operates for 16 weeks from July to October with weekly sessions for participating families.  During each session, families are taught the nutritional value of eating fresh produce which is supplied from Snipes Farm.  Additionally participants learn some home gardening tips on how to grow fresh fruits and vegetables on their own, and healthy living education.  The goal of the Farm to Family program is to address food insecurity.  Below are some pictures from the program.

Click The Photo For A Larger View

To learn more about the CYO of Mercer County

visit their website at www.cyomercer.org

To learn more about Hamilton Township, New Jersey

visit their website at www.hamiltonnj.com

1801 East State Street,  Hamilton, NJ 08609, (609) 587-8100

Fax: (609) 587-9601, E-mail - info@cyobromley.org