Arts programs with free meals. Showers for queer homeless youth. Accompaniment for immigration check-ins. More than marble, Judson's Stanford White-designed building stands tall at the foot of Washington Square Park, boasting a unique history rooted in the inclusive ethos of Greenwich Village and symbolizing Judson's steadfast commitment to the spiritual, artistic, and social justice initiatives that fill its walls to this day.Since the building's completion in 1982, Judson visitors have enjoyed the stunning views of our 16 John LaFarge stained glass windows, our Herbert Adams altar sculpture, and our Maitland Armstrong rose window, all the while enjoying arts performances, sharing free meals, or launching the next community service program to support the needs of the surrounding neighborhood and beyond.

If we are to continue nurturing our vital programs, our historic landmark building--our home--needs your help! We are entering an exciting new phase of restoration to raise $10 million to protect and preserve this historic building for current and future generations. Essential repairs include:

  • Replace the roof
  • Restore the marble front steps
  • Repair ceiling damage
  • Upgrade lighting and sound system
  • Make accessibility improvements

We appreciate your help to restore Judson for the New York community!

Please click here to give to our Capital Campaign >>

 
55 Washington Square South New York, NY 10012 | phone: 212-477-0351 | fax: 212-995-0844