We have some big news...
Those of you who know Kite's Nest understand how much we care about our environment. We believe that physical space informs how we learn in fundamental ways: our environments can cultivate curiosity and imagination, spark collaboration, and catalyze community. We are excited to share that we have accepted the generous donation of a large undeveloped building and property on Hudson’s waterfront, called The Riverloft. The property is the site of our existing urban garden and sustainability project, the River City Garden, which is already a place of nourishment and gathering for dozens of families and children who live in the neighborhood
Becoming stewards of the Riverloft Building allows us to dream big, to build a vision for a future that welcomes in our collaborating organizations as stakeholders and secures solid ground for our vision and community at a time when affordable space is rapidly becoming scarce in Hudson.
Over the next 12 months, we will enter into a research and planning phase for the building, inviting everyone's voices to the table to create a roadmap for our future. We will then launch our first capital campaign to bring that vision to life.
We hope you are as excited as we are.