In an effort to keep DT staff and clients safe under COVID-19 conditions, our office will continue to offer limited in-person services on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11-5pm, while the majority of our programs and services will remain virtual. Check out our monthly calendar here, our social media, and our quarterly newsletters or regular news bulletins for more updates.

If you are a DT client and you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 646-723-3325 or via email at


SWITCH Target Registry

Destination Tomorrow has extended its services to a supportive housing program at 2134 Barnes Ave intended to support victims of sex trafficking and other forms of sexual violence, specifically GNCGNB and trans individuals. Please help DT support its most vulnerable community members by purchasing household items from this target registry to fill our the 15 apartment, 30 occupant complex for SWITCH (Sex Workers Immediate Temporary Comprehensive Housing).  


Impulse Group NYC, in collaboration with LaQuann Dawson, presents a new queer art book to celebrate and archive the spectrum of our intricate experiences as a queer community in NYC. All proceeds for the sale will go, in part, to DT as well as to other trans and queer organizations.
How to Donate or Get Involved?
2) Retail price is $35 (again profits go toward donations)
3)The more you donate, the better your chances to receive exclusive merchandise and swag.

DT Barnes Avenue Food Pantry (COMING SOOn!)

Destination Tomorrow: The Bronx LGBT Center would like to welcome all Bronx community members and the New York general public in need of food services to stop by our new Food Pantry at our 2134 Barnes Avenue location (the basement floor). It is our organization’s belief that all individuals, regardless of citizenship status or social identity, should have access to free, nutrient-based foods for their survival as humans as well as for their abilities to operate effectively. If you have any questions about our food pantry services, then please call 646.723.3325 or visit our website at for updates and information. 

There is no donation too big or small. You can drop off non-perishable items at Destination Tomorrow’s office at 452 East 149th 3rd floor, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11:30 to 4pm. For large donations, please call or email so we can accommodate.


We commit to lateral impact for our community via all-ages education & empowerment programs. Call us anytime to register for free at-your-pace G.E.D. preparation classes taught on-site by a T.A.S.C.- certified instructor (applicants admitted on a rolling basis)!  READ MORE



It is our mission to hold space for our community members. We receive intakes by appointment & walk-in during business hours (11 AM – 7 PM). Drop in for a weekday visit 4 PM – 7 PM or on Saturday afternoons to browse our clothing exchange for casual & business wear, get a fresh haircut, and stock up on personal hygiene products. READ MORE


Cyber Services

Because of guidelines and precautions we must adhere to keep each other safe we have had to greatly reduce in-person services. That doesn’t mean you cant take advantage of some of our newest virtual services! READ MORE



Ready to work? Enroll in our Career Readiness program to sharpen your job interview skills and receive professional development training. With an ear to the ground, our Job Access Specialist (in partnership with WorkForce1) assists community members in their search for sustaining, gainful employment. READ MORE



COVID-19 Collective Fund for Trans Communities

COVID-19 Collective Fund for Trans Communities

Destination Tomorrow’s TRANScend Community Impact Fund, Borealis Philanthropy’s Fund for Trans Generations, and Third Wave Fund have launched the COVID-19 Collective Fund for Trans Communities to get financial resources to trans-led...

TD Bank Pride

TD Bank Pride

BRONX, New York (WABC) -- 1.6 million young people are homeless in the United States every year... 40% of them identify as LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer). "I was living in the streets out here in the Bronx - I was kicked out of my family house in...

People at this organization are amazing I feel no shade or backstabbing I feel wanted and loved they will help with whatever they can.


Kaashif Bryant

Destination Tomorrow is a great place to come and be a part of something bigger than yourself for the Bronx Community. They've helped me get insurance and linkage to medical care and gave me something to look forward to. It truly is a privilege to be a part of the DT family helping to serve the Bronx Community in a positive way! With many services to provide to the LGBTQ community DT is more than a LGBTQ community center because they open the doors to allies as well to help everyone. I definitely recommend anyone who needs a positive outlet with positive environment that is provided by DT to come and get involved with DT, especially if you are in the Bronx.

 - De Man

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"Post COvid-19 Funding will be challenging now more than ever, & Black and Brown TGNC orgs need support! Destination Tomorrrow's rapid response initiative is designed to help meet those needs."

-Sean Coleman, Executive Director

TD Bank Pride

TD Bank Pride

BRONX, New York (WABC) -- 1.6 million young people are homeless in the United States every year... 40% of them identify as LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer). "I was living in the streets out here in the Bronx - I was kicked out of my family house in...

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Sean Coleman – Cheddar

Sean Coleman – Cheddar

Sean Coleman, executive director for Destination Tomorrow, and Steve Garibell, Vice President of LGBTQ+ Business Development at TD Bank, joins Cheddar to discuss bringing financial literacy, GED programs, and job readiness to the LGBTQ+ community in the Bronx.

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New York Times – Pride Article

New York Times – Pride Article

  By Rick Rojas Shyloh Mugler Curet’s home, a Bronx apartment she shares with her 83-year-old grandmother, has not always felt like one. She faced rejection from her family when she came out as gay. “Keep it to yourself,” some relatives told her. Several years...

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Destination Tomorrow Press Release

Destination Tomorrow Press Release

Press Release     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sean Coleman, Destination Tomorrow, Executive Director Contact number: 718-288-2677 Email Email:   DESTINATION TOMORROW, TO OPEN THE BRONX LGBTQ CENTER Bronx, New York (August 15, 2018) – Destination...

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Bronx,N.Y. 10455
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Tel: 646.723.3325
Fax: 917.580.6485