Bryant Community Center
3 W. Eden Court, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
The Ride Public Bus Route: #5
P: 734.477.0292 │ F: 888.343.4454
Bryant Community Center (BCC) is located in the Bryant/Arbor Oaks/Stoneybrook neighborhood in SE Ann Arbor. The community encompasses about 260+ households – about 75% experience low incomes.
Educating Children & Youth
Free 6-week Educational Summer Camp designed to prevent summer learning loss
Free After School Program that provides homework & reading support, enrichment activities, social-emotional development, snack, and more
CAN Art & Design program in which students develop creative skillsets to inquire, design, build, and connect with their broader community
School-Family Liaison Services
Holiday gift support (for select families)
Referrals to additional Washtenaw County resources
Free food is provided to the children & youth attending Bryant's After School and Summer Programs
Emergency food pantry available when the community center is open (hours below)
Food distributions and pantry available Mon-Thurs from 10am-3pm and Fri from 10am-2pm. Restocking occurs on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings.
Interested in Volunteering with or Donating to the Bryant Market?
Email email@example.com to get started.
CAN hosts regular holiday and community parties/events
Relationship-building between teachers, CAN staff, and CAN families
Conflict-resolution between community members
Partners with Ann Arbor Police Department to promote positive relationships between police and community members
Activities for senior citizens, Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous, Women's Group, community events, and space to rent
For more than a year, CAN's Bryant Community Center has been partnering with the City of Ann Arbor and residents of the Bryant neighborhood to make Bryant the first carbon-neutral neighborhood in the country.
This project is focused on centering the goals, aspirations, and strengths of the community in order to implement sustainable solutions that make the community more resilient by saving money, improving indoor health and comfort, advancing safety, addressing the climate crisis, and creating good-paying, family-sustaining jobs. You may have seen us out in the community informing your neighbors about the project and listening to their ideas!
If you are interested in learning more about this project and how you can get involved, please contact Krystal Steward at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734.994.2985 ext. 178.
Looking for more resources?
Visit CAN's Washtenaw County Resource Guide to find what you need.
Hours of Operation
Fayiza Nabilsi (she/her), Director of Bryant Market & Facilities
Tyla Tolbert (she/her), Director of Bryant Educational Programs
Krystal Steward (she/her), Environmental Sustainability Senior Outreach Specialist
Nimsi Paavo (she/her), Environmental Sustainability Outreach Specialist