Nazareth Housing June Update

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Supportive Housing   Our Neighborhood, Our Park Last month, Park Avenue Thorpe Staff, tenants, and volunteers joined forces to clean up the community park at Thorpe Family Playground. The park is a place where many community members relax and spend time, and beautifying the space means a better community for all. Self-Care Saturday Another successful event hosted in tandem with … Read More

Nazareth Housing’s 20th Annual Benefit

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Nazareth Housing is immensely grateful for the wonderful show of support at the 20th Annual Benefit held on Tuesday, May 22nd. To be joined by so many friends and supporters reaffirms our belief that our community-based approach to helping families overcome barriers to economic security and housing stability resonates with compassionate New Yorkers like you. We would like to thank … Read More

LESReady! Hurricane Relief Statement

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he hoard of recent hurricanes has set record-breaking and unprecedented flooding throughout the Caribbean and United States, leaving many small islands utterly devastated. As a community filled with boriquas of the diaspora, LESReady! deeply feels for our family in Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria brought chaos and devastation to Puerto Rico, which was at one of its weakest states having endured … Read More

Nazareth Housing May Newsletter

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Louise’s Pantry at Park Avenue Thorpe will now use the Plentiful App to manage the distribution of food to the community. Clients use the app to reserve a spot in line, send staff information about changes to their family composition, or allow someone to join the line on their behalf for an emergency. Park Avenue Thorpe staff can use the … Read More

New Partnership Will Provide Solar Panels to Nazareth Housing Building

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New York, NY – December 15, 2016 – Nazareth Housing will be the recipient of the inaugural project from Affordable Solar New York, an initiative that will bring low-cost solar power to affordable housing providers in New York City. The initiative is organized by Solar One, GRID Alternatives Tri-State and Co-op Power, and aims to break the barriers that exist for many non-profit … Read More

Nazareth Housing Named NY Rising Community Center by Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery

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November 3, 2016 – New York, NY The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) today announced the selection of the 26 facilities and 19 service providers that will come together to form the NY Rising Community Center Program− a formalized network of resilient, community-run, neighborhood-based recovery centers that will serve New Yorkers in the case of future extreme weather events. … Read More

Nazareth Housing and Thorpe Family Residence “Become One” In the Fight to End Homelessness in New York City

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When the clock struck midnight on January 1, 2016, Nazareth Housing Inc. officially absorbed Thorpe Family Residence, Inc. into its portfolio of housing services. The Board of Directors, Executive Director and Staff of both organizations were pleased to welcome the New Year with the announcement of the finalization of the merger, a culmination of a multiyear process of preparation and … Read More

Nazareth Housing and TD Bank raise $2,335 in Bring Change Campaign

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Nazareth Housing & TD Bank partnered for the Bring Change Campaign, raising $2,335 towards homelessness prevention programs at Nazareth Housing. The campaign, held on Friday November 20, 2015 at TD Bank East Village (47 3rd Ave), encouraged community members to convert their loose change into paper bills, the value of which TD Bank matched in a donation to Nazareth Housing’s … Read More

Nazareth Housing to Provide Ongoing Case Management Services to Victims of Second Avenue Explosion

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For the next three months Nazareth Housing will provide case management services to approximately 22 households impacted by the gas explosion that destroyed three buildings in the East Village on March 26th. Good Old Lower East Side (GOLES) will also be providing case management services to those affected. The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City has raised $125,000 to support individuals and families … Read More