"Every day, I help hardworking New Yorkers try to find homes they deserve or keep the homes they have. They are parents and people with jobs, yet many are just one emergency away from losing the homes they have. I know this because I work with those parents. I know this because I used to be one of those parents."
—Jessie Garcia - Coalition for the Homeless
More than 58,000 New Yorkers, including over 23,000 children, are sleeping in shelters every night, while another 3,000 sleep on the streets. In staggering numbers, hard-working New Yorkers have lost their homes. Rents have soared while wages have barely budged. Affordable housing is in short supply. As a result, more and more families are struggling to make ends meet and dangerously close to losing their homes.
In 2015, Robin Hood helped nearly 11,000 vulnerable New Yorkers avoid eviction, find emergency shelter, or move into permanent housing. Our support also helped our partners maintain more than 12,000 units of supportive housing across New York City.
ROBIN HOOD'S Housing NONPROFIT PARTNERS
- Bridge Fund
- Coalition for the Homeless
- Columbia Population Research Center
- Common Ground
- Community Access
- Community Preservation Corporation
- Corporation for Supportive Housing
- CSH (Moving On)
- Enterprise Community Partners
- Goddard Riverside
- HELP USA
- Housing + Solutions
- Housing Help Program
- Jericho Project
- Samaritan Village
- South Brooklyn Legal Services
- Supportive Housing Network of NY
- Urban Pathways