An Upstream Intervention to Prevent Homelessness
The Partnership To End Homelessness FY23-26 strategy leverages our 40 years of experience — from our roots addressing street homelessness to decades of providing housing, employment, health and education services for families — to advance our revised mission:
Ending Homelessness By Preventing It.
This past year, we provided more than 10,000 direct housing, health and crisis services, stabilized more than 2,500 New Yorkers in their homes (at a cost savings of $95M) and partnered with organizations city wide to provide mental health care, food and other emergency services.
NYC homelessness is a story about women and children of color, disproportionately hurt by domestic violence, evictions and overcrowding in a city with a dearth of affordable housing and housing assistance.
Central to our prevention work is our Save Homes Campaign, an upstream intervention model that combines financial and housing assistance with mental health and well-being services to prevent evictions and keep New Yorkers in their homes (and out of shelters) long term.
This Save Homes model is cost-effective and humanitarian, and it works.
The Save Homes Campaign fund was developed by The Partnership to source private support to augment and expand our homelessness prevention services, (including rental and financial assistance, rehousing, crisis, counseling and education services).
The Campaign is designed to:
You can partner with us to prevent homelessness for thousands more of our city neighbors by supporting the Save Homes Campaign fund and availing of our Corporate Sponsorship opportunities.
Our method of achieving our mission is by working in partnership as we believe it takes bringing together the wisdom and resources of all sectors to permanently end homelessness in NYC. You can partner with us to prevent homelessness for thousands more of our city neighbors by supporting the Save Homes Campaign fund and availing of our Corporate Sponsorship opportunities ranging from $10,000 to $500,000.
Thank you for your partnership to end homelessness for all New Yorkers!
|Website Listings, Dedicated Blog Post and Email Feature
|Listing on the Save Homes Campaign landing page of the website
|Listing in Annual Report
|Blog post highlighting your sponsorship
|Logo on the Save Homes Campaign landing page of the website
|Dedicated e-blast to The Partnership’s full email list
|Prominent display on website and spotlight in the Annual Report
|Face-to-face acknowledgment and update from the CEO to your team (in-person, webinar and/or via direct mail)
|Quarterly blog post, email and social media promotion
|Social Media Acknowledgment
|Channels — LinkedIn and Facebook
|1 Static Post
|1 Static Post; 1 Animated Post
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At the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, we know that a stable and affordable home is the foundation from which individuals, families and communities grow and flourish. But we also know that, for many New Yorkers, the risk of losing that stable foundation has worsened in recent years. The Partnership To End Homelessness’ Save Homes Campaign is an extraordinary, innovative, and effective approach to ending homelessness before it begins. We are thrilled to be able to support The Partnership in this vital effort to help keep New Yorkers in their homes and that stable foundation in place.”
— José R. González, President and CEO of FHLBNY
Anthony and Nancy Bowe
The Hagedorn Fund
Estate of Joanna C. Harris
Estate of George F. Mueden
General Atlantic Foundation
Estate of George D. Harris, Jr.
Donald Layton and Sandy Lazo
William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison
David and Kris Woll
Andrew and Mimi Crawford
Dandelion Charitable Foundation
Henry and Lucy Moses Fund
Arthur and Lois Stainman