Hope for New York provides volunteer and financial resources to organizations serving the poor and marginalized of New York City.
We've lived in a handful of cities, but few have displayed as drastic an income gap as New York City. It's a complicated place that we love. As we start our new life together, we will always enjoy exploring the city's many facets.
Hope for New York, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, has actively supported relief efforts after superstorm Sandy and introduced us to a number of organizations that serve New York City residents, including:
- The Bailey House, a center in the West Village which provides safe, affordable housing for men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS
- The Bowery Mission's free meals program
- The Father's Heart Ministries, which provide services to the East Village community
- Don't Walk By, a campaign to provide relief and long-term assistance to Manhattan's homeless population