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President Jimmy Carter shares a message with 2013 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project volunteers:
To be notified when volunteer registration is live for the 2013 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in New York City, enter your email here and select "Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project Notifications."
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In addition to our ongoing homebuilding and Brush with Kindness projects, Habitat for Humanity New York City currently has volunteer opportunities for groups or individuals to assist with demolition work on Staten Island to help families affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Habitat NYC and Lowe’s Team Up for National Women Build Week to Help a Staten Island Family Affected by Superstorm Sandy
More than 20 women, including longtime Habitat volunteer and actress Emily Bergl, volunteered with Habitat for Humanity New York City on Saturday, May 4 in recognition of National Women Build Week. Together, the volunteers helped remove debris from a Staten Island home that was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
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Habitat NYC Volunteers Honored by New York Mets
A total of 300 Habitat NYC volunteers formed a human house on Citi Field as part of the New York Mets Opening Day ceremony, which honored heroes and volunteers who played an integral role in the response to Hurricane Sandy.
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Miss America 2013 Mallory Hagan Volunteers with Habitat NYC
As part of her New York homecoming, Miss America 2013 Mallory Hagan and other members of the Miss America Organization participated in a day of service with Habitat NYC
Habitat for Humanity New York City is pleased to announce Neil Hetherington as our new Chief Executive Offier.
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Watch our video about how Habitat NYC changes the lives of hardworking New York City families.
Read our Winter 2013 Newsletter
Habitat-NYC honored E*Trade, Plymouth Church and Habitat homeowner Theresa Lyde during the 13th Annual Builder Awards gala on January 29, which was emceed by Steve Lacy and Ines Rosales from Fox 5.
Habitat NYC hosted its 14th Annual "Building on the Dream" Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend of service to honor Dr. King's legacy and launch its 2013 Housing Covenant.
Learn about the event
See the event featured on NY1
Read the covenant
Habitat NYC Receives Lumber Milled from the 80th Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
Lumber from the 80 year-old, 80-foot Norway spruce will be used to help build Habitat-NYC homes.
Welcoming President Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter Back to New York
Habitat for Humanity New York City will be a host of the 30th annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in October 2013. Each year, President and Mrs. Carter lead volunteers for a week in building safe, quality and affordable housing.
Become a Habitat NYC homeowner!
Learn more about our program by attending one of our information sessions. RSVP for each participant is required via email or by calling (212) 991-4000 ext. 327. Learn more by visiting our Homeownership Page and watching our homeownership video.
Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m.
Habitat for Humanity New York City
111 John Street, 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10038
Fourth Tuesday of every month, 6 to 8 p.m.
Neighborhood Housing Services of Bedford Stuyvesant
1012 Gates Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11221
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“Drywalling for a Better NY”: Wall Street Journal on Habitat NYC and David Terveen
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