Jericho Project’s First Annual Day of Action is this Friday, December 2nd! With over 10 supporting partners and 250 volunteers, this city-wide day of service will raise funds and awareness for homelessness in New York City and its very effective solution: supportive housing.
BRINGING AWARENESS TO LOCAL ISSUES, AND CONNECTING VOLUNTEERS WITH OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. WFUV is supported by a community of smart, curious, caring people.This fall, WFUV’s Strike a Chord campaign turns its attention to veterans returning home. The road to reintegration can be difficult for veterans. They’re spotlighting organizations that help vets readjust to[…..]
Volunteers across New York City to give back at start of holiday season. Our Day of Action will give New Yorkers a way to tackle the crisis of homelessness head-on and give back to our beloved city, — Tori Lyon, CEO of Jericho Project. NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) OCTOBER 20, 2016 Jericho Project, a 33-year[…..]
This article was originally published in City Limits. Lukas Vrbka August 23, 2016 For three years, Mark Williams has come home to his own studio apartment in a spacious six-story building on the western edge of Fordham manor. But even now, Williams remembers exactly what it’s like to freeze on the New York City streets[…..]
This press release was originally published on www.npccny.org. New York, NY August 2, 2016 The New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards Program, in its 10th year, announced today 11 nonprofit organizations in the city and Westchester that have been chosen as semifinalists for $60,000 in prizes and prestigious scholarships. The New York Community Trust Nonprofit[…..]
This post was originally published on PRWEB. NEW YORK, NY JULY 19, 2016 Tori Lyon, CEO of Jericho Project, a nationally-acclaimed nonprofit ending homelessness at its roots, will receive a Brava Award for distinguished leadership and achievement bestowed by SmartCEO. Lyon will be honored at the Brava Awards ceremony on July 27, 2016 at Hudson[…..]
New York, NY — LaToya Williams-Belfort, Chief Development and Communications Officer at Jericho Project, has been named a 2016 Rising Star in the nonprofit community by New York Nonprofit Media. This prestigious award will be presented July 21, 2016 at Capital Grille in New York. “LaToya Williams-Belfort is an innovative and passionate advocate for vulnerable New[…..]
When veterans are incarcerated, it’s usually because they have a history of trauma, not violence or unlawful activity. However, they get placed in the system anyway. Watch Jericho’s senior social worker Sarah Harris on MNN discussing “Both Sides of the Bars: Unique Needs of Veterans with Criminal Justice Involvement.”
This article was originally published on PRWeb. MAY 24, 2016 Jericho Project has named LaToya Williams-Belfort to the position of Chief Development and Communications Officer. In this role she will be responsible for fundraising and communications for the nationally-acclaimed nonprofit, working closely with CEO Tori Lyon and the Board of Directors to enhance the impact of[…..]
This article was originally published by Aimee Simpierre in New York Nonprofit Media. Mayor De Blasio’s supportive housing task force is on a tight schedule to produce results, explained Tori Lyon, who was recently promoted to the role of Jericho Project’s first chief executive officer.