At Jericho Project, we have long believed in the power of community, inclusivity and togetherness – both in the programs and residences we operate and within our workplace culture. These are indeed the principles on which our organization was founded back in 1983, and they will forever remain tenets within our overarching mission to end[…..]
A new reading list for those who are interested in contextualizing and understanding poverty in the United States. This book club list offers a variety of viewpoints and the authors represented here approach poverty from interesting and compelling angles. There exists no singular expression of poverty, and poverty does not strike all demographics equally, those[…..]
[Originally published in Queens Ledger] Jericho Project opened its first Queens-based Veterans Resource Center in Ozone Park last Friday. The 35-year-old nonprofit organization’s original mission was to fight homelessness. In 2006, the group started the Veterans Initiative, which now serves 750 veterans annually.
On Friday hundreds of volunteers across eight locations in the Bronx and Harlem gathered for a Day of Action Against Homelessness. They pitched in on toy and clothing drives and decorated for the holidays to help veterans and vulnerable New Yorkers have a better holiday.
Jericho Project was honored to be recognized by at New York Housing Conference’s 44th Annual Award Gala as 2017 Nonprofit of the Year. Check out this video featuring our accomplishments!
Jericho Project, a 34-year-old nationally-acclaimed nonprofit ending homelessness at its roots, and supporting partners will kick-off the Second Annual Day of Action taking place December 8th.
Jericho Project, a nationally-acclaimed nonprofit leader ending homelessness at its roots, has been named an Official Charity Partner of the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon 2017.
News 12 Bronx did a segment on New York City’s First Lady Chirlane McCray and Department of Veterans Services Commissioner Loree Sutton as they visited our veterans’ residence, Kingsbridge Terrace, and met some of the formerly homeless veterans who reside there.
Supportive housing is the most effective way to end homelessness. Watch Jericho Project’s Deputy Chief of Programs and Clinical Practices, Adriana Rodriguez, discuss Jericho Project’s implementation of supportive housing on this Bronx Talk news segment from March 20th!
This article was originally published in ThinkProgress. Bryce Covert Mar 13, 2017 Trump’s surprise cuts will only make things worse in a city that already has a housing crisis. In a surprise move, New York City’s public housing authority received a letter from the Trump administration last week informing it that its federal funding will be[…..]