05.12.20

Jericho Book Club: Poverty

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[…..]

05.07.20

Jericho Book Club: Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we find that books can not only help us understand or sympathize, but can often help us talk about difficult topics. Here are some must-read books to enjoy this month to help start a conversation and #endthestigma.

03.31.20

Jericho Book Club: Young Adult and LGBTQ+

As we collectively begin to practice social distancing, it is important for us find ways of maintaining our sense of community. It is also a great time for us to all to spend more time reading content that will broaden our perspective and take us away from the daily onslaught of health related news. With[…..]

03.23.20

Jericho Book Club: Homelessness

As we collectively begin to practice social distancing, it is important for us find ways of maintaining our sense of community. It is also a great time for us to all to spend more time reading content that will broaden our perspective and take us away from the daily onslaught of health related news. With[…..]

02.12.20

Jericho Project Receives $2.2 Million in VA Grants to Combat Veterans Homelessness

Combination of grants provide vets with vital funds and counseling to get housed and prevent homelessness  New York, NY November 5 – Jericho Project, a nationally-acclaimed nonprofit ending homeless at its roots, has won a two-year $2-million grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to launch a new program to reduce homelessness among veterans[…..]

02.07.20

Opinion: Bring Humanity to the Fight Against Homelessness

Opinion: Bring Humanity to the Fight Against Homelessness Jericho Project CEO Tori Lyon recently wrote an insightful op-ed piece that discusses and promotes progressive changes that can be made to public policy and current social service funding levels that we believe will ultimately result in getting more New Yorkers off the streets and on with[…..]

05.06.18

Gardening Day at Walton House

It was a great spring day in the Bronx. Volunteers from Neuberger Berman participated in a day of gardening at our Walton House residence. Neuberger Berman employees, Jericho’s staff and residents enjoyed a day of planting the first flowers in the new development which will open this summer. Walton House will be the new home of formerly homeless and low-income veterans[…..]