We work with faith communities and local, state and national advocacy organizations to alleviate homelessness and promote affordable housing in New York State and beyond.
The Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing is a coalition of religious organizations and individuals working with and on behalf of homeless, poorly housed, and at-risk individuals to address homelessness in New York City and beyond. The Assembly was founded in 1986 at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in New York City.Visit Website
New York State Council Of Churches Is A Statewide Organization Through Which Christians Accomplish Mission Goals That Can Be Achieved More Effectively By Working Together With A Focus On Social Justice, Institutional Pastoral Care, And Ecumenical Cooperation In Education, Worship, And Action.Visit Website
A significant portion of the Interfaith Affordable Housing Collaborative’s mission is to promote public policies which will lead to the development of affordable housing and the reduction of homelessness. The following is a list of some of our major partners in this work throughout the state of New York and beyond