in New York
Housing and Education
Habitat for Humanity New York City
Habitat for Humanity New York City transforms lives and communities by building and preserving affordable homes for hard-working, low-income families – and by uniting all New Yorkers around the cause of affordable housing.
Hunger and Homelessness
New York City Rescue Mission
The New York City Rescue Mission exists to provide help and hope to the hungry, hurting, and homeless men and women in New York City. The mission strives for the holistic health of those we serve through a wide range of services and programs.
Church of the Ascension
The Church of the Ascension food pantry is one of primary food collections in Greenwich Village. The Pantry distributes food every Tuesday and Saturday at 8:30am to hundreds of hungry New Yorkers.
Hope for Our Neighbors in Need
Hope for Our Neighbors in Need provides short and long-term care to those suffering. In addition to hosting a food pantry, volunteers have the opportunity to prepare and host meals and offer life affirming hospitality to the pantry’s visitors.
Seamen's Church Institute
The Seamen’s Church Institute is the largest, most comprehensive mariner’s agency in North America. Annually, its chaplains visit 3,400 vessels in the Port of New York and New Jersey, and along 2,200 miles of America’s inland waterways. SCI is recognized as a leading advocate for merchant mariners by the United States Government.
Canterbury NYC is a gathering of faith communities of the Episcopal Church focused on higher education throughout New York City. Grace Church hosts Canterbury Downtown, bringing together students from NYU, The New School, Cooper Union, Hunter College, Pace University, and others.