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HELP USA Shares Mission of Pope Francis to Give Homeless ‘A Concrete Hope’

HELP USA SHARES MISSION OF POPE FRANCIS TO GIVE HOMELESS ‘A CONCRETE HOPE’
HELP’S MENTORING FOUNDER, MRS. MARIO M. CUOMO WILL DELIVER SPEECH ABOUT FAMILY STABILITY AT THE WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES IN PHILADELPHIA
“The Gospel calls, asking of us to be close to the smallest and forsaken,” Pope Francis said. “To give them a concrete hope. […]

By |September 21st, 2015|Blog Posts, News, Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on HELP USA Shares Mission of Pope Francis to Give Homeless ‘A Concrete Hope’

Local Family Donates $14,000 in Backpacks and School Supplies to 86 Children at HELP Suffolk Transitional Shelter

Brookhaven, New York (August 31, 2015) Just days before the new school year begins, 86 children currently living at HELP USA’s Suffolk County Shelter received fully stocked backpacks, organized by local student and Dix Hills resident, Kanan Patel.

Kanan, who is about to enter her sophomore year at Friends Academy, was inspired by her family’s dedication […]

By |August 31st, 2015|Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on Local Family Donates $14,000 in Backpacks and School Supplies to 86 Children at HELP Suffolk Transitional Shelter

What Happens When The Largest City In The U.S. Decides To End Veteran Homelessness?

by Bryce Covert

The phone rings just as Katrina Fingerson and Latoya McClary are about to leave to start their shift at the Goddard Riverside Community Center. It comes in on the line reserved for the 311 calls from concerned citizens and businesses who report homeless people on the streets, and the receptionist immediately starts scribbling […]

By |August 20th, 2015|Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on What Happens When The Largest City In The U.S. Decides To End Veteran Homelessness?

Housing for Homeless Veterans Is Planned for Ex-Walter Reed Site

By Mikayla Bouchard

WASHINGTON — The hallways of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center, which cared for generations of soldiers, have been quiet since the hospital closed in 2011 and merged with the nearby Bethesda Naval Hospital. But a deal being negotiated by the Army and the city of Washington might give the historic hospital a renewed […]

By |August 11th, 2015|Blog Posts, Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on Housing for Homeless Veterans Is Planned for Ex-Walter Reed Site

HELP USA’s Summer Camp Program Provides Hope and Fun For Hundreds of New York’s Homeless Children

August 12, 2015 (New York, NY) : For most children, summer camp is fun in the sun, days filled with sports, arts and crafts, and color wars, “bug juice” and hanging out with old and new friends.  For the hundreds of New York City metropolitan area children supported by HELP USA, summer camp represents much […]

By |August 10th, 2015|Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on HELP USA’s Summer Camp Program Provides Hope and Fun For Hundreds of New York’s Homeless Children

HELP USA is Honored to be Recipient of Portion of Proceeds from “Homme Less”

By Sarah Choi, Indiewire

Abramorama will release former model and fashion photographer Thomas Wirthensohn’s debut documentary, “Homme Less.” The film tells the incredible story of Mark Reay, a model and photographer who, despite his good looks and charm, is actually homeless and living on a roof in SoHo.

With New York City as a backdrop to Mark’s […]

By |July 30th, 2015|Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on HELP USA is Honored to be Recipient of Portion of Proceeds from “Homme Less”

Vegas Veteran, Wife go from Tent to Home

By KEITH ROGERS
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL

Air Force veteran Mark McGrath was among the ranks of Southern Nevada’s 692 homeless veterans until he and his wife, Jennifer, made the move to permanent housing in April thanks to a HELP USA program.

“If it wasn’t for this program we would still be sleeping in the desert,” Jennifer, 45, said […]

By |June 29th, 2015|Nevada, News, Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on Vegas Veteran, Wife go from Tent to Home

Homelessness Isn’t Funny, But They Are: Comedy Event Benefits HELP USA

The iconic Regis Philbin, Charles Grodin and Joy Behar, along with the highly-acclaimed stand-up comedians Marion Grodin and Ted Alexandro, entertained a packed house at Gotham Comedy Club on Monday June 1 to benefit HELP USA, the nationally prominent homelessness prevention organization.

Ms. Grodin opened up the show, titled “Homelessness Isn’t Funny, But They Are,” with a […]

By |June 7th, 2015|Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on Homelessness Isn’t Funny, But They Are: Comedy Event Benefits HELP USA

2015 HELP USA Hero Awards Dinner Honors BNY Mellon, Peter Hochfelder, and Ellen Levine

Performances by Debbie Harry, David Bryan, and IMPACT Repertory Theater Choir
Presenters Included Michael Strahan, Anna Quindlen
Gov. Cuomo Delivers Remarks                  

Click here to view photos from the event
NEW YORK, NY (May 19, 2015) – More than 500 captains of business and industry, civic leaders, New York notables, and A-list talent gathered last night at Cipriani 42nd […]

By |May 29th, 2015|Press, Press Releases|Comments Off on 2015 HELP USA Hero Awards Dinner Honors BNY Mellon, Peter Hochfelder, and Ellen Levine

Homeless veterans deserve a place in the American dream

By Maria Cuomo Cole

(CNN) Karlene S. is a 35-year-old Army veteran who served as part of the post-9/11 war against terrorism. A single parent, she has three children, the youngest two diagnosed with ADHD and other ongoing special needs. She herself has health issues, including hypertension and depression. While she has tried to provide for her […]

By |May 25th, 2015|Permanent, Press Releases|Comments Off on Homeless veterans deserve a place in the American dream