Maria Cuomo Cole Featured in Self Magazine

She believes we can end homelessness in America. And she wants you to help her do it. Click here to view.

By |December 17th, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

Bloomingdale’s Holiday Wishes Campaign

Since 2008, Bloomingdale’s has partnered with HELP USA in New York City to provide holiday wishes to the children and parents living in domestic violence shelters. This holiday season, Bloomingdale’s will once again answer letters from children and parents living in two local domestic violence shelters and collect supplies such as books, educational videos, crayons […]

By |November 22nd, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

New Programs Start at Newark Gensis JBJ Soul Homes

Graphic Design and Fine Arts Programs

Currently works with over 20 residents and community members.

Students receive an introduction to what the meaning of graphic design is and the many professional opportunities it provides. Students will be inspired by contemporary design and be introduced to the most popular designer sites and understand work in the various industries […]

By |October 27th, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

HELP USA’s Street Soccer Team Heads to Homeless World Cup

Ben Kaminsky, Epoch Times Staff

NEW YORK—A national team of 16 selected soccer players from nationwide Street Soccer teams is headed this Thursday to Brazil for the Homeless World Cup.

New York City Homeless Services commissioner presented jerseys to the team on Thursday in Roosevelt Park, in Manhattan. Later, players from The Red Bulls professional soccer team warmed up […]

By |September 20th, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

BNY Mellon Supports HELP USA’s Work with Homeless New Yorkers

A well-known proverb says, “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, but teach him how to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.” That’s the philosophy of Help USA, a nonprofit organization that helps homeless people become – and remain – self-reliant.

BNY Mellon has provided funding to support Help […]

By |August 16th, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

HELP USA Co-hosts Stalking Awareness Training in Harlem

On June 10, 2010, HELP, in collaboration with the Upper Manhattan Domestic Violence Collaborative Project, co-hosted a training entitled, “The Diverse Faces of Stalking” at the Adam Clayton State Office Building in Harlem. The training focused on the issue of stalking, with a special emphasis on disabled victims of stalking and domestic violence. The training, […]

By |June 14th, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

Visit the Royal Pains Summer Shirt Exchange Today at Greeley Square Park

The perfect summer series is returning with a perfect summer treat for fans … and all for a great cause! On Thursday, June 3 from 8AM to 6PM, USA and LACOSTE will take over Greeley Square Park on 32nd & 6th in New York City to present the Royal Pains Summer Shirt Exchange.

How it works: […]

By |June 3rd, 2010|Blog Posts, News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

ABC Feature: Joan Hornig Donates to HELP USA’s Culinary Arts Program

To view the feature piece, please click here.

By |June 1st, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

For Second Year, Bloomingdales and HELP USA Partner to Honor Mothers in Domestic Violence Shelter for Mother’s Day

For the second year, Bloomingdales and HELP USA partnered to honor the mothers living in HELP’s two domestic violence shelters for Mother’s Day. As you can imagine, homeless victims of domestic violence experience a tremendous amount of stress in their lives on a daily basis – they are single parents juggling the extraordinary tasks necessary […]

By |May 11th, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments

Plan Would Require Homeless to Work to Qualify for Rent Subsidies

The Bloomberg administration is planning to require more homeless families to get jobs in order to qualify for rent subsidies, city officials said Tuesday.  For the last three years, the city had provided certain homeless families with vouchers good for one or two years of free or steeply discounted rent. Since the program began, more […]

By |April 14th, 2010|Blog Posts, News|0 Comments