Artist Willie Baronet to Exhibit ‘WE ARE ALL HOMELESS’


WE ARE ALL HOMELESS, a groundbreaking exhibition of more than 260 signs bought by Texas artist Willie Baronet while traveling through 24 U.S. cities, will open at New York University’s Kimmel Center on January 8, 2015. Baronet’s project, […]

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HELP HEROES Awards Dinner

The 2015 HELP HEROES Awards Dinner was held May 28, 2015 at Cipriani, 110 E 42nd Street, NY.

The honorees included:

BNY Mellon, Gerald L. Hassell, Chairman and CEO accepting;

Peter A. Hochfelder, Managing Member, Brahman Management LLC;

Ellen Levine, Editorial Director, Hearst Magazines.

Learn more about the event here.

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Hardy Williams Veterans Center at HELP Philadelphia IV

HELP Philadelphia IV development is a 60+1 unit, affordable rental community for seniors 55+ including those who require permanent supportive housing, with a preference to veterans, to be constructed in Southwest Philadelphia by HELP Development Corp. The new center is named after former trailblazing Pennsylvania state senator and decorated Army veteran Hardy Williams. With its […]

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Renaissance Apartments at HELP Las Vegas Plaza

Renaissance Apartments at HELP Las Vegas Plaza provides permanent rental housing for working, but still low-income households.  The complex offers permanent affordable housing to persons earning less than 50% of Area Median Income (AMI), with 26 units dedicated to persons earning less than 30% of AMI. Thirty percent of the housing are reserved for households […]

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HELP Philadelphia Homes & Brady Center

HELP Philadelphia Homes / Brady Veterans Center is a 63 unit, affordable rental community for families and disabled veterans located in Southwest Philadelphia. It was completed in February 2010. The project is a townhouse-style development with seven buildings with brick facades, off-street parking, and garden areas. There are 49 family rental units and 14 additional […]

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Genesis Square Townhomes

HELP Philadelphia I provides three-bedroom townhouses for homeless families. Located in the Mill Creek section of West Philadelphia, HELP USA and our service partners provide on-site employment counseling, GED classes, computer training, day care, counseling, case management, support services and parenting and life skills training.

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Newark Clinton Hill Apartments

Clinton Hill Apartments provides housing for veterans and low-income families. The first LEED Platinum building in the area, Clinton Hill Apartments incorporates green and sustainable features in the overall building design, including a rooftop garden. Residents of Newark Clinton Hill Apartments also enjoy computer rooms, a fitness center, meeting rooms, and community service space for programs […]

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Newark Genesis Jon Bon Jovi Soul Apartments

Newark Genesis Apartments is an innovative HELP USA project that includes permanent housing and 2,500 square feet of community service space located on Mt. Pleasant Avenue in the City of Newark. A portion of the development provides housing for HIV/AIDS clients served by Broadway House, a program of the University of Medicine and Dentistry in […]

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Broadway Genesis

Broadway Genesis provides housing for veterans and single adults 55 and over in Newark’s North Ward. Opened in October of 2013, the building includes a workout room, a community room, and onsite support services for residents and the surrounding community.

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Hickory Street Apartments

The Hickory Street Apartments consist of 25 units of service-enriched housing for formerly homeless adults. In June 1999, HELP restored this once abandoned property in Buffalo, New York, converted it to residential use and resulted in Hickory Street Apartments.

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