In 1991, ReSOURCE opened its doors to create a space where materials could be reused and human dignity could be renewed. Since then, the organization has grown from a small reuse shop that sells furniture and appliances to a multi-faceted organization with five locations that create a marketplace for reuse while providing new opportunities to the under-skilled and long-term unemployed. In addition to providing goods and services at an affordable price to a wide demographic, ReSOURCE also uses its shops
Interests: Job Placement
The Gateway Center is designed to serve as the “gateway” to the community continuum of care that helps individuals move out of homelessness. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) defines a Continuum of Care as a local or regional system that provides the resources required to move homeless individuals toward self-sufficiency
TAP helps individuals and families achieve economic and personal independence through education, employment, affordable housing, and safe and healthy environments.
Total Action for Progress (TAP) offers over 30 programs to individuals and families achieve economic and personal independence through education, employment, affordable housing, and safe and healthy environments.
Founded in 2004 as the East River Development Alliance (ERDA), Urban Upbound is an innovative nonprofit organization located in Long Island City, Queens (five minutes from Midtown) working to provide public housing residents with the tools and resources for self-sufficiency and economic mobility. Urban Upbound provides services in four integrated program areas: 1) Financial Education: Building Resident and Community Wealth; 2) Workforce Development: Expanding Access to Living Wage Jobs; 3) Youth Development: Making College Accessible; and, 4) Community Revitalization: Improving