Hope is hosting an event to celebration the completion of a project to incorporate “Green” features at one of our buildings and we make you aware hopefully to cover the event.
The goals of the project, Two Shades of Green are:
1. Energy and Water conservation:
a. measure and track energy usage, identify energy saving opportunities and reduce energy use and bills
b. conserve water, reduce bills, identify and fix leaks to control asthma triggers (e.g. moisture, mold).
- Be a citizen of the United States (Includes those persons born in Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands).
- Be a New York City resident for at least 30 days.
- Be 18 years of age before the next election.
- Not be serving a jail sentence or be on parole for a felony conviction.
Hope Community, Inc. continues its long-standing partnership with Greenburg Traurig LLP. as a valuable supporter. Hope Community, Inc. will continue to expand and strengthen our mission to create better communities and enrich the lives of the people who live and work within them. Highlights for 2014 will include the 46th Annual Community Service Awards Dinner, refinancing of several buildings within Hope Community's portfolio, focusing on efficent property management and more due to the commitment of our funders, including Greenburg Traurig LLP.
Hope Community, Inc. Proudly Celebrates 45 Years of Community Service
For the past 45 years, Hope Community Inc., a nonprofit community development corporation based in East Harlem, has diligently pursued its mission to create better communities by developing and maintaining affordable housing. These efforts have enriched the lives of its tenants, East Harlemites and those working within it. We can also proudly state that your continuous support of our efforts has been instrumental in our continued success.
Hope Community, Inc., with the support of Capital One Foundation, will be able to continue to preserve affordable housing in East Harlem while improving the quality of life for our more than 5,000 current residents during the 2010-2011 fiscal year.
Hope Community, Inc. has partnered with Lowe's of North Bergen, NJ for the East Harlem Youth Gardening Project, which is at the core of the mission of Hope Community. The East Harlem Youth Gardening Project is part of a continued effort by Hope to beautify the East Harlem neighborhood by teaching gardening through a series of workshops for East Harlem youth. Each of the workshops take place at the four community gardens owned and operated by Hope Community including Modesto Flores Community Garden (E. 104th & Lexington), Harlem Village Garden (E.