Thanks to all our volunteers who have signed up for the 2013 HOPE Count on January 28th. (If you haven’t yet, we’re still looking for a few more volunteers, so please hurry and register using the online form!) If this is your first HOPE Count, you may be wondering what to expect. Read more.
As we look forward to the 2012 gala coming up in October, we are reflecting back on the beautiful and memorable evening that was last year's gala. In November 2011, friends of Common Ground came together for our annual celebration, to raise funds, and to honor outgoing board chair Peter Ezersky. The evening was capped off with a performance by original Dreamgirl Jennifer Holliday. Read more.
We are excited to announce that Common Ground's 10th Annual Celebrating Home and Community Gala will be held on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 in New York City at the exquisite Guastavino's, in midtown Manhattan.
Common Ground will honor Michael C. Slocum, Commercial Banking & Northeast Regional President at Capital One, for his leadership and commitment to Common Ground’s mission.
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Common Ground’s annual gala provides crucial support for the housing development, property management and program initiatives described in this website. Last year’s event raised nearly $1.3 million in private funding to advance our mission to end homelessness in New York. Planning is underway now for our 2012 fall gala. For event details and information about sponsorship opportunities, check back soon.
Last year’s event raised nearly $1.3 million in private funding to advance our mission to end homelessness in New York. This short video describes how Common Ground's unique supportive housing model helps thousands of vulnerable New Yorkers achieve the stability they need to maintain their housing, restore their health, and regain economic independence.Read more.
Every year, the Supportive Housing Network of New York honors two outstanding supportive housing residences at its Awards Gala. Likening it to "a high-concept, raucous and difficult-to- perform off-Broadway show that you want to see again and again," SHNNY named The Schermerhorn a 2011 Residence of the Year. Read more.