Immigrants And Refugees
Nearly 2 million dollars contributed to making the lives of New Yorkers better. Concern for the well-being of our New York neighbors, from Staten Island to the Lower Hudson Valley, is galvanizing. From the working family struggling to put enough food...
If you are among the many New Yorkers who have fallen behind on rent or utilities during the pandemic you will be pleased to know that New York State has initiated a program to help. The Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) is a 2.4-billion-dollar relief effort to help tenants pay...
New Yorkers with medical issues faced additional burdens in lockdown, balancing protecting their health and staying afloat. Robert Sanchez has spent much of his life waiting for the other shoe to drop. At age 19, he began serving 15 years in prison for drug possession, and afterward, he dedicated himself...