Inspired, strengthened and sustained by faith, the Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing is committed to confronting the unconscionable and unacceptable reality of homelessness in New York City. Recognizing society's shared responsibility and working as partners with those who have experienced homelessness, the Assembly will mobilize communities of faith to empower all people, to advocate public policies to eliminate homelessness, and strive for the transformation of society.

Building the Blessed City Together - an evening of Gratitude and Hope sticky icon

You are invited to join the Interfaith Assembly and our partners and support our work as we celebrate individuals who help create a more equitable and compassionate city. The Online event will run from Thursday, December 3rd at 7PM to 8PM -- with a musical performance from 8 PM to 8:30 PM coordinated by the Rev. Robert Brashear -- while the online auction continues. The online auction will run from Monday, November 30 at noon to Sunday, December 7th at midnight. The auction proceeds will go to benefit the work of the Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing.

December 3, 2020 @ 7:00PM — 8:30PM

To register for this online event, go to our Networking for Good event page.

We also want to thank our "Angels" for their support of our event:

  • Trinity Church-Wall Street
  • The Presbytery of NYC
  • Collegiate Church of NY
  • New York Catholic Charities Dept. of Social and Community Development
  • The New York Board of Rabbis
  • Emmaus House-Harlem
  • The Coalition for the Homeless
  • Center for Urban Community Services,
  • Fair Housing Justice Center,
  • Himmelstein, McConnell, Gribben. Donoghue & Joseph LLP.
  • Goldstein-Hall LLP.

Click here for the live Online Auction Link

Letter from the Executive Director sticky icon

The Interfaith Assembly addresses the crisis of homelessness and the shortage of affordable housing in two ways. Through our empowerment programs we help those who have been homeless to recover from the trauma associated with their homelessness, and with our advocacy partners we work to “Build the Blessed City Together” and promote public policies that will – produce affordable housing; prevent homelessness, provide important services; and promote income and employment.On both these fronts, there has been much recent activity.

Cry out full-throated and unsparingly, lift up your voice like a trumpet blast....

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