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Hope For New York 25 YEARS OF DOING JUSTICE AND LOVING MERCY IN NEW YORK CITY FY2016 ANNUAL REPORT


He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God? MICAH 6:8


Letter from the Chief Executive Officer Dear Friend, What is your vision for New York City? At Hope for New York, our vision is a city where all of our neighbors have homes to live in and jobs to support their families. Where all children are provided with the opportunities they need to reach their full potential. Where those who are vulnerable, isolated, marginalized, or exploited experience justice. Ultimately, we want to see a city in which all New Yorkers — every individual, family, and neighborhood — experience economic, social, physical, emotional, and spiritual flourishing through the demonstration of Christ’s love. For the past 25 years, we have been part of a movement of mercy and justice in New York City. Will you join us?

ELISE CHONG

Chief Executive Officer Hope for New York


Our vision is a New York City in which all people experience spiritual, social, and economic flourishing through the demonstration of Christ’s love.

Our mission is to mobilize volunteers and financial resources to support non-profit affiliates serving the poor and marginalized in New York City.


Our model works to strengthen and launch organizations serving the poor and marginalized in New York City.

We partner with local churches who are committed to holistic ministry in both word and deed — sharing the good news of Christ’s love and demonstrating this in practical acts of compassion.

We provide:

“My hope for what our neighbors would experience

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDING

KNOWLEDGE

NETWORK

TO SERVE

TO SUPPORT

TO GROW

TO IDENTIFY

EFFORTS

O R G A N I Z AT I O N S

C O L L A B O R AT I V E

That’s why we do this.”

SOLUTIONS

SARA MILLER

when they walk through our doors is the love of Christ.

Executive Director, A House on Beekman We mobilize people

Our grantmaking

We offer best practices

We connect and catalyze

to serve non-profits on

helps non-profit

training and consulting

New Yorkers across the

the ground, and we

programs meet

so our non-profit

city to combine efforts

train and equip leaders

practical needs, and

partners can do their

in addressing poverty.

to volunteer at every

provides seed funding

work even better.

level of our partner

to start-up non-profits.

organizations.


“If a person has grasped the meaning of God’s grace in his heart, he will do justice.”

Broken World Injustice is all around us—individuals and systems are broken. Many lack access to resources, others are stuck in cycles of poverty, and others are sick or hopeless or friendless or without a voice.

R E V. T I M O T H Y K E L L E R

Senior Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Loving God Because God desires to restore His creation, He cares deeply about those who are poor or marginalized. Jesus embodied this by meeting both spiritual and physical needs— caring for the poor, healing the sick, and advocating for those who were oppressed.

Responsive Church The church is called to respond to God’s love by loving the poor and working for justice. We should be engaged in a holistic ministry of word and deed, sharing the good news of Christ’s love and demonstrating this love in practical acts of compassion.


Why do we exist?

28.6%

1.4 million

O F N E W YO R K C I T Y C H I L D R E N

N E W Y O R K E R S D O N ’ T H AV E E N O U G H

UNDER 18 LIVE IN POVERTY

F O O D F O R T H E I R FA M I L I E S

U.S. Census Bureau

Food Bank for New York City

60,000+ N E W YO R K E R S A R E HOMELESS EACH NIGHT Coalition for the Homeless

“When times are rough, I come over here and have a really good breakfast, and it holds me out all day. It’s like having a family, too. You have a place you can come, and everybody knows your name.” D AV I D

Living Waters Fellowship guest


“What did we know? We were just a bunch of twenty-somethings and thirty-somethings who were out to change the world. And, by golly, some of us did!� Y V O N N E S AW Y E R

Co-Founder, Hope for New York


25 years of impact in NYC

2016

We partner with more than 40 affiliates. We have invested $13+ million in grants to our non-profit partners and facilitated more than 620,000 volunteer hours.

$2M

2012 After Hurricane Sandy, we distribute $270,000 to provide immediate relief

$1.5M

to New Yorkers

2009 During the economic crisis, we distribute nearly $130,000 in emergency grants

Follow our grant distribution and milestone events year over year.

$1M

2011 We give our first capacity-

to three church

$211,000 to provide shelter, food, survivors and first responders

staff member, three affiliates, and a small cadre of volunteers

partnerships

crisis counseling, and prayer to

We are founded with one full-time

2008 First Don’t Walk By, an

1996

organizations serving

our Christmas outreach

We distribute

$500K

annual collaboration of

First His Toy Store, 1994

the work of our affiliates

HFNY expands

After September 11, we give over 1992

building grants to strengthen

2006

2001

the homeless

to families in need

our first grant for $1,125

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“We aspire to not just feed the homeless, but eat with them, talk with them and do life with them. Our goal is to enter a journey with the poor where we aren’t seen as above them, but alongside them. As we befriend those who may be very different than us, we are showing them honor.” J U A N G A L L O W AY

Executive Director, New York City Relief


2016 Highlights T O TA L G R A N TMAKING

$1.7 million+

in grant and capacity building support to our non-profit affiliates. Our biggest year yet.

1,642,142

New Yorkers in need were served by our affiliates. That’s more people than the entire state of Hawaii.

CLIENTS SERVED

1,500

2,606

through Don’t Walk By outreaches

His Toy Store Christmas program.

homeless individuals engaged

toys given to children through

throughout the year.

43,000+ hours invested by HFNY volunteers.

$1.4 million+

$115,000

in capacity building grants to increase the effectiveness

WORKING 15+

in direct grants to fund existing affiliate programs

of our non-profit affiliates. These grants provide

Y E A R S AT A F U L L

(like soup kitchens, after school mentoring, and

opportunities for trainings, consulting services, and

TIME JOB.

career clinics) or seed new ones.

leadership development to promote best practices and

VOLUNTEERING

T H AT I S E Q U I VA L E N T T O

1,300+

250

volunteers engaged.

leadership roles.

first-time

volunteers in

strong organizational infrastructure at these affiliates.

$27,500

$173,000+

brand new programs and organizations serving the

launch creative initiatives at our non-profit partners.

in seed funding to incubate, catalyze, and accelerate poor and marginalized of our city.

in volunteer impact grants to empower volunteers to

3,500+ unique volunteers mobilized across the city.


Looking ahead

We want to see a New York City where all New Yorkers — every individual, family, and neighborhood — are thriving and flourishing.

“As New Yorkers we tend to operate in silos. I long to see HFNY and our communities come together more often, getting closer to the marginalized and operating out of a place of discomfort.” ANTHONY DE LA ROSA

Morris Academy Mentoring Program mentee-turned-mentor


How will we get there?

IN THE NEXT TEN YEARS

GROW FROM

45 to 90

GROW FROM

3 to 30

NON-PROFIT

CHURCH

A F F I L I AT E PA R T N E R S

PA R T N E R S

Expand

Incubate

Activate

Leverage

AND STRENGTHEN OUR

NEW NON-PROFITS TO

N YC C H U R C H E S TO LOV E

OUR NETWORK TO PROVIDE

N O N - P R O F I T PA R T N E R S H I P S

H O L I S T I C A L LY M E E T N E E D S

THEIR NEIGHBORS

SOLUTIONS TO POVERTY

We seek to strengthen existing affiliates and partner

We will increase our investment in start-up non-

We will partner with new churches across NYC

We want New Yorkers to unite around issues of

with even more non-profits serving across the city,

profits, providing seed funding and incubation

to equip and mobilize their congregations to serve

poverty. We will bring together volunteers, churches,

walking alongside them to support their work and

support to launch non-profits that holistically and

their neighbors in need.

non-profit partners, businesses, and other groups to

connect them with resources.

sustainably serve the poor.

achieve greater impact.


Our Affiliates


A HOUSE ON BEEKMAN

THE BOWERY MISSION

CITYMEALS-ON-WHEELS

GRAFFITI COMMUNITY MINISTRIES, INC.

The Bronx

TRANSITIONAL CENTER

Citywide

Downtown

Provides parenting support, after-school, mentoring,

Downtown

Provides a continuous lifeline of nutritious food and

Runs programs to provide services in the Lower

and summer camp programs in the South Bronx to

Provides a residential recovery program designed to

human company to homebound elderly New Yorkers

East Side community including food, clothing,

break the cycles of spiritual, emotional, educational,

transition formerly homeless, drug-addicted men to

in need.

English as a Second Language, and spiritual and

and economic poverty.

independent living.

emotional support. DEFY VENTURES

ALL ANGELS’ CHURCH

THE BOWERY MISSION

Citywide

H A B I TAT F O R H U M A N I T Y

The West Side

WOMEN’S CENTER

Provides opportunities for entrepreneurship,

Citywide

leadership, and career development to men and

Mobilizes volunteers to revitalize community centers

women with criminal histories.

and construct affordable housing for low-income

Empowers and equips people struggling with homelessness, addiction and mental health challenges to be dependent on God, independent in

The East Side, Uptown Offers housing, counseling, spiritual hope, meals, and job training to women experiencing homelessness

self-care and inter-dependent within the community.

and life transition.

A VA I L N Y C

THE BRIDGE

Citywide Offers confidential care for those considering and making decisions about unplanned pregnancies and those seeking support after an abortion.

The West Side Offers transitional housing and supportive programs for men and women with serious mental illness,

FRIENDSHIP CENTER

and life transition.

neighborhoods to provide a multitude of resources, including food and clothing, job readiness training,

INWOOD HOUSE

men and women.

The East Side Provides a residence for pregnant and parenting

Downtown

Second Language classes and cultural activities. CENTER FOR ALL ABILITIES

Downtown Seeks to serve individuals with special needs and

and youth programs.

Provides supportive services to formerly incarcerated

T H E FAT H E R ’ S H E A R T M I N I S T R I E S

Demonstrates God’s love through practical

teens who are homeless, in foster care, or aged out of foster care.

expressions of compassion, addressing needs of the

ISAIAH 58

unemployed, at-risk youth, immigrants, and those

Downtown

without social or family support.

Offers a volunteer-led worship service and outreach to individuals living with HIV/AIDS at Bailey-Holt House.

their families through creative, educational and

GIFTED HANDS

spiritual enrichment in a faith-guided environment.

The East Side, Downtown

L I V I N G WAT E R S F E L L O W S H I P

Provides hope and healing to underserved youth and

Brooklyn

adults in NYC through educational art programs that

Provides afterschool programs, English as a

build self-esteem and teach new skills.

Second Language classes for adults, and breakfast

MEDICAL CLINIC

CHINESE CHRISTIAN

Downtown

HERALD CRUSADES

uninsured at The Bowery Mission.

social groups.

Offers newly immigrated Arab Americans English as a

THE BOWERY MISSION

Provides medical services to the homeless and

Partners with local churches in low-income

Brooklyn

THE BOWERY MISSION

and job training to men experiencing homelessness

Queens

excluded to people who are connected to relevant

Uptown

Offers running and community to homeless

Offers housing, counseling, spiritual hope, meals,

Connects people with disabilities who are socially

persons with HIV/AIDS.

Citywide

Downtown, The East Side

THE INNER CITY MINISTRY OF CRU

E XO D U S T R A N S I T I O N A L CO M M U N I T Y

B R O O K LY N A R A B A M E R I C A N

economic sustainability.

Citywide

histories of substance abuse, the homeless, and

BACK ON MY FEET

individuals to bring about positive life-change and

families. DO FOR ONE*

Downtown Offers education, mentoring, recreation and spiritual hope for the Chinese-American community.

to the local community.


M A D I S O N AV E N U E P R E S B Y T E R I A N

THE OPEN DOOR

C H U R C H - S T. J A M E S ’ S H E LT E R

The West Side

The East Side

Empowers immigrants to reach their full God-given

Provides overnight shelter for homeless men.

potential to successfully integrate, participate and contribute to the well-being of our society.

M O N T L AW N C I T Y C A M P

The Bronx, Uptown

OPEN HANDS LEGAL SERVICES

Provides mentoring, tutoring, practical, and spiritual

Citywide

help for at-risk youth and their families.

Provides free legal aid, advocacy, and spiritual support to the poor and disenfranchised of New

MORRIS ACADEMY MENTORS

The Bronx

York City.

Partners with the Morris Academy for Collaborative

O P E R AT I O N E X O D U S I N N E R C I T Y

Studies to pair students with volunteer mentors.

Uptown Runs mentoring and after-school programs for NYC

NEIGHBORHOOD COALITION FOR S H E LT E R

The East Side, The Bronx Provides housing and support to chronically homeless individuals. N E W YO R K C I T Y R E L I E F

Citywide Uses buses as mobile soup kitchens to provide food, counseling, spiritual help, and resources to communities in need. N E W YO R K C I T Y R E S C U E M I S S I O N

Downtown Provides spiritual hope, food, clothing, and shelter to people in crisis.

Latino youth in Washington Heights, Inwood and the Bronx to achieve their God-given potential. PROJECT FIND

The West Side Provides services and support to low and moderateincome and homeless seniors. RESCUE ALLIANCE

Citywide Serves the homeless and offers an alternative to living on the streets through initiatives like Don’t Walk By. R E S TO R E N YC

Citywide Identifies sex trafficking victims and provides long-term, holistic aftercare services for adult female foreign national survivors.


“God has been restoring and healing me in every way—physically, spiritually, financially—so much so that it’s overwhelming. I know that I’m no longer alone—God is with me, and I’m surrounded by people who love me.”

S A F E FA M I L I E S F O R C H I L D R E N *

STREETSQUASH

Citywide

Uptown

Provides support for parents in crisis, giving them

Combines academic tutoring and support with

time to get back on their feet while their children are

squash instruction for youth.

cared for in a safe and loving environment. TEEN CHALLENGE T H E S A LV A T I O N A R M Y

Brooklyn

Citywide

Provides a residential faith-based recovery program

Provides services to those in need, including

for men and women with life-controlling issues.

emergency social service programs, after-school programs, and disaster relief.

U P P E R E A S T S I D E R E H A B I L I TAT I O N AND NURSING CENTER

S H I LO H N YC

The East Side

The East Side

Offers elderly care at a facility passionate about

Offers school-based academic programs, group

rehabilitation and nursing care.

mentoring meetings to provide academic and spiritual guidance, and summer camp experiences to NYC youth.

WORLD VISION

The Bronx Provides resources to NYC children in need.

S T. PA U L ’ S H O U S E

The West Side Offers food, clothing, and spiritual support to men, women and youth in the Hell’s Kitchen area.

Y O U N G L I F E

Citywide Provides programs to share the truth of God’s love with youth by providing academic and spiritual support to them.

E VA

Bowery Mission Women’s Center guest

* N E W A F F I L I AT E H I G H L I G H T S

In FY16, we added two new affiliate non-profits to our network, both of which are start-ups in NYC: Do for One, which serves adults with disabilities, and Safe Families for Children, which connects churches to families in crisis.


Board of Directors

D A N I E L B I TA R

PA U L H O R R O C K S

Managing Director

President

MSD Capital

Rocksurance Solutions

F R A N K B R U N I — Treasurer

I N S E O N H W A N G — Vice-Chair

Managing Director

Managing Director

J.P. Morgan

Warburg Pincus

ELISE CHONG

DOUGLAS MONTICCIOLO

Chief Executive Officer

CEO, CIO & Founder

Hope for New York

Brevet Capital

K AT H E R I N E J . C H O U , M . D .

HEE-JUNG MOON, ESQ.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Jacobi Medical Center

J O S E P H S E LV I D I O , E S Q .

Vice President KEYE CHOW

Goldman Sachs

C A R O L H E R R I N G — Chair

GINA SOHN

JAMES HOLMBERG

SCOTT STRICKMAN

Vice President

Associate Pastor

Goldman Sachs

Emmanuel Presbyterian Church R O C H E L L E Y U , M . D . — Secretary

“Instead of being overwhelmed by the injustice and needs of the city’s poor and vulnerable, I am supported and empowered by Hope for New York’s ceaseless efforts and expertise in working together to gain tangible progress in improving and transforming lives under God’s inspiration.” ROCHELLE YU

HFNY Board of Directors


F Y 1 6 O P E R AT I N G R AT I O S

88% Program Services

Organizational Overview

7% General & Administrative 5% Development & Public Relations 88% PROGRAM SERVICES

FY16 GRANT DISTRIBUTION FY16 REVENUE SOURCES

$1,469,000

$115,000

DIRECT GRANTS

C A PAC I T Y B U I L D I N G G R A N T S

22%  Foundations & Corporations

$27,500

3% Churches

$173,589 VO L U N T E E R I M PAC T G R A N T S

SEED FUNDING

75% Individuals

0% Other TOTAL

Total: $1,785,089

$3,924,939

75% INDIVIDUALS


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“It is fulfilling to know that you’ve had a chance to really be the hands and feet of Jesus in the world. Don’t feel like your gesture has to be grand. A cup of soup or a smile to someone who hasn’t had a word from another human being for days can mean more than a million dollars.” RACHEL HOCKING

New York City Relief volunteer

Photo credits: Charles Han, Elbert Chu at The Bowery Mission, Godwell Chan, Brittney Julian, The Open Door HFNY is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and your gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.


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Hope for New York FY16 Annual Report  

Celebrating 25 years of doing justice and loving mercy in New York City

Hope for New York FY16 Annual Report  

Celebrating 25 years of doing justice and loving mercy in New York City

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