Please join us TONIGHT! Thursday, December 12th for the annual Architecture for Humanity Holiday Party to celebrate another year of great work throughout our New York City communities. Drinks and light fare will be served.
Please join us this Thursday, December 12th for the annual Architecture for Humanity Holiday Party to celebrate another year of great work throughout our New York City communities. Drinks and light fare will be served.
Volunteers Needed: Events Team Members
Are you interested in becoming more involved and learning about Architecture for Humanity New York? We have a need for individuals who are able to assist in planning and implementing our chapters bi-monthly events. The events team will be responsible for AFHny's parties, fundraisers, competitions & happy hours.
Some responsibilities include:
Event & Meeting Planning
Greeters & RSVP Check-ins
Are you interested in learning more about Architecture for Humanity NY? Our monthly Chapter Meetings are for discussing current work and meeting prospective volunteers.
November's meeting will be a presentation by Rachel Minnery, AIA, LEED AP, Regional Program Manager, Architecture for Humanity Headquarters. We will be recapping what Architecture for Humanity and our New York Chapter have been doing in the last year since Hurricane Sandy devastated New York & New Jersey.
Architecture for Humanity headquarters is hosting a charrette in Little Ferry, New Jersey. They are looking for a few volunteers to assist them on Wednesday, November 6th at 5:30 p.m.
The charrette will work with the community of Little Ferry to help create a vision for the revitalized atheletic facilities shared by the student body and visitors. You will be working with the Little Ferry Board of Education, architecture firm, Arcari + Iovino and funding parther Nike.
One year ago, we started The Neighborhood Assessment Project to identify critical needs in New York City's hardest hit communities after Hurricane Sandy. Our volunteer network came together into teams to spend time in 10 affected neighborhoods along the coast of Staten Island, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Hurricane Sandy destroyed the educational garden for the PS 15 school in Red Hook. This school had in place small raised beds and planted flower gardens. Architecture for Humanity New York has been working with PS 15 to demolish, design and plan for a new educational garden.
Tonight is the Impact by Design: A Night with AFHny event at Inscape. Due to space limitations we are requiring all guests to RSVP before the event. If you have any issues with signing up through Eventbrite or if you want to check that your reservation processed please send us an email. See event details below.
We look forward to seeing you tonight!