2014 Day of Impact: Architecture for Humanity New York is excited to present our first annual Day of Impact. This extraordinary event consists of one-day service projects throughout New York City. Multiple projects with varied scopes have been developed in different sites that will engage over 100 volunteers across four boroughs assisting in a range of worthy projects ranging from rebuilding communities to greening our city.
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Night of Impact: Giving back through Architecture & Design
2014 Day of Impact will connect over one hundred designers with some of the city's leading non-profit organizations, including Rebuilding Together NYC, BIG! NYC, Publicolor, MillionTreesNYC, New York Cares, and Services for the Underserved. This event will consist of one day service projects at seven sites and across four boroughs.
Architecture for Humanity New York and Habitat for Humanity New York City are teaming up to offer you some volunteer opportunities! We want to see all interested participants of the Architecture and Design community getting involved at the local level.
As part of an initiative for Architecture for Humanity New York’s tenth anniversary, the Chapter’s Board of Directors initiated a series of engagements that have led to this strategic plan, whose sole purpose is to guide the chapter into it’s next five years, and to elevate the chapter as well as its work and impact in New York City.
Call for Site Coordinators for Architecture for Humanity New York's First Annual Day of Impact.
Architecture for Humanity New York is holding a "Day of Impact" on October 25th, where volunteers will be working on one-day service projects throughout New York City to provide positive impacts in areas of need. Our sites are located through the city including: Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn.
Site Coordinators will be in charge of organizing volunteers at their assigned site during these events.
The AIANY is hosting a performance level course to provide professionals with the training necessary to integrate resilient community planning and building design strategies with civic and commercial projects located in hurricane-prone areas.
September 19 - 20, 2014
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
New York, NY
Hurricanes are among the deadliest and costliest of natural disasters. Our coastal and inland communities that are vulnerable to this force, must adapt to and incorporate this powerful constraint into the planning and design of the built environment.
AFHNY is looking for volunteers to help the IPA this Thursday Aug 28th from 5:30pm - 10:30pm. The party is hosted by Innovators in Real Estate and benefiting the IPA. The Chelsea event venue has sweeping views of downtown Manhattan!
We are looking for six volunteers to help with set-up, check-in, bar-tending, and clean-up.
Innovators in Real Estate Summer Party
Thursday, August 28
(5:00 set-up; clean-up 'til 10:30)