As a volunteer-powered organization, the dedicated members of Architecture for Humanity New York are responsible for actively seeking out projects, funding, and opportunities to grow the organization and continue working toward achieving our mission.
Architecture for Humanity New York is looking for a Project Coordinator and Volunteer Team Members to kick off our first project of 2015!
These Our Treasures (TOTS) is a non-profit state licensed agency provided comprehensive early educational services for children with special needs to children ranging from infant to 5 years of age.
This volunteer opportunity is filled! If you would like to add your name to the wait-list do so below.
Volunteers needed for the 2014 Holiday Party on Giving Tuesday, December 2nd, Architecture for Humanity New York is celebrating social impact, gorgeous design, and our amazing community of volunteers. Join us for a holiday event to celebrate this year’s accomplishments and prepare for the exciting year ahead.
Our friends at the Lower East Side Ecology Center are looking for volunteers on Saturday, November 22nd to assist them in planting bulbs in preparation for spring!
The Ecology Center is located in the East River Park, a 59 acre public park in the Lower East Side. Architecture for Humanity NY volunteers will be working alongside volunteers from the LES Ecology Center and AmeriCorps.
LES Ecology Center Planting Day
Saturday, November 22nd
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Fire Boat House
East River Park
The PS118 Teaching Garden team has been working to establish the objectives for the 4th Avenue Maurice Sendak teaching garden. Consensus has been gathered for planning through a series of feasibility studies, and are now moving towards a developed design package, which will include a site plan, planter designs, and phasing suggestions.
Our friends at the Institute for Public Architecture are celebrating their 2nd Annual Fall Fête on Friday, November 14.
The IPA will be honoring public interest design heroes Rosanne Haggerty and Michael Kimmelman at the Brooklyn Historical Society (Benefactors Reception, 6 to 7:30 pm; Friends Party, 7:30 to 11 pm).
Our friends at desigNYC, another NYC-based organization that mobilizes designers to donate their expertise pro bono, are celebrating five great years of changemaking on November 6th. The event will commemorate the organization's final class of projects and also bring together an extensive pro bono community for to celebrate a new chapter in social impact history.
Architecture for Humanity New York is looking for an individual with prior experience in the organization to join the Board of Directors as the Director of Operations.
Architecture for Humanity New York is lead by a board of six strategic directors who serve a two-year term.
See below the descriptions of the position offered. This is a great opportunity for those looking to become more active in the organization!
Director of Operations
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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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.