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.
Friends, Clients, & Design Humanitarians,
We want to thank you for your trust and constant support over the last 11+ years. It has been an incredible journey and we are proud to say that with you by our side, we have completed over 60 projects in New York City!
Dear New York, Architecture Community, Design Humanitarians & Friends -
The news is unfortunately true. Architecture for Humanity, Inc. has closed it's doors after 15+ years. And though this is a sad moment for all of us, we would like to shed some light on this situation and reassure our members.
Architecture for Humanity, is a 501c3 parent organization of all chapters worldwide, started by Cameron Sinclair's vision of "design like you give a damn".
Thank you to everyone that came out for our holiday party to celebrate a very exciting and successful 2014 for the chapter!
In case you missed the festivities, here's a quick recap of 2014, as well as some updates you might have missed from the party.
The Architecture for Humanity NY Team
On Giving Tuesday, December 2nd, Architecture for Humanity New York is celebrating social impact, gorgeous design, and our amazing community of volunteers at our annual Holiday Party.
As always, but especially on Giving Tuesday, all funds donated for this event will be put towards Architecture for Humanity NY's projects that provide positive social impact in New York City. Help us continue our great work by donating today!
Architecture for Humanity New York and People for the Pavilion will be surveying the community around Flushing Meadows-Corona Park TOMORROW, 11/1/14!
Come give us your opinion on what you'd like to see in a rehabilitated pavilion.
We'll be in 3 locations from 11am to 3pm:
Diversity Plaza: Jackson Heights / 37th Road between 73rd and 74th Streets
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.