Phipps Neighborhoods—one of New York City’s most venerable social service providers—announced today that 85 Bronx students have successfully completed their STEAM Club program for the 2021 school year.
As part of a two-year grant provided by Verizon in support of digital inclusion under Citizen Verizon, the company’s responsible business plan for economic, environmental, and social advancement, Phipps Neighborhoods launched this … Continue Reading
New York industry leaders in building management, education, and workforce development have gathered in Phipps Neighborhoods’ Advisory Committee to create a new career pipeline. This new training course will prepare aspiring professionals from the Bronx community and Phipps Houses residences with the skills and connections necessary to land jobs in building management. The new program model … Continue Reading
On the eve of the Thanksgiving, Bronx Impact’s Food Access Collective and over 20 community partners, submitted a plan to increase equitable food access in the Bronx and across New York City. After the COVID-19 lockdown, Bronx unemployment became the highest in the city while the number of Bronx food pantries decreased by half, leaving more families … Continue Reading
The young people in our Virtual Summer Camp know the world has to change. One group of middle school students chose to write to Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Dermot Shea to call for changes in the police department. They highlighted what the NYPD is doing well while calling for equal police treatment neighborhoods, more diversity in the … Continue Reading
To our residents, clients, employees, partners, and friends,
We have witnessed first-hand how Black and Brown communities in New York City have suffered disproportionately at the hands the COVID-19 pandemic. And we are now bearing witness to the justifiable outrage over the killing of George Floyd – and many others – as our city, our nation, and the world has … Continue Reading
Phipps Neighborhoods, a leading social service not-for-profit organization affiliated with affordable housing not-for-profit Phipps Houses, announced its new Executive Director/CEO, Andre White. Recognized as a national leader in the field of youth employment, White brings nearly two decades of public service experience and accomplishments to Phipps Neighborhoods.
SANTANDER’S SCOTT E. POWELL, HOUSING INDUSTRY LEADERS RAISE $1.7 MILLION FOR CRITICAL SERVICES
Annual event provides meaningful support to College Access, South Bronx programs.
June 2019 (New York, NY) – Guests of Phipps Houses and Phipps Neighborhoods raised over $1.7 million at the Phipps Community Builder Awards Dinner held on May 29th, 2019. This year’s … Continue Reading
The Courtlandt affordable housing developments and Phipps Houses are committed to providing a fair, supportive employment environment. From our founding as a non-profit to provide affordable housing, we believe in lifting up communities and the people that live there to have stable and fruitful lives.
Mayor’s announcement guarantees all City & purchase of service employees will make $15/hour by end of 2018
NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced a $15 minimum wage for all City government employees and employees who provide contracted work for the City at social service organizations – meaning that by the end of 2018, approximately 50,000 additional employees will … Continue Reading
New York Nonprofit Media honored 40 Under 40, the rising stars of the nonprofit world who are having a dramatic impact on New York City. We are thrilled to announce that Elizabeth Clay Roy, Chief Strategy Officer for Phipps Neighborhoods and Co-Director of South Bronx Rising Together, was one of the honorees.
Elected Officials, Educators, Parents, and Community-Based Organizations Make Everyday School Attendance a Top Priority
Bronx, NY, September 28, 2015 –Dozens of stakeholders in the South Bronx community gathered at East Bronx Academy for the Future to raise awareness of the critical role that strong attendance plays in academic success and to kick-off an allied effort among 61 schools, as … Continue Reading
The Richard R. Green campus in the Bronx underwent several renovations over the summer.
The Richard R. Green campus is a drab, three-story brick building in the northwest Bronx. But this year, its metal fences are adorned with banners for each of the four schools inside and new flowers line the entranceway, where the doors have been painted bright blue … Continue Reading
Career Network: Healthcare was highlighted in JP Morgan Chase & Co.’s New Skills at Work 2014 Year in Review:
$1 million grant to support the collaboration of Phipps Neighborhoods, Montefiore Medical Center and Hostos Community College to form a healthcare-based Career Network. The Career Network is working to help young adults acquire the employment and education credentials they need to
Dianne Morales is a 2015 Latina of Influence named by Hispanic Lifestyle. Dianne is being recognized for her professional accomplishments, commitment to education and community service. Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2015 Latinas of Influence will be recognizing Dianne and her fellow Latinas of Influence during a luncheon held in their honor on at Latina Conference 2015.
Hispanic Lifestyle announces 2015 Latinas of Influence listing
I am excited to share with you Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2015 Latinas of Influence list. Our appreciation and gratitude to everyone who submitted names for our listing. Thank you for your time and commitment in sharing these wonderful stories of Latinas making a difference in our communities.
More than 30 nonprofit leaders – graduates of CRE’s Leadership Caucus program – gathered on January 29th to share information and advice on sustaining organizational effectiveness. The event marked the launch of CRE’s new Leadership Caucus Alumni Program.
The inaugural event launched a new initiative developed exclusively for the more than 250 nonprofit and government leaders who have completed the … Continue Reading
Each school to adopt transformative educational approach to address whole needs of children and provide targeted services such as vision care, mentoring, arts and sports education, social workers and other mental health services, youth leadership programming, and academic enrichment to help students catch-up or leap ahead
December 1, 2014, NEW YORK—Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña and Deputy Mayor Richard Buery … Continue Reading
Monday night’s 21st annual Phipps Community Builder Awards gala raised close to $900,000 to help Phipps Neighborhoods further the ongoing development of innovative solutions to the challenges that plague impoverished communities. The event was held at Cipriani 42nd Street and honored JPMorgan Chase Foundation for its ground-breaking vision and philanthropic work.
The evening highlighted the importance of education achievement, career … Continue Reading
Phipps Neighborhoods Hosts New York City Businesses at Veterans Day Job Fair
Connecting Employers and Community Members in the South Bronx
November 5, 2014 Bronx, NY – On Tuesday, November 11, 2014, Phipps Neighborhoods, in collaboration with Public Advocate Letitia James, State Senator Gustavo Rivera, and Council Members Vanessa … Continue Reading
Unemployed (USURTOT) and pregnant with her second child in late 2013, Shantel Burris knew she needed to make a change. In a year, the 24-year-old went from jobless benefits to earning double the New York minimum wage.
Her first step was getting a high school diploma, and a chat with a counselor sparked a “nonstop” process of preparation centered on … Continue Reading
Leaders from community groups, social services, businesses and academia to hone new models for turning schools into vibrant community hubs that provide services to at-risk families
NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio today kicked off the planning process for a slate of new Community Schools, with a gathering of leaders from across the city who will help the City innovate … Continue Reading
Announcement is part of the administration’s promise to invest in City’s youth and expand opportunities for them and their families. Expansion will increase the number of middle schools offering after-schools programs by 142 percent. Capacity for middle school summer enrichment programs will double in 2014.
June 17, 2014, New York, NY —Mayor Bill de Blasio, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña, and … Continue Reading
Partnership will work to improve education, workforce and economic outcomes for South Bronx children and families
April 10, 2014, New York, NY – Phipps Neighborhoods and The Children’s Aid Society today joined forces to announce a $1,000,000 expansion grant from JPMorgan Chase to support their cradle-through-career collective impact initiative in the South Bronx. The project, known as “South Bronx … Continue Reading
JPMorgan Chase Commits $20 million to Statewide Workforce Readiness Initiative Partnerships with Employers and Educators Create Comprehensive Program to Reduce Unemployment Statewide
May 29, 2014, Albany, NY – Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced an Unemployment Strikeforce, a new multi-pronged campaign to target areas of the State with the highest unemployment rates and boost employment. In partnership with New York … Continue Reading
October 11, 2012 (Bronx, NY) Phipps Houses celebrates the lifelong achievements of military hero and education leader Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. by naming the newest Phipps Houses building in his honor. New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Commissioner Mathew M. Wambua and New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) Executive Vice President for Real Estate … Continue Reading
February 6, 2013 (New York, NY) JPMorgan Chase has donated $300,000 to Phipps Community Development Corporation and The Children’s Aid Society for a program to help kids in the South Bronx make it to college.… Continue Reading
Phipps Houses and Phipps Community Development Corporation (Phipps CDC) raised $1.14 million at the Phipps Community Builder Awards dinner on October 3, 2013. The annual charity event celebrates contributions of key business and community leaders to the development of New York City affordable housing and critical human services.