President and CEO Rich Nightingale reflects in a message for Westhab supporters and shares the 2021-2022 Impact Report featuring stories from our clients (pictured above).
The Back to Work program is providing free, in-demand job training in Southwest Yonkers. Read more about how the program changes lives for Nodine Hill residents like Maria, pictured above.
Tremont Residence held its official ribbon-cutting ceremony this fall. The Westhab-run affordable and mixed-income building is located in the West Farm area of the Bronx and provides 119 units of brand-new affordable and supportive housing.
Governor Kathy Hochul was at the Dayspring Community Center to sign important legislation making homeownership more attainable for tens of thousands of New Yorkers. Read on for more pictures and to learn how Dayspring is quickly becoming a hub of community life for Yonkers and the broader community.
The work we do at Westhab is driven by an incredible staff who come from all walks of life and are united through a shared passion for and experience helping their communities thrive. Yull Morales is a former volunteer turned Westhab staff member. Yull began with Westhab as a volunteer during the COVID pandemic and unexpectedly found a fulfilling career along the way.
Over 180 Westhab supporters came out for a jam-packed, sunny day of golf and celebration at Westhab’s 19th Annual Golf Classic. The event raised more than $290,000 of critical funds to support Westhab clients on their paths to permanent housing and self-sufficiency. Read on for more exciting details from the day.
“I’ve been thinking a lot about what our community needs and also where Westhab fits in. Three things I know we are in need of are to heal, to connect, and to build — all things our organization knows well.” Click the image above to read more from Rich.
Meet Westhab’s Wunderkind! Sarah Lonergan-Rothschild, Director of Adult Housing and Services is the recipient of a 914INC. Wunderkind Award, given to rising stars under 35. For Sarah, social work is a calling, one that has presented her with some of her greatest challenges and rewards. Click the image above to learn more.
On May 5, 2022, Westhab hosted Drinks for Dayspring, an event organized by and for the next generation of Westhab supporters. Young professionals and seasoned supporters alike gathered in Apple Bank’s historic lobby in New York City for drinks, conversation, a little magic, and, of course, to raise critical funds for the Dayspring Community Center. […]
Westhab President and CEO Rich Nightingale reflects on two years of social distancing and encourages everyone to find their own “poker zoom.” Click the image above to check out this special blog straight from Rich’s desk.