Our Impact

Stories to Read

  • Support Through the Storm

    Cindy has been a client since 2004, receiving services to help cope with her behavioral health challenges. In April 2020, her fiancé passed away just two days after contracting COVID-19. Then, Cindy got sick too. Her "VOA family" was her lifeline.

  • Coming Full Circle

    Kirby Liriano attended our Bronx Early Learning Center as a shy three-year-old with speech delays. Now, almost 20 years later, he works as an Assistant Teacher at the BELC.

  • Stability After Foster Care

    In-and-out of foster care their whole childhood, Warren and his younger brother Isaiah both found jobs, housing and stability in the Synergy program for at-risk youth in Northern New Jersey.

Videos to Watch

  • Coming Home

    For nearly 125 years, Volunteers of America-Greater New York has been providing a home to those without one. Now, through our latest development—East Clarke Place Senior Residence—we will provide supportive housing to another 122 older adults in need.

  • This is Why We Do What We Do

    See how VOA-Greater New York has impacted the lives of Carmelita and her family, Robert and Michael.

  • Max's Story

    A few years after his mother passed away, Max was removed from his father's care and placed into foster care. At VOA-Greater New York, he found the support and stability he needed to prepare for mature, independent adulthood.