Our Impact

Stories to Read

  • 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.

  • Striving On With Purpose

    As a veteran, Linda never quite found her footing. After falling on hard times, she moved into Commonwealth Veterans Residence where she gained the support of staff and a renewed sense of purpose.

  • All The Support They Need

    Adrianna and Allison were diagnosed with autism at an early age. At the Staten Island Early Learning Center, the sisters receive all the therapies they need in preparation for kindergarten.

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.