Welcome to our new Housing Project! We have recently purchased a building and a lot that we will be renovating into supportive housing for homeless families! Most of this project is being funded by New York’s Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance’s Homeless Housing Assistance Program, which awarded St. Paul’s Center a $2.4 million grant. $300,000 was also raised through other sources, listed below. To find out more, read this article, or this one!
The galleries below are the front, back, and upstairs apartments of the current building, with views both from before the renovation started and during the renovation. Check back and keep up with our social media to see the building when it’s done![ngg src=”galleries” ids=”1″ display=”basic_slideshow”][ngg src=”galleries” ids=”3″ exclusions=”30,32″ sortorder=”27,31,28,35,26,29,25,33,34,30,32″ display=”basic_slideshow”][ngg src=”galleries” ids=”2″ exclusions=”17,22″ sortorder=”20,15,21,18,24,14,23,16,19,13,11,12,17,22″ display=”basic_slideshow”]
A HUGE “Thanks!” to the other donors of this project which include Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation, the B’nai B’rith Gideon Foundation, John D. Picotte Family Foundation, BFF FUND, Review Family Foundation, Greater Capital Area Realtors, Robert & Naomi Ingalls, SEFCU, TJX Foundation (Home Goods in N. Greenbush), Kerry Crew Charitable Fund, The Community Foundation, Howard & Bush Foundation, Pat Wilcox, Linda & Gordon Mappes, Tracy Pitcher, and J. Quinlan.