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NHSEF Supporting Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts in Canarsie

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Neighborhood Housing Services of East Flatbush. (NHSEF) rolled up their sleeves to support relief efforts, in Canarsie, Brooklyn with “We Care Clean-up Buckets”

New York, NY – On Saturday, November 16, 2012,  a week before Thanksgiving, Neighborhood Housing Services of East Flatbush, Inc. (NHSEF) board, staff and volunteers rolled up their sleeves and provided 300 “We Care Clean-Up Buckets” to residents in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn, to support the Sandy recovery efforts.

Tonya Ores, Executive Director of NHSEF said, “To help bring back a sense of normalcy after this devastating storm - it starts with the basics, like cleaning supplies. Our strong commitment to all of the New York City communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy is at the forefront of our activities and will remain so-- NHSEF is here to help and will continue to support the residents in impacted areas.”

NHSEF delivered 300 buckets filled with basic cleaning supplies to residents within a two block area in Canarsie, Brooklyn. NHSEF also provided information on repair scams, relief resources and on their emergency loans. The Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, Inc. (NHSNYC) emergency repair loan program will provide loans for the repair or reconstruction of homes damaged by this natural disaster. Restoring homes is essential to begin the recovery to impacted communities and to quickly restore a safe and healthy living environment to residents.

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NHSNYC Supporting Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, Inc. (NHSNYC) has started the process of supporting relief efforts to the affected areas with emergency repair loans.

At this time, Hurricane Sandy has caused damage to homes and  neighborhoods throughout New York City.  The damage from this historic storm is extensive. The NHSNYC family thoughts and heartfelt concern are extended to all those who have suffered destruction and devastation  to their homes and communities. As New Yorkers, we are known for our determination and working together during difficult times and Neighborhood Housing Services is here to help.

Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, Inc. (NHSNYC) has started the process of supporting relief efforts to the affected areas. To further assist with access to critical repairs, NHSNYC will provide direct emergency relief loans.  NHSNYC emergency repair loan program will provide loans for the repair or reconstruction of homes damaged by this natural disaster. Restoring homes is essential to begin the recovery to impacted communities and to quickly restore a safe and healthy living environment to residents. 

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Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy has caused unprecedented damage to homes and neighborhoods throughout New York City.  NHSNYC wants New Yorkers to know that we are here to help.

 

If you need emergency loan assistance, NHSNYC provides emergency home repair loans.   Please phone 212-519-2500 or contact one of our offices for more information:

 

Manhattan

Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, Inc.

212-519-2500

 

NHSNYC NeighborWorks Homeownership Center

718-230-7610

 

Brooklyn

Neighborhood Housing Services of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Inc.

718-919-2100

 

Neighborhood Housing Services of East Flatbush, Inc.

718-469-4679

 

The Bronx

Neighborhood Housing Services of the North Bronx, Inc.

718-881-1180

 

Neighborhood Housing Services of the South Bronx, Inc.

718-992-5979

 

Queens

Neighborhood Housing Services of the Northern Queens, Inc.

718-457-1017

 

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