F or 35 years, NHSNYC has helped families pur- chase thousands of vacant and dilapidated homes throughout New York City. We have:  Provided over 179,400 clients with individual homeown- ership and foreclosure prevention counseling services;  Helped 7,200 families sustainably purchase their first home;  Originated over $106 million in financing for key home repair projects; and  Facilitated $2.06 billion in investments throughout New York City neighborhoods, including $1.6 billion in affordable mortgage financing. Y et now, given the changing needs in New York City, we are focusing our resources on preventing the displacement of low- and moderate-income fami- lies through sustainable homeownership. Recent accom- plishments include:  Originate forgivable loans most recently $3.4 million ($15,000 or $30,000) for Down Payment and Closing Cost assistance to income-eligible homebuyers in New York City;  As the sole fiscal administrator for the NYC HPD HomeFirst program, we continue to provide $3 million in renewed funding for forgivable DPCC loans-not to exceed $25,000 or 6% of their property’s purchase price-to income-eligible families who are purchasing their first home;  $1 million from a leading investment bank to provide forgivable loans of $25,000 for first-time home buyers whose income exceeds the current limits for HPD’s HomeFirst program, up to 120% of the Area Median Income for New York City’s Metropolitan Statistical Area; and  $1.5 million in renewed funding from the New York City Council to originate forgivable loans that cannot exceed $20,000, for assisting income-eligible homeowners in completing key repair projects-such as fixing a leaking roof or replacing a broken boiler.  NHSNYC is providing technical assistance services to over 1,400 limited-equity housing cooperatives in New York City as we fulfill a three-year, $3.3 million contract with NYC HPD. SPONSORS (as of 10/20/17) DIAMOND Dime Community Bank Bank of Baroda Flushing Bank JPMorgan Chase GOLD Contour Mortgage Corp. NeighborWorks America Ocwen Financial Corp. Sterling National Bank Wells Fargo CELEBRATING 25 YEARS SUPPORTERS Apple Bank Cerini & Associates County Bank Crystal Window & Door Systems Cullen and Dykman LLP Christine Cummings Deutsche Bank Dovenmuehle Mortgage Emigrant Bank First Republic Bank Freddie Mac Gibraltar Private Bank HSBC Keef Bruyette & Woods Lynch & Associates Signature Bank TD Bank FRIENDS Bank of America Anthony Biancaniello Howard Bluver Campbell Solberg Carver Federal Savings Bank Citi Jennifer & Scott Gold Jaspen Schlesinger LLP Merritt Environmental Ridgewood Savings Bank Roger & Taylor Appraisers Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP Carol & Mark Willis SILVER Astoria Bank Federal Home Loan Bank of NY Interaudi Bank Mizuho Americas NationStar Mortgage People’s United Bank BRONZE Amalgamated Bank Atlantic Business Products BankUnited BNY Mellon Delta National Bank & Trust Co. Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group Laurence and Sandra Gluck Charitable Foundation Morris Kornbluth M&T Bank Morgan Stanley Mutual of America New York Community Bancorp Newmark Knight Frank Sandler O’Neill & Partners NHS17-program.indd 1 10/23/17 3:59 PM 6:30 P.M. Registration, Cocktails & Light Dinner 8:15 P.M. Proceed to Program Coffee, Wine and Dessert Served Welcome • Mark Willis, Senior Policy Fellow, Furman Center & NHSNYC Advisory Board member The Launch of a New Vision • Susan M. Ifill, Chief Executive Officer, NYSNYC Surprise! The NHS Partnership Award Keynote Address • Jeffrey Bryson, Interim President & CEO, NeighborWorks America Wednesday October 25th Tribeca Rooftop (2 Desbrosses Street) C E L E B R A T I N G 3 5 Y E A R S PROGRAM The Francine C. Justa Award for Neighborhood Preservation • Presented to John R. Buran, President & CEO, Flushing Bank and NHSNYC Advisory Board member • Presented by Morris Kornbluth Meet the Neighbors • NHSNYC clients and loan officers tell their stories Did you Win? • Susan M. Ifill 9:00 P.M. Open Bar and Dessert Continues 9:30 P.M. Event Ends 35