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October 11, 2017Everyone has a “TMI” story (the ones they’ve kept a secret because of fear, shame, or embarrassment) that they’ve always wanted to share, but felt couldn’t or shouldn’t. Lace Mill resident-artists »
October 2, 2017The Lace Mill hosts The 99 Minute Way, a free seminar on basic investing literacy based in long-term investing strategy. The free seminar, scheduled for October 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. is open »
September 25, 2017October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and coincides with artwork focused on human rights, domestic violence, and world hunger. This is Lanette Hughes’s social activism movement in the form of »
August 31, 2017The Town of New Paltz has the opportunity to apply for $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant funding from the New York State Office of Housing and Community Renewal to assist a minimum of »
August 31, 2017Ever go to the Rosendale Theater to watch the latest film? In the booth, the projectionist is a humble man dedicated to his work. Anthony Cacchio, a Park Heights resident at RUPCO’s senior housing »
This orientation class is the first step to joining RUPCO’s Homeownership Program. The hour-long information session outlines the HomeOwnership Center’s programs and the path to homeownership. FREE. Please RSVP with Jess (845) 331-9860 ext. 220 or sign up online at http://rupco.org/homeownership-need-help-with-homeownership/workshops/
Lace Mill resident-artist Charlotte Tusch shares with Spectrum News how affordable housing as impacted her life as a senior; Joseph Czajka, Patter for Progress, expands on why that need is at crisis levels in the Hudson Valley.
Newburgh: Building Community One Home at a Time
RUPCO and partners Newburgh Community Land Bank, Safe Harbors of the Hudson, the City of Newburgh and NYS Homes & Community Renewal focus on the change at hand for the historic East End.
First Name Jogger,
Last Name John
Supportive housing is the solution for Jogger John, Woodstock Commons resident. View his life’s journey in this short-form documentary by Kayleigh Griffith and Claudia Canales.
Safe & Sound in Fallsburg
With the help of NeighborWorks America, RUPCO put its $128,500 to work. Watch this inspirational story.
RUPCO’s HOPWA program has given Steve S. a place to call home. Read Steve’s inspirational story.
RUPCO has allowed Avigayil to live comfortably, without compromise. Read Avigayil’s inspirational story.
RUPCO has opened many doors for Gabriel. Read Gabriel’s inspirational story.
Step by Step, RUPCO’s FSS program helps people build lives. Read Theresa’s inspirational story.