Advocacy

Jul
07

Real Facts: 34 Things You May Not Know About Landmark Place

Time for the "Real Facts." To counter "alternative facts" presented by some as "the truth," we're sharing 34 Real Facts you might not have known about RUPCO. These cover our nonprofit status, real »
Jul
06

Building Blocks of Change

I grew up privileged. I always had ample food, clothing, resources and quality education from prestigious grade schools as well as colleges. I never had to worry if my parents could afford an »
Jun
28

10 Reasons Why Landmark Place IS Right for Kingston

Below is our full comment provided to The Daily Freeman in response to Ward 1 Alderman Tony Davis' statement. We list here 10 solid reasons why senior supportive housing at Landmark Place makes sense »
May
18

Open Letter to the Community

In 2016, RUPCO celebrated its 35th anniversary as a not-for-profit, community development corporation. Led by a volunteer board of directors, our mission is to create homes, support people and »
May
03

Dorms and Domiciles

My relationship with home hasn't changed much in my twenty years of living. Born in what was once called St. Vincent’s Hospital (now Richmond Memorial Hospital), my parents raised »
Apr
26

“Those People” are People Like My Parents

After attending the public hearing on February 28, 2017 (held by Kingston City Planning Department on proposed rezoning in the area of 300 Flatbush Avenue), I feel compelled to voice my concern »
Apr
19

Gimme Roots

She opens the door to a Lace Mill gallery. She reminds me of every favorite Art and English teacher I’ve ever had. She’s an accomplished writer, poet and Mom. A part of Ulster County and its thriving »
Apr
19

WIMBY: Welcome in My Backyard

Two words I believe are very dangerous together, though benign alone: Us. Them. Uttered in singularity, neither word brings much to mind except perhaps a grade school spelling test or »
Mar
28

Give Housing a Voice – Call Our Governor Today

RUPCO is one of many New York State organizations ready to fulfill Governor Cuomo's call for 1200 new units of supportive housing. These apartments benefit the disabled, veterans, and our »
Mar
17

#BSM (Black Stories Matter)

#BlackStoriesMatter raises our social conscience about people, perspective, and life. Spearheaded by The TMI Project, we're honored to partner on this collaborative effort, pulling »

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