PLEASE HELP ME –
- Buy a house
- Attend a First Time Homebuyer Informational Session in Kingston, NY
- Asista a un Taller Informativo para Compradores de Vivienda en Español
- Take an Online Homebuyer Orientation Course
- Attend a FREE Credit 101 Workshop
- Repair my home
- Find an affordable rental
- Pay a security deposit
- Pay my rent
- Register as a landlord
- File a fair housing complaint
May 28, 2019Scoping out the site at Bethel Woods Museum (l-r): Maru Gonzalez & Kevin O'Connor, RUPCO; Suzanne Anarde, Sue Felzke & Murat Unal, Rural LISC The nation’s top rural development »
May 13, 2019Lace Mill artist-resident Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) received an Individual Artist Commission from Arts Mid-Hudson last month. The $2,500 grant supports the development of her one-person show, "Que »
April 14, 2019We're back at Senate Garage on Thursday, June 13 from 5:30 pm to 8 pm. Get your tickets and sponsorships online here. Tickets cost $100 New this Year: Supporting Sponsor ticket $125 »
Healthcare is a Human Right provides free/low-cost alternative modalities from A to Z at its Kingston Clinic held at The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell Street, second Thursdays monthly from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. On-street parking along South Manor Avenue and Prospect Street. Walk-ins are welcome. For appointments or further information, contact Reenie Gordon at 845-481-3186.
Ready to buy your first home, but don’t know where to start? This in-person, hour-long First-time Homebuyer Informational Session outlines the RUPCO HomeOwnership Center’s Homebuyer Program and the path to homeownership.
Call 845-331-9860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register today! Walk-ins welcome!
The Kirkland, 2 Main Street, Kingston NY 12401
The Color of Law Panel Discussion
RUPCO hosted The Color of Law author Richard Rothstein and a panel discussion to peel back housing inequity, poverty, and segregation.
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.
Diana & Bobby H.
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.