The Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter (NCS) is dedicated to providing housing and support that can transform lives. Together with its partners in the community, NCS's dedicated board, staff and volunteers demonstrate what neighbors can do to reduce, prevent and ultimately end homelessness.
THE NCS COMMUNITY: MAKING A DIFFERENCE
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NCS CELEBRATES ITS COMMUNITY PARTNERS!
SPRING GALA 2016
Our Theater Event was a smashing success!
This "sexy, murderous new musical," set in 1980s Manhattan in a distorted world of high finance, drugs, and easy sex, follows the double life of Patrick Bateman (Benjamin Walker, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson), an Armani-wearing Wall Street shark who moonlights as a serial killer.
Click here for more on the evening including photos.
NCS is delighted to announce that Stuart N. Siegel has been unanimously elected to the Board of Directors. Stuart, one of NCS's New Yorkers of Distinction at this past Spring's Gala, is President & CEO, Engel & Völkers New York Real Estate. Welcome Stuart!
NCS in The New York Times!
There's been an influx of articles in The New York Times about homelessness in NYC. Ann Shalof, NCS's new Executive Director, responds in a Letter to the Editor which was published on September 11, 2015. Click here to read her letter and click here for the article to which she responded.
Just a reminder that our administrative offices have relocated to 50 Broadway, Suite 1301, New York, NY 10004-1607. Same phone: 212-537-5100.
Gallery Night was a blast! Check out some photos from the event.
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Former NCS resident Marvin touches supporters with his success story at last year's Spring Benefit.
Nearly 25 percent of Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter's budget is made up of private donations.
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