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As a membership organization of 38 settlement houses and community centers in New York City, UNH promotes and strengthens the neighborhood-based, multi-service approach to improving the lives of New Yorkers in need. Our network of non-profit organizations serves over 500,000 residents each year, and we support this work through policy development, advocacy, and capacity-building programs and activities.
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This year, C4C played a major role in advocating for Mayor de Blasio’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten plan and continues to fight for salary parity among early childhood educators.Learn more
In 2014, advocacy by the Campaign for Summer Jobs successfully led to Mayor de Blasio including $17.5 million to create 10,000 more jobs for teens.Learn more
by Nora Moran, Policy Analyst, UNH During my first few months at UNH, I have learned that settlement houses do ...
Thursday, October 15, 2015Policy Analyst Nora Moran Settles In
2014 Annual Report
Looking back over the last year, tremendous progress has been made in raising the voices of New York's hard working families. Learn more about UNH and our recent accomplishments in the areas of success in education, capacity-building for the next generation of non-profit leaders, supporting age-friendly communities, and more.Download Now