We've Assisted 11,000+ Families
We have increased the number of tenants we've been able to help yearly.
Reaching 1,500+ community members in only the first half of 2021.
Recovered in Rent Refunds for Families
rent-Stabilized units (15 buildings) repaired in partnership with NYC Housing Preservation & Development Code Enforcement Programs: Proactive Preservation Initiative and Alternative Enforcement Programs.
apartments are preserved through repairs and upgrades.
families received rent reductions due to conditions in their apartments and public areas.
Preserving Affordable Housing
We succeeded in helping implement program changes to 157 City-owned properties. Family members living in Tenant Interim Lease (TIL) buildings now have the right to succession which was not granted since the programs inception.
We organized over 80 tenant associations including 6,448 apartments. 16 buildings were enrolled in HPD’s proactive preservation program and 5 buildings were enrolled in HPD’s alternative enforcement program.
COVID-19 Relief Project
P.A.’L.A.N.T.E. has worked tirelessly to provide our community with the proper resources to combat COVID-19. We are proud to say that we’ve distributed countless masks, face shields, hand sanitizer, and culturally competent fresh groceries to families in need.
masks and hand sanitizers distributed to 1,053 families
of our seniors received COVID19 vaccines
families affected by food insecurity received fresh groceries
air conditioners distributed to families
One-on-one legal sessions/legal clinics (1,101 families)
in rent refunds to tenants through court settlements
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