We have been closely monitoring the developments of COVID-19 in our community. We are dedicated to providing care to our residents.
In December 2019, we cut the ribbon on 8 new Transitional Housing apartments on Lafayette Street and celebrated with the new tenants!
New recruits from the Schenectady Police Department served lunch at our Dining Center. It’s a great way to build positive relationships in our community.
Fatherhood is an important topic. We are passionate about equipping men with the skills they need to be caring and involved fathers in the lives of their children.
The Health Ambassadors, part of Empower Health, bring their unique history and backgrounds to equip others to lead healthier lives.
We were recently awarded the 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for demonstrating strong financial health and commitment to transparency for the fourth year in a row!
In the summer of 2019, we began construction of 8 new apartments to expand our Transitional Housing program to support our graduates.
Jerry Riggi, who used to own Riggi’s Pizza in Schenectady, now volunteers his time to teach our residents about making dough from scratch.
City Mission of Schenectady unveiled the new headquarters of its Schenectady Works program at 816 Union St. on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.
Sleeping outside is dangerous. Throughout this winter season, we have seen an increase in guests arriving at our shelters to escape from the cold.
At this year’s 111th anniversary banquet, we celebrated “The Power of One.” It was a wonderful time of as over 1,100 people joined us over the course of three nights.
People who were once homeless on the streets are now working and welcoming visitors to the city as part of the Downtown Ambassador program.
City Mission was named “Non-Profit of the Year” by the Albany Business Review. It was a year of great impact and we’re excited for the new partnerships and opportunities.