New York Times | February 08, 2024
She Fights for Migrants and the Homeless. Could That Destroy Her Dream?
Once the city’s second-most powerful politician, Christine Quinn is now a high-profile advocate on the divisive homelessness and migrant crises. That could threaten her chances with future voters.Read More
NY Daily News | December 24, 2018
Formerly homeless family gets new apartment just in time for Christmas
Bernarda Saavedra, Erik Martinez and their daughters, Yianni and Idlee, found themselves homeless after a nasty eviction landed them in a Queens Win shelter. They…
The New York Times | December 12, 2018
When Days Aren’t So Sunny: Sesame Street Takes on Homelessness
he New York Timesreported on the launch of Sesame Street’s new homelessness initiative. Lily, a character introduced seven years ago to address child hunger, has…
Sesame Street In Communities | December 06, 2018
Children from Win shelters are featured in Sesame Street’s “Home is…” videos.
NY Daily News | December 04, 2018
Exclusive: De Blasio to convert nearly 500 NYC ‘cluster site’ homeless apartments to affordable housing
With the exploding number of homeless still hovering at record levels, Mayor de Blasio will announce Tuesday a nearly-done deal to convert 468 shelter apartments…
MSNBC | November 20, 2018
Volunteers Deliver Thanksgiving Meals to Families in Need
Win CEO Christine Quinn talks with Stephanie Ruhle about working with Feeding NYC to ensure families in need have Thanksgiving dinners.
NY Daily News | November 19, 2018
Homeless NYC students and families find reasons to be thankful at holiday time
Chiffon Keys-McKoy is trying to keep her family’s holiday traditions alive, even if they’re no longer in their own home. For Keys-McKoy and her boys,…
Harlem World | November 14, 2018
Thanksgiving Meal Provided For Homeless Families At WIN Family Shelter In Harlem
Today, Wednesday, November 14th, 2018, WIN (formerly Women in Need) hosted a Thanksgiving meal for over 250 family residents in one of their Manhattan shelters….
WNYC | November 14, 2018
As Homeless Students Spread Across NYC, Support Is Stretched Thin
In the 19 years that Mary has lived in Astoria, Queens, she has seen luxury condos replace squat apartments at a steady pace. The gentrification…
WNYC | November 13, 2018
City’s Homeless Plan Isn’t Keeping Pace
The mayor set out a timeline for himself during that speech: he said 90 shelters would open over five years at a rate of around…
NYNMedia | November 01, 2018
NYC lawmakers join nonprofits in push for more housing for homeless
Homeless advocates rallied in front of New York City Hall on Oct. 31 in support of more resources for homeless people.