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In order to reduce looting and copper thievery in their neighborhoods, Beacon of Hope New York is implementing one of Beacon of Hope Resource Center – New Orleans’ best practices. They have printed stickers that their neighbors can place on … Continue reading
$700 Million in Katrina Relief Missing, Report Shows Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. A new inspector general’s report found that about $700 million awarded to help Hurricane Katrina victims fortify their homes from future floods is unaccounted for, … Continue reading
Beacon of Hope New York was on the local news talking about the signs they are posting that are warning thieves and squatters to stay out of homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy. View more videos at: http://nbcnewyork.com.
Beacon of Hope Resource Center was invited to participate in the Municipal Art Society of New York’s Charting the Road to Resilience: From the Ground Up Conference on Saturday, January 12, 2013. The program included a day-long conference, preceded by … Continue reading
While in New York in January facilitating a breakout session on resilient neighborhoods at a conference hosted by the Municipal Art Society of New York, Denise Thornton, Founder of the Beacon of Hope Resource Center, and Executive Director, Tina Marquardt, … Continue reading
The city once again has made the Conde Nast Traveler list of the Top 10 Cities in the United States, ranking No. 8. The magazine made note of the city’s absence, saying it had made the cut this year “for … Continue reading