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On Feb. 22nd, 2014 from 10am-5pm, ArtHome will participate in Sustaining Neighborhoods: Artists Move Beyond Gentrification alongside representatives from Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development, Inc., Artspace/PS109 and Actor's Fund-Affordable Housing Initiatives. Location: 143 E. 103rd Street, NY, NY
These Handbooks are designed to assist low- and moderate-income English, Spanish and Chinese speaking artists and independent workers gain greater access to first-time homeownership counseling services, work proactively to prevent foreclosure, and understand the steps and requirements in qualifying for a mortgage.
These Handbooks cover the New York City area and beyond. They may also be used by ANY low- and moderate-income individuals as resources for homeownership.
Women's Initiative for Self Employment is a not-for-profit agency that builds the entrepreneurial capacity of women to overcome economic and social barriers and achieve self-sufficiency. Since 1988, Women's Initiative has been assisting high-potential low-income women who dream of business ownership. Through an intensive 20 session program — in English or Spanish — women are enabled to start, or expand their business. Women's Initiative has proven that women create jobs for themselves and others, access the mainstream economy, and increase their economic self-sufficiency when they are given business planning and financing support.