Neighborhood Partners Program
HDC works with a constituency of over 500 neighborhood-based organizations to create an educated, active community of preservationists engaged in protecting and enhancing New York City’s irreplaceable built and cultural heritage.
Working through our Neighborhood Partners program, HDC engages in community building and development, offers educational programs and delivers technical resources, strategic assistance and direct advocacy support to aid local groups in their individual preservation campaigns.
HDC also provides a citywide context and understanding for local concerns, which is pivotal to the creation of a cohesive and engaged alliance of supporters and activists. This process also helps community groups learn from strategies and tactics that have proved successful elsewhere in the city that can be replicated in their own areas.
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- Alice Austen House Museum
- Decker Avenue Civic Association
- Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries of Staten Island
- Mud Lane Society for the Renaissance of Stapleton
- North Shore Waterfront Greenbelt
- Place Matters
- Preservation League of New York State
- Preservation League of Staten Island
- Preservation Volunteers
- Sandy Ground Historical Society
- Sea View Historic Foundation
- St. George Civic Association
- Staten Island Historical Society
- Staten Island Museum
- Tottenville Historical Society
- Van Duzer Street Civic Association
- West Brighton Community Local Development Corporation
- West Brighton Restoration Society
- Westerleigh Improvement Association