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New Yorkers for Responsible Lending


NYRL Coalition members

New Yorkers for Responsible Lending now has 161 member organizations. They are listed below, with links to their individual websites when available.* If you want to see your organization’s name on this list, request to join NYRL now!

  1. AARP
  2. Abyssinian Development Corporation
  3. ACCION New York
  4. Affordable Housing Partnership
  5. AFSCME New York
  6. Albany County Rural Housing Alliance
  7. Albany Housing Coalition
  8. Alternatives Federal Credit Union
  9. Anti-Discrimination Center
  10. Arbor Housing and Development
  11. Asian Americans for Equality
  12. Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development
  13. BEC New Communities HDFC
  14. Belmont Housing Resources for WNY
  15. Bethex Federal Credit Union
  16. Better Neighborhoods, Inc.
  17. Bridge Street Development Corp.
  18. Brooklyn Branch NAACP
  19. Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union
  20. Brooklyn-Wide Interagency Council of the Aging, Inc.
  21. Brooklyn Housing & Family Services, Inc.
  22. Buffalo Urban League
  23. Bushwick Housing Independence Project
  24. Business Outreach Center Network, Inc.
  25. CAMBA
  26. Capital District Community Loan Fund
  27. Catholic Charities, Brooklyn and Queens
  28. Central New York Citizens in Action
  29. CHANGER
  30. Chhaya Community Development Corporation
  31. Children's Defense Fund - New York
  32. Citizen Action of NY
  33. CNY Fair Housing
  34. Common Cause, New York
  35. Common Law, Inc.
  36. Community Action in Self-Help, Inc.
  37. Community Agency For Senior Citizens
  38. Community Development Corporation of Long Island
  39. Community Housing Innovations, Inc.
  40. Community Service Society of New York
  41. Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central New York
  42. Consumers Union
  43. Cooper Square Committee
  44. Cooperative Federal
  45. Creating Assets, Savings & Hope (CASH) Buffalo
  46. Credit Education Bureau
  47. Cultural Rennaissance for Economic Revitalization (CRER)
  48. Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
  49. District Council 1707, AFSCME
  50. District Council 37, AFSCME
  51. Demos
  52. Drum Major Institute
  53. East River Development Alliance
  54. Ellicott District Community Development, Inc.
  55. Empire Justice Center
  56. Enterprise Community Partners
  57. Erasmus Neighborhood Federation
  58. ESL Federal Credit Union
  59. Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc.
  60. Fifth Avenue Committee
  61. Fillmore-Leroy Area Residents Inc.
  62. The Financial Clinic
  63. Flatbush Development Corporation
  64. Genesee Co-op Federal Credit Union
  65. Good Old Lower East Side, Inc.
  66. Greater Rochester Community Reinvestment Coalition
  67. Group 14621 Community Association
  68. Grow Brooklyn
  69. Habitat for Humanity - New York City
  70. The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island
  71. Hempstead Hispanic Civic Association, Inc.
  72. Hispanic Senior Action Council
  73. Home Headquarters, Inc.
  74. The Housing Council
  75. Housing Court Answers
  76. Housing Help, Inc.
  77. Housing Resources of Columbia County
  78. Human Development Services of Westchester
  79. Inner City Public Interest Law Project
  80. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly
  81. JPAC for Older Adults
  82. Justice Action Center-Economic Justice Project, New York Law School
  83. Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo, Inc.
  84. Legal Aid Society
  85. Legal Aid Soceity of Northeastern New York
  86. The Legal Project
  87. Legal Services for the Elderly of Queens & LEAP
  88. Legal Services for the Elderly of Western New York
  89. Legal Services of Central New York, Inc
  90. Legal Services NYC
  91. Legal Services NYC - Bronx
  92. Long Island Housing Services Inc.
  93. Long Island Jobs with Justice
  94. Lower East Side People's Federal Credit Union
  95. Manhattan Legal Services
  96. Margert Community Corporation
  97. Marketview Heights Association
  98. Metro Justice of Rochester
  99. MFY Legal Services
  100. Midwood Development Corporation
  101. MinKwon Center for Community Action
  102. Mutual Housing Association of NY
  103. N.W. Queens Housing Corp.
  104. NAACP Legal Defense Fund
  105. Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Committee, Inc.
  106. National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions
  107. Neighborhood Preservation Coalition of New York State, Inc.
  108. Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners
  109. Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Inc.
  110. NeighborWorks Alliance of New York State
  111. NeighborWorks Rochester
  112. New Economy Project
  113. New York Appleseed
  114. New York City Financial Network Action Consortium (NYCfNAC)
  115. New York Legal Assistance Group
  116. New York Public Interest Research Group
  117. New York State Community Development Financial Institutions Coalition, Inc.
  118. New York StateWide Senior Action Council
  119. NHS of New York City
  120. NHS of Bedford-Stuyvesant
  121. Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation
  122. Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition
  123. Nuevo El Barrio para la Rehabilitacion de la Vivienda y la Economia (N.E.R.V.E.)
  124. Opportunities for Chenango
  125. Parodneck Foundation
  126. PathStone
  127. Pratt Area Community Council
  128. Pratt Center for Community Development
  129. Project Enterprise
  130. Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund
  131. PUSH Buffalo
  132. Queens Legal Services
  133. ReConnect Program, Correctional Association of New York
  134. Regional Center for Independent Living
  135. Renaissance Economic Development Corporation
  136. Rensselaer County Housing Resources
  137. Retail Action Project
  138. Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)
  139. Rochester District Community Ministries, The United Methodist Church
  140. Rural Law Center of NY, Inc.
  141. Sanctuary for Families
  142. Sojourner House
  143. South Brooklyn Legal Services
  144. St. John's University School of Law - Elder Law Clinic
  145. St. Lawrence County Housing Council, Inc.
  146. Staten Island Center for Independent Living
  147. Staten Island Interagency Council for Aging
  148. Staten Island Legal Services
  149. SUNY Buffalo Law School Consumer Financial Advocacy Clinic
  150. Syracuse United Neighbors
  151. Syracuse University Securities Arbitration and Consumer Law Clinic
  152. Teamsters Local 237
  153. Troy Rehabilitation and Improvement Program
  154. UAW Region 9A CAP Council
  155. University Neighborhood Housing Program
  156. Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
  157. Urban Justice Center
  158. Walmart Free NYC
  159. West Harlem Group Assistance
  160. Westchester Residential Opportunities
  161. Western New York Law Center

 

*NYRL Steering Committee members are in italics.



New Yorkers for Responsible Lending
c/o New Economy Project, 176 Grand Street, Suite 300, New York, NY 10013
Tel: (212) 680-5100 / Fax: (212) 680-5104
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New Economy Project | 176 Grand Street, Suite 300 | New York, NY | 10013 | Tel: (212) 680-5100 | Fax: (212) 680-5104