CUFFH mobilized faith-based organizations to successfully advocate for the construction of a record number of new affordable housing units. For over a decade, CUFFH has held developers and the city accountable…”
-Bill de Blasio, Mayor, City of New York
“Churches United For Fair Housing, Inc. will continue to serve our great city for years to come.”
-Letitia “Tish” James, Public Advocate, City of New York
“Your workshops and community development initiatives have helped many families find new homes. I join with many other New Yorkers in thanking CUFFH for bringing us together tonight, and please accept my best wishes for continued success.”
-Scott M. Stringer, Comptroller, City of New York
“I thank CUFFH for their continued partnership on our fight to make One Brooklyn a safe place for all to raise healthy children and families.“
-Eric L. Adams, Brooklyn Borough President
“CUFFH has grown into a vital resource center, especially for the faith-based community. It has been instrumental in assisting disenfranchised residents with limited income navigate through the minimum housing options available, attain needed social services while promoting education, healthcare and financial literacy and other services.”
-Nydia M. Velázquez,United States Representative, 7th Congressional District
“As a grassroots organization, CUFFH has been instrumental in mobilizing hundreds of community members and demonstrating to elected officials like myself, that our communities’ need for responsible development is urgent… As we face the overwhelming pressures of gentrification, displacement, and new developments in our backyards, organizations like Churches United For Fair Housing has become essential to the survival of working families in our community.
-Antonio Reynoso, Councilmember, 34th District
"Until CUFFH came on the scene, the opportunity for North Brooklyn people to find AFFORDABLE HOUSING was minimal. Now, with CUFFH offices throughout the city, many have obtained apartments and begun the process of liberation from the grasp of rapacious landlords."
-Father Robert Vitaglione, Mary of Nazareth Parish