Since 1857, the AIA has been the nation’s leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allies.
The Architectural League's mission is to nurture excellence in architecture, design, and urbanism, and to stimulate debate and provoke thinking about the critical design and building issues of our time.
The leading association for the construction industry, the AGC provides a full range of services to meet the needs and concerns of its membership toward improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest.
Founded in 1978, AREW is the real estate industry's longest-running and most consistent supporter of women real estate professionals.
Founded in 1907, BOMA represents owners and managers of U.S. commercial properties totaling nearly 10 billion square feet. Its mission is to advance the interests of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards, and information.
Through exhibitions, programs, and events, the Center for Architecture aims to improve the quality and sustainability of the built environment, foster exchange between design, construction, and real estate communities, and encourage collaborations across the city and globe.
The Design Trust is dedicated to bringing design innovation to New York City’s public spaces for a more dynamic, livable, and sustainable city.
Nontraditional Employment for Women prepares and places women in the construction, utility, and maintenance trades to help them gain economic independence and build a more stable, secure future.
NYCREW is the original New York chapter of CREW Network, a North American organization dedicated to advancing the success of women in commercial real estate through apprenticing, influence, and power.
RCA is a national organization of high-caliber contractors united to provide a solid foundation of ethics, quality and professionalism within the retail construction industry.
REBNY promotes public and industry policies to expand New York’s economy, encourage development of commercial and residential properties, facilitate property management, and enhance the city’s appeal to investors and residents.
With a membership of leading professionals, USGBC works to advance buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable, and healthy places to live and work.
The Capuchin Food Pantries has seven locations across New York City and Long Island to help feed over 3,000 families each week and remedy the problems that produce hunger.
The NIAF is an educational foundation that promotes Italian American culture and heritage, and serves as a resource for the Italian American community through educational and youth programs, scholarships, grants, heritage travel, and mentoring.
Rebuilding Together NYC is a nonprofit organization for safe and healthy housing that provides repairs and modifications to low-income homes and non-profit facilities.
Robin Hood focuses on finding, funding, and creating programs and schools that help generate meaningful results for families in New York's poor neighborhoods.
This network of programs for the poor provides services to feed, clothe, counsel, and alleviate hardship in a supportive and dignified manner.
Sunshine Foundation answers the dreams of ill, physically challenged, and abused children whose families cannot fulfill them due to the financial strain they are under.
This foundation promotes awareness and education of Celiac Disease, raising funds through charitable events to improve the lives of those affected by this autoimmune disorder.
Friends of Saint Dominic’s works to keep children safe from abuse, neglect and homelessness and enable productive lives for those with developmental, emotional and physical disabilities.