Annual Appeal

We hope you, your family and friends are well.

We are striving to change the direction of this challenging year into a more positive direction and to do that we need your help.

No matter what challenges we were dealing with this spring and summer, our tenant’s health and safety were most important. With a projected coronavirus surge we are ready, with your help and support, to keep fighting.

During these difficult times we ask you to work with us and continue to financially support us so we can overcome any new obstacles that come our way and keep our resident’s feeling safe and healthy in their home.

Your donation will support A-HOME, the safe-haven that is a home to many, in this year, and for many years to come.

With your support, we impact our community in a deeply meaningful way – what is more important than a home? I am asking you to please give what you can.




Strengthen northern Westchester neighborhoods by providing people safe and affordable places to live – the foundation of a stable life.


Serving low income seniors, adults with disabilities and single parent families, who because of age, disability or family status, cannot afford market rate rents.


A leader in developing, owning and managing supportive affordable permanent housing, with case management services, in northern Westchester.

Coronavirus Resources

New York State Government:

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Westchester County Department of Health:

Whitehouse Guidelines:

In northern Westchester A-HOME owns and manages affordable supportive housing.
We provide individuals with safe, secure homes with case management.

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Property Management



& Maintenance

A-HOME manages 17 affordable housing properties located in Pleasantville, Katonah, Thornwood, Chappaqua, Bedford Hills, Pound Ridge, Croton Falls, South Salem and Mt. Kisco, in Westchester County, NY. A-HOME staff is on-site at each location on a daily basis ensuring the highest quality of service.



  • Respect for privacy and confidentiality
  • Liaise with tenants
  • Collect references for potential residents
  • Collect rent
  • Monitor and enforce terms of lease agreements