|Our operations team is hard at work repairing flood damage, and in good spirits… but we still need your help to get Bailey-Holt House back in working order!|
As you know: our landmark HIV/AIDS residence in Greenwich Village, Bailey-Holt House, was badly flooded Monday night when the worst of Hurricane Sandy hit. The lower floors were under several feet of water. All of the residents have been evacuated, and some of our most medically fragile clients were taken to Mount Sinai Medical Center, to ensure that critical medical services like daily dialysis were not interrupted.
The building will remain evacuated until the repairs are completed and power is back on. All of our residents are well cared for and in good hands, but the building will need a lot of work before it is safe for them to return.
If you have not yet donated, we still need your help to repair the damage done by Hurricane Sandy. These repairs are expensive, and the need is not small — but every dollar counts.
We need your support, now more than ever, to repair damage that has been done to this Greenwich Village landmark. All donations will go directly to the Bailey-Holt House Emergency Fund to finance repairs.
We encourage you to share this link with your social networks — help spread the word!
Please donate now to the Emergency Fund. Help Bailey-Holt House recover from Hurricane Sandy. Help our clients return safely to their home. Every donation makes a difference. Your generosity in the wake of this disaster means the world to Bailey House, and we are profoundly grateful for any assistance you can offer.