AIA New York’s annual Day of Service is an opportunity for architects and their firms to bring ideas to life for nonprofit organizations around the city. Launched in 2018 when the AIA Conference on Architecture took place in New York City, the program offers a framework for groups of volunteers to help non-profit organizations with much-needed upgrades to their facilities or assistance with their mission. Each project is led by a different team of architects and supported by multiple partners and donors. Leading up to this special day each year are months of behind-the-scenes planning, design, and coordination on behalf of the many architecture firms and teams leading these projects. See the menu at left to get involved!
Day of Service 2020 is happening Saturday, June 6!
In the News: Kavitha Mathew, AIA, LEED AP, Director of Leadership and Engagement at AIA New York, will be honored with the Bea Arthur Award at the Ali Forney Center’s annual Fall gala, on October 25, 2019, for the 2019 Day of Service project with COOKFOX.