Our Results

We are committed to achieving an ongoing,
organizational culture of excellence—programmatically, operationally
and fiscally—and to being the best nonprofit in New York. 


Education

96% of students met or exceeded age-level expectations before entering kindergarten                  

96% of students met or exceeded age-level expectations before entering kindergarten

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Housing Security & Stability

234 mentally ill, homeless women received safe shelter and comprehensive assistance to secure permanent housing

234 mentally ill, homeless women received safe shelter and comprehensive assistance to secure permanent housing


Legal Advocacy

3,669 low-income community members received free legal assistancE

3,669 low-income community members received free legal assistancE


Nutrition

400,000+ nutritious, locally-sourced, farm-to-table meals were prepared in-house

400,000+ nutritious, locally-sourced, farm-to-table meals were prepared in-house

100% of Early Childhood Center students ate three healthy meals each school day

100% of Early Childhood Center students ate three healthy meals each school day


Health & Physical Fitness

2,360 adults and children improved their health through our physical fitness programs

2,360 adults and children improved their health through our physical fitness programs

40% of senior center clients participated in at least one health & fitness activity

40% of senior center clients participated in at least one health & fitness activity

616 children learned to swim

616 children learned to swim


Community Engagement

29,423 volunteer hours were provided by 929 community members

29,423 volunteer hours were provided by 929 community members


Outcomes Matter

Every day, we work to measure our effectiveness and efficiency, to drive continuous improvement and to achieve the best possible results for our clients. Not only do we serve 400,000 healthy farm-to-institution meals every year, but our team is working to study the health benefits of our food for the thousands of clients of our two senior centers.  Our team of Masters-level social workers in our Early Childhood Center provides comprehensive supports to assist families with housing, food security, healthcare and employment.  To measure the effectiveness of our efforts, we are working with Professor Cybele Raver, Vice Provost for Research at New York University and a leading national expert, to create new tools to measure our families’ progress over the two years they spend with us. 

We work, on our own and in collaboration with academic experts, to measure not just the numbers but to measure our true results—one client at a time, one program at a time.  Using data analytics, qualitative evaluations and logic models, our Performance Management team examines our progress, recalibrates our efforts and gives our program leaders the information they need to manage more effectively so we can devise solutions that work in the real world and which meet the existing and emerging needs of our clients.


To learn more about Lenox Hill Neighborhood House’s results on behalf of 20,000 New Yorkers in need, please contact Laura Bligh, Director of Performance Management and Evaluation, at lbligh@lenoxhill.org.