About:
Isaiah 58 is a volunteer-led ministry of mercy outreach to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Mission
To bring help and encouragement to people living with AIDS, their families, friends and caregivers within the New York City area; and to establish deep friendships and sense of trust with individuals we come in contact with as we minister to their needs.
Serving
Addiction Recovery
Chronically Ill
Communities in Need
Affiliate Since
2000

Our Partnership

Mobilizing Volunteers
Our volunteers lead worship services for residents of the Bailey-Holt House, which provides independent supportive housing for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Some residents have even joined the band!
Creativity From Our Volunteers
Our volunteers started an ice-cream social to get to know residents better outside of the weekend worship services, and have built long-lasting relationships with residents.
Why We Love This Affiliate
Isaiah 58 was one of the first three volunteer programs of Hope for New York, volunteers have been building relationships with residents of the Bailey Holt House for over 20 years!

On top of the worship service, the whole volunteer crew has become more active with recreational events, which has brought more love and spirit into our house!

Mambo, Resident

Mentions

Jan 01.12.2021

Our incredible virtual volunteers are still finding ways to connect with the isolated Isaiah 58 residents, who are immunocompromised because of HIV/AIDs. 

During the Christmas season, these volunteers sent origami poinsettias, gold foil cards, and inspirational magazines. Hear from the volunteers:

 

Alicia Root, who sent colorful origami over the summer, folded more holiday

Dec 12.21.2020

In addition to Stories of Hope from His Toy Store Reimagined events, here are more stories from our affiliates about how Christmas cheer is being shared in their communities!

 

Do For One

The Do For One community recently had their fifth annual "Tapestry of Light" celebration! Both members of their

Aug 08.25.2020

Our volunteers continue to connect with virtual opportunities like sending notes of love and encouragement to residents of Isaiah 58. Since June, more volunteers have continued showcasing their creativity by sending handmade letters and art to the immunocompromised residents. See the latest below!

 

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